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
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
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
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!
Nominations are now open for the next class of the National Association of Drug Court Professionals Board of Directors. Board members are elected by the NADCP membership and serve for six years; the upcoming term begins summer 2019 and runs through 2025. The current board’s Nominations, Orientation & Awards Committee is recruiting individuals with specific experience. Preference… Continue Reading NADCP Board Nominations Now Being Accepted
Last week, we achieved a historic $165 million to help fund treatment courts for fiscal year 2018 (which ends September 30). Next week, Congress will begin to work on fiscal year 2019 funding (which begins October 1). We must ensure this historic level of federal funding continues, and your senators play a critical role. We’ve made… Continue Reading ACTION ALERT: Contact Your Senators Today