Report: Treatment Courts and COVID-19 Adapting Operations
NADCP partnered with NPC Research and the Bureau of Justice Assistance to research how treatment courts adapted to the COVID-19 pandemic. The findings are assembled in this report detailing the innovative ways programs overcame restrictions to keep participants engaged and healthy.
The detailed report focuses on successes and challenges related to:
- Communicating and monitoring participant progress
- Conducting treatment court sessions and staffing activities
- Responding to participant behavior
- Engaging participants in treatment and recovery services
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