Topic: Phases and Court Requirements
The Stone County Drug Court program’s mission is to provide substance abuse treatment with frequent supervisory contact from the court, the treatment provider, and probation for adult drug offenders as an alternative to incarceration, with a goal of breaking the cycle of addiction, crime, and incarc…
This document serves as a handbook for new participants in the Kenosha County Drug and Alcohol Treatment Court program that provides information on the policies and procedures of the program.
This is a handbook that include information about the structure and function of Strafford County Misdemeanant Drug Court.
This application should be filled out by individuals who feel prepared to advance to phase 3 of the program.
This is the participants manual for Florida’s 16th Judicial Circuit Adult Diversion Drug Court program.
This is the policies and procedures for the Cibola County Adult Drug Court program.
Topics: Ancillary, Assessment, Case Management, Confidentiality, Criteria, Eligibility, Entry, Goals and Objectives, Mission, Mission Statements, Orientation, Participant, Participants, Phases, Phases and Court Requirements, Roles and Responsibilities, Rules, Sanctions and Incentives, Screening, Screening and Eligibility, Substance Abuse, Support Services, Team, Termination
This is the policies and procedures for the Stafford Drug Treatment Court program.
Topics: Confidentiality, Confidentiality and Ethics, County, Drug Testing, Eligibility, Eligibility Criteria, Entry, Fee, Goals, Goals and Objectives, Graduation, Incentives, Memorandum of Understanding, Phases, Phases and Court Requirements, Plan, Planning, Procedures, Process, Protocol, Sanction, Steering Committee, Supervision, Team, Team Roles and Responsibilities, Termination, Treatment
This manual is intended to answer participant inquiries, as well as provide critical information about components of the Family Drug Treatment Court program.
Topics: Agreement, Alternative, Assessment, Attendance, Circuit, Clients, Confidentiality, Consent, Contract, Defendant, Eligibility, Eligibility Criteria, Employment, Expectation, Family, Family Involvement and Assessment, Goals and Objectives, Graduation, Incentives, Objectives, Phases, Phases and Court Requirements, Recovery, Treatment