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
RISE21 Moved to August 15-18, 2021 RISE21, the world’s preeminent conference on addiction, mental health, and justice reform, will now be held from August 15-18, 2021 at the Gaylord National Resort & Convention Center in National Harbor, Maryland. “For thousands in the treatment court field, RISE is an important annual opportunity to attend cutting-edge sessions… Continue Reading RISE21 Date Change!
U.S. Department of Justice Announces FY 2021 Funding For Treatment Courts NADCP is pleased to announce U.S. Department of Justice grant solicitations to support adult drug courts, juvenile drug treatment courts, tribal healing to wellness courts, DWI courts, and veterans treatment courts have been released. Bureau of Justice Assistance Adult Drug Court and Veterans Treatment… Continue Reading BJA and OJJDP grant solicitations now open
The Honorable Ruben Reyes 1964-2020 The Honorable Ruben Reyes, beloved former NADCP board chair and longtime treatment court judge and champion, passed away on Saturday, December 12, 2020 following complications related to Covid-19. This tragic loss is being mourned across the nation, from Lubbock, Texas, where Judge Reyes served as state district judge and presided over adult… Continue Reading Remembering The Honorable Ruben Reyes
New Toolkit: National Impaired Driving Prevention Month Raise awareness for impaired driving prevention and your program in December Download now December is Impaired Driving Prevention Month and a critical time for your DWI court to engage and educate your community. Awareness is key to reducing the impaired driving epidemic, and your treatment court can help.… Continue Reading New Toolkit: National Impaired Driving Prevention Month
Webinar: Military Leadership Principles in Veterans Treatment Courts Join the webinar: Nov. 23 | 2:00 p.m. ET Register Now NADCP’s Justice For Vets is presenting a webinar on applying the principles of military leadership to veterans treatment court programs. Led by retired U.S. Army Major General Clyde “Butch” Tate, this webinar addresses the core principles… Continue Reading Webinar: Military Leadership Principles in Veterans Treatment Courts
Justice For Vets Launches Veterans Treatment Court Academy Schedule one-on-one virtual office hours with veterans treatment court experts Make your appointment Veterans Treatment Court Academy is now open! This new resource from NADCP’s Justice For Vets offers interactive learning tools from seasoned experts on topics critical to treating and caring for veterans in treatment court settings.… Continue Reading Justice For Vets Launches Veterans Treatment Court Academy
Apply Now to Help Build Recovery Capital in Juvenile Drug Treatment Courts Application deadline: Friday, November 20 Apply now NADCP is thrilled to announce an exciting new project to help participants and families in juvenile drug treatment courts (JDTCs) build recovery capital. The Adolescent Recovery Oriented Systems of Care (AROSC) Project is a multi-year endeavor… Continue Reading Apply Now to Help Build Recovery Capital in Juvenile Drug Treatment Courts
Celebrate Veterans Day in Your Treatment Court Justice For Vets Veterans Day 2020 toolkit – available for download now Download the toolkit Veterans Day is an opportunity for treatment courts to pause and recognize the service of members of the U.S. armed forces, past and present. NADCP’s Justice For Vets assembled a toolkit full of… Continue Reading Celebrate Veterans Day in Your Treatment Court