National Drug Court Month is our chance to celebrate the lifesaving work you do, engage our stakeholders and inspire our communities. And this year is extra special: it’s the 30th anniversary of treatment courts! We’ve completely redesigned our National Drug Court Month Toolkit to help make your voices heard. It offers proven strategies for reaching… Continue Reading May Is National Drug Court Month: Celebrating 30 Years of Treatment Courts!
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
American University, in partnership with the Bureau of Justice Assistance, is hosting a webinar on successful applications for the Adult Drug Court Discretionary Grant Program. Hosted by BJA Policy Adviser Gregory Torain, the webinar will review the 2019 grant solicitation, provide an explanation of grant regulations and answer specific questions from participants. The webinar begins… Continue Reading Webinar for BJA Funding Applicants
Click here to apply for funding! Applications due April 16, 2019 The Bureau of Justice Assistance released grant solicitations for the fiscal year 2019 Adult Drug Court Discretionary Grant Program. Treatment court models eligible for funding include: adult drug courts, veterans treatment courts, DWI courts, tribal healing to wellness courts and co-occurring courts. The grant program provides… Continue Reading BJA Opens FY 2019 Grant Solicitations
NADCP’s Adult Drug Court Best Practice Standards translate decades of research into clear, practical standards for drug courts to meet. These practices inform our training and technical assistance efforts and have served as a beacon to guide new and long-established programs alike in fidelity to the drug court model. NADCP has made minor revisions in… Continue Reading Changes to NADCP’s Adult Drug Court Best Practice Standards
Applications are now being accepted to visit one of nine NDCI mentor adult drug courts. NDCI’s mentor courts serve as model programs for individuals and court teams interested in starting an adult drug court or for established courts interested in learning innovative practices. The mentor court program is made possible through collaboration with the Bureau… Continue Reading Visit a Mentor Court
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!
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
Get Ready: December is Impaired Driving Prevention Month In 2017, we lost 10,874 Americans to alcohol-impaired-driving. These were our friends, family members, neighbors and coworkers, and their deaths were completely preventable. At the National Center for DWI Courts, we won’t rest until that number is zero. We know that DWI courts work because they focus… Continue Reading Impaired Driving Prevention Month
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