Grounded in more than 30 years of research, NADCP's best practice standards are the blueprint to create the most effective treatment court programs. Published by NADCP, these scientifically rigorous standards provide practitioners with the evidence-based elements needed to create desired outcomes in their treatment court. While standards are currently only available for adult drug courts and family treatment courts, they have application for all programs.
The Essential Elements of Treatment Court modules provide foundational training for new and existing treatment court team members.
Developed with funding from the White House Office of National Drug Control Policy and in collaboration with American Academy of Addiction Psychiatry, this curriculum educates treatment court professionals on medication-assisted treatment (MAT) for substance use disorders with a primary focus on opioid use disorders.
This course provides a foundational understanding of the role and responsibilities of the mentor coordinator position. This position is vital to the success of the mentoring component as well as the overall veterans treatment court program.
This course offers a deep dive into trauma specific to veterans and provides veterans treatment court personnel with insight into identifying and treating trauma.
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