NADCP is the premier training, membership, and advocacy organization for the treatment court model, which now includes over 3,000 programs found in every state, four territories, and over twenty countries.
Since 1994, NADCP and its divisions—the National Drug Court Institute, National Center for DWI Courts, and Justice For Vets—have trained hundreds of thousands of professionals spanning the legal, clinical, psychosocial, and law enforcement fields.
NADCP regularly publishes cutting-edge, research-based materials—including the groundbreaking Adult Drug Court Best Practice Standards—and the association works tirelessly to improve the response of the American justice system to people with substance use and mental health disorders. Why? Because there is too much at stake.
NADCP is a 501c3 organization. This is why we do what we do: