So, You Want to be a Mentor Court?
Join an informational webinar Tuesday, April 6 | 2:00 p.m. ET
NADCP is seeking exemplary treatment court programs to join its national network of mentor courts. If you think your program exhibits the best qualities of the treatment court model, learn more about becoming a mentor court!
Join NDCI Director Vanessa Price and current mentor courts for a webinar April 6 at 2:00 p.m. ET on how your program can become a mentor court. The webinar will also provide more details on the benefits and requirements of becoming a mentor court.
More About NADCP Mentor Courts
NADCP mentor courts are exemplary adult drug courts, tribal healing to wellness courts, co-occurring disorder courts and veteran treatment courts that serve as national models for three-year terms. These top-tier programs play a significant role in NADCP’s training, technical assistance, and research efforts.
As a mentor court, your program will:
- Host team members from other jurisdictions for both in-person and web-based visits
- Participate in research and media opportunities
- Serve as national model
- Provide peer-to-peer learning opportunities
- Receive fee wavers and travel costs for two program representatives to attend RISE for each of the three years.
The NDCI Mentor Court Program is supported by the Bureau of Justice Assistance, Office of Justice Programs, U.S. Department of Justice.