Presented by Andrew Osborne (NDRI), this presentation focuses on bio/medical and psychological issues typically associated the young adult population in drug court, including hepatitis and HIV. Mr. Osborne discusses juvenile strategies that may be applied to the young adult population for interventi… Continue Reading Bio-Psycho Service Needs: Strategies to Engage and Retain Young Adults in Drug Court Programs
Perform community service (5 hours per week). PHASE III REQUIREMENTS. After successfully completing Phase II, the participant will transition to Phase III, which is approximately three to six months long.
This is an evaluation of the 17th Judicial District Union/Snyder County Drug Treatment Court’s first year using a series of qualitative and quantitative methods.
Nebraska Drug and DUI courts, the Nebraska Administrative Office of the Courts/Probation, and the National Center for State Courts’s proposed standards for Nebraska Adult Drug and DUI Court.
This document contains a compilation of court decisions in relation to drug court in a variety of states across the county.
Topics: Adult Technical Assistance Project, Advocacy, Case Law Summary, Caselaw, Cultural Issues, Defense Function, Drug Court Program Operations, Ethic Issues, Ethics, Federal Decisions, Federal Drug Courts, Judicial Function, Law Review, Manuals And Forms, Performance Standards, Public Information, Special Populations, State Decisions, Technical Assistance Reports, Tribal (Wellness Courts), Tribal Decisions
A Phase advancement application from Phase I to Phase II of the Treatment Program.
Topics: Addiction, Adult Technical Assistance Project, Agreement, Brochures, Case Management, Contracts For Treatment Services, Court Rules, Drug Court Program Operations, Education, Eligibility Criteria, Evaluation, Manuals And Forms, Participants, Performance Standards, Program Descriptions, Relapse, Screening, Training, Treatment Plans, Treatment Program Phases, Treatment Services, Us States