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2020 Discretionary Grant Program Solicitations

By NADCP Editor / February 24, 2020

BJA Opens FY 2020 Adult Drug Court and Veterans Treatment Court Discretionary Grant Program Solicitation Applications are due May 14, 2020 The Bureau of Justice Assistance today released the grant solicitations for the fiscal year 2020 Adult Drug Court and Veterans Treatment Court Discretionary Grant Program. The grant program provides financial and technical assistance to… Continue Reading 2020 Discretionary Grant Program Solicitations

MAT in Treatment Courts: Free Webinar featuring Dr. Doug Marlowe, Steve Hanson, Judge Shaun Floerke

By Greg Loeffler / January 30, 2020

MAT in Treatment Courts: Free Webinar Featuring Dr. Doug Marlowe, Steve Hanson, Judge Shaun Floerke Monday, February 24 | 12:30 p.m. Eastern Don’t miss a vital discussion on medication in addiction treatment (MAT) with some of the top experts in the treatment court field. In this free webinar from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health… Continue Reading MAT in Treatment Courts: Free Webinar featuring Dr. Doug Marlowe, Steve Hanson, Judge Shaun Floerke

Conference Registration — What You Need to Know

By Greg Loeffler / January 24, 2020
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Registration for RISE20 Opens Soon! What You Need to Know Before Registering Registration and housing blocks open soon for RISE20, NADCP’s annual training conference! Be ready for the big day by ensuring you have everything you need. Watch your email for links to registration and housing when they open. In the meantime, visit RISE20.org for the… Continue Reading Conference Registration — What You Need to Know

Expand Treatment Capacity with SAMHSA Funds

By Greg Loeffler / January 3, 2020
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Expand Treatment Capacity with SAMHSA Funds Applications due February 4, 2020 Looking to expand substance use treatment capacity in your adult drug court, family treatment court, or tribal healing to wellness court? Applications for substance use treatment expansion grants from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) are now open! SAMHSA will award… Continue Reading Expand Treatment Capacity with SAMHSA Funds

Trauma Awareness: Critical Information for Veterans Treatment Courts

By NADCP Editor / November 20, 2019

NADCP’s Justice For Vets and PsychArmorⓇ Institute have launched a new free online education series on trauma for all veterans treatment court team members. The series continues Justice For Vets’ partnership with PsychArmorⓇ Institute, a non-profit organization committed to educating a nation by providing free, online education courses and critical resources to ensure military service… Continue Reading Trauma Awareness: Critical Information for Veterans Treatment Courts

Treatment Provider Training

By NADCP Editor / November 20, 2019

NADCP’s National Drug Court Institute in partnership with the American Society of Addiction Medicine and with support from the Office of National Drug Control Policy, is bringing world-class training to substance use disorder treatment professionals working with clients involved in the justice system. NDCI is offering 12 one-day training events and 8 two-day training events… Continue Reading Treatment Provider Training

Drug Court U

By NADCP Editor / November 20, 2019

NADCP’s National Drug Court Institute is taking you back to school with a new resource for all federal grantees. Receive one-on-one support from faculty and access resources on the burning questions you need answered. Welcome to Drug Court U. Drug Court U is a service specifically designed for treatment court professionals to get answers straight… Continue Reading Drug Court U

Impaired Driving Month Toolkit

By NADCP Editor / November 20, 2019

For the second year in a row, alcohol-impaired–driving fatalities have dropped. In 2017, they dropped 1.1%, and in 2018, they dropped another 3.6%, to 10,511. These falling numbers are encouraging, and we know that DWI courts are helping ensure this downward trend continues. But the truth is impaired driving remains one of the single most… Continue Reading Impaired Driving Month Toolkit

BJA Launches Opioid Resource Center

By Greg Loeffler / May 30, 2019

BJA Launches Opioid Resource Center America’s opioid crisis continues to place a heavy burden on justice systems throughout the country, including treatment courts. To help communities, the U.S. Department of Justice, through the Bureau of Justice Assistance, launched the Comprehensive Opioid Abuse Program Resource Center. The online library contains resources for state, tribal and local governments… Continue Reading BJA Launches Opioid Resource Center

All Rise Spring Issue Now Available

By Greg Loeffler / May 13, 2019

All Rise Spring Issue Now Available It’s here! The latest edition of All Rise is chock full of incredible new content, including a sneak peek at RISE19; a dynamic timeline of treatment courts’ 30-year history; interviews with Missouri’s newly elected St. Louis County Prosecutor Wesley Bell and Texas’ Dallas County Chief Public Defender Lynn Richardson; a look… Continue Reading All Rise Spring Issue Now Available