Webinar: Addressing Sleep Hygiene in Justice-Involved Veterans Tuesday, March 23 | 2:00 p.m. ET NADCP’s Justice For Vets invites you to join “Insomnia: The Most Important and Least Addressed Symptom in Mental Health Treatment and How to Improve It through Sleep Hygiene” – a 75-minute webinar on addressing an often overlooked symptom in mental health treatment… Continue Reading Webinar: Sleep Hygiene and Addressing Insomnia
New Issue of All Rise Magazine Available NADCP is pleased to announce that All Rise Winter/Spring 2021 is now available for your reading pleasure! This edition celebrates and supports your success from cover to cover. Highlights include: Preview of RISE21, August 15-18 in National Harbor, Maryland Why equity and inclusion matter in treatment court programs… Continue Reading New Issue of All Rise Magazine Available
Virtual Training for Treatment Providers – Registration Now Open Trainings are free and include up to 13 CEUs NADCP’s National Drug Court Institute is bringing world-class training to substance use treatment professionals working with clients involved in the justice system. These training programs, presented in partnership with the American Society of Addiction Medicine, are offered… Continue Reading Virtual Training for Treatment Providers – Registration Now Open!
Your Library of Justice Innovations and Research The ARK makes proven and promising programs accessible to your community NADCP, in partnership with the Office of National Drug Control Policy, Executive Office of the President, is proud to share the redesigned Annals of Research and Knowledge (ARK)! The ARK is a searchable online database of evidence-based… Continue Reading A Catalog of Justice Innovations
Equity and Inclusion Training For Your Treatment Court Team Registration is open now for virtual Equity and Inclusion Training developed by NADCP in partnership with the Office of National Drug Control Policy, Executive Office of the President. This training, based on NADCP’s Adult Drug Court Best Practice Standard II, is designed for jurisdictions interested in… Continue Reading Equity and Inclusion Training for Treatment Courts
Webinar: Mitigating Trauma in the Courthouse by Understanding Changes to the Brain Thursday, March 11 | 2:00 p.m. ET NADCP’s Drug Court U invites you to join a free, 90-minute webinar on the science behind substance use and trauma in the brain. Treatment court judge and neuropharmacology expert Judge Kim McGinnis takes viewers through the science of… Continue Reading Webinar: Mitigating Trauma By Understanding The Brain
RISE21 Registration and Housing Open The world’s preeminent conference on addiction, mental health, and justice reform will be held August 15-18, 2021 just outside Washington, D.C. at the Gaylord National Resort & Convention Center in National Harbor, Maryland. Learn how to register for the conference and secure your housing here
Update: BJA Extends Grant Solicitation Deadline Reminder: webinar February 2, 1:30 p.m. ET Learn more and apply U.S. Department of Justice Bureau of Justice Assistance annouced deadline changes to its Adult Drug Court and Veterans Treatment Court Discretionary Grant Program. Applicants are required to complete a new two-step submission process: March 31, 2021: The SF-242 and… Continue Reading Update: BJA Extends Solicitation Deadline
Want to Reduce Impaired Driving in Your Community? Apply for foundational training by April 1 Apply now DWI courts are a vital, strategic way to prioritize public health while increasing public safety in our communities. Is your program following the evidence, doing all it can to help participants achieve recovery and keep repeat impaired drivers… Continue Reading Want to Reduce Impaired Driving in Your Community?
Journal For Advancing Justice Vol. III Now Available Emerging Best Practices in Law Enforcement Deflection and Community Supervision Programs Download Now For those of us who work in treatment courts and the larger justice system, we know the crucial roles played by both law enforcement and community corrections professionals. What we know less about, however,… Continue Reading Journal For Advancing Justice Vol. III Now Available