Updates

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

Now Accepting Submissions to the Journal for Advancing Justice Vol. III

By Greg Loeffler / January 23, 2020
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Now Accepting Submissions for the Journal for Advancing Justice Vol. III Deadline: Friday, April 24, 2020 NADCP is thrilled to announce that this year, two special issues will be produced under Volume III of the groundbreaking Journal for Advancing Justice. Supported by a grant from the White House Office of National Drug Control Policy, these special issues… Continue Reading Now Accepting Submissions to the Journal for Advancing Justice Vol. III

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

Wrapping a Historic 2019

By NADCP Editor / December 23, 2019

As 2019 wraps up, NADCP is looking back with much to celebrate! Year after year, your tireless efforts in the field ensure treatment courts are saving lives, reuniting families, and leading justice reform. Your success and continued support for NADCP has led us to new heights. Thank you! Here are some highlights from 2019: From… Continue Reading Wrapping a Historic 2019

Remembering Ken Arnold

By Greg Loeffler / March 5, 2019

With sadness, NADCP reports the passing of a fixture in the treatment court field. For nearly 20 years, Ken Arnold served NADCP and the treatment court field first as NDCI training faculty later as a full-time NADCP project director. Over his career, Ken shared his expertise in counseling and substance use treatment with thousands across… Continue Reading Remembering Ken Arnold

A Historic Year for NADCP and Treatment Courts!

By NADCP Editor / December 21, 2018

As 2018 comes to a close, there’s so much to celebrate! Thanks to your tireless efforts, treatment courts continue to be the bedrock of justice system innovation, with countless lives restored, families reunited and communities made safer. Here are some highlights: NADCP’s divisions were again hard at work delivering unparalleled training, technical assistance and other… Continue Reading A Historic Year for NADCP and Treatment Courts!

New Issue of All Rise Released

By NADCP Editor / December 10, 2018

NADCP is thrilled to announce the latest issue of our magazine All Rise, now available for your reading pleasure. This issue once again features our new dynamic digital layout, with content specifically curated for you. This issue of All Rise features an cover story on important findings from our new Journal for Advancing Justice on how treatment… Continue Reading New Issue of All Rise Released

Thank you for your service

By Chris Deutsch / November 11, 2018

Today, our nation pauses to recognize the courageous men and women who have served in the United States Armed Forces on our behalf. Veterans Day honors all who have served, in every era and every role, from keeping the peace to wartime.  On behalf of our staff, board of directors, faculty and all of the… Continue Reading Thank you for your service

Recovery Month 2018

By Chris Deutsch / September 4, 2018

Every September, the National Association of Drug Court Professionals (NADCP) partners with the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) to celebrate National Recovery Month. The goals of Recovery Month are to increase awareness and understanding of mental health and substance use issues, as well as to celebrate the more than 23 million Americans… Continue Reading Recovery Month 2018

Recovery Month Submission

By Chris Deutsch / September 4, 2018

  Show us what you are up to! All month long, we’ll be celebrating the lives and families saved by recovery through treatment courts. How will you celebrate Recovery Month? Is your treatment court planning any special events this month? Send us your photos and tell us what you are up to!