A new report from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) shows impaired driving remains one of the single most serious threats to public safety, and underscores the need for more DWI courts. From 2014 to 2015, fatalities involving alcohol-impaired driving crashes increased 3.2% from 9,943 to 10,265. This amounts to 1 alcohol-impaired driving fatality […]Read more...
Welcome! We hope you like the new DWIcourts.org. We’ve been working hard to make this new site faster, cleaner, and most importantly, more user-friendly so that you can find everything you need to know about DWI courts. Whether you’re a concerned citizen, recovery advocate, community leader, elected official, or court practitioner, our new site will help […]Read More
We love California in December so much that we invited five teams to join us for our Foundational Training in Newport Beach. Teams from Delaware, Arkansas, Idaho, Vermont, and California were on hand to learn everything from targeting high risk/high need DWI clients to learning to work together as a team. We would like to thank […]Read More
Impaired driving remains one of the most dangerous threats to our communities. But DWI courts specialize in holding repeat impaired drivers accountable, while helping them address addiction and mental health issues through treatment and support. Ryan Jacobs recounts going from having nothing to getting his own apartment, keeping a full-time job, and getting engaged to […]Read More
Illinois’ Second District Veterans Treatment Court is saving lives every day, but they wanted to do more. Thanks to the support of the Foundation for Advancing Alcohol Responsibility, NCDC traveled to Chicago this week to provide training on the most effective ways to treat repeat DWI offenders in veterans treatment court. When a community comes together to […]Read More
We have learned nothing is ultimately effective without healthy human connection. In our first webinar you learned methods to support and learn continued growth and learning, gained better understanding of the key role treatment providers have on the team and with clients, and learned about the importance to staying with the research, even when it […]Read More