The SAMSHA / GAINS Center has selected Athens-Clarke County as one of 8 communities to receive the How Being Trauma-Informed Improves Criminal Justice System Responses 2017 Train-the-Trainer program. The Athens DUI Court was part of the 12 agency collaborative that sought this grant award in order to bring this training to all team members. The […]Read more...
Sustainability is Guiding Principle #10 and a big issue all DWI court programs face, especially if their primary funding is grants. This is a great article from the Billings Gazette celebrating the graduation of 4 participants along with discussing sustainability issues. Click here to read the article from the Gazette.Read More
The Council of Accountability Court Judges of Georgia enlisted the services of NCDC to bring together 15 DWI court teams in Peachtree City, Georgia over two days. The training focused on best practices in DWI courts, medication-assisted treatment, urine dilution issues during drug and alcohol testing, and using motivational interviewing in the court program.Read More
We love Georgia so much, we couldn’t leave before doing the NCDC Foundational Training with five DWI court teams. The Athens-Clarke County DUI Court hosted this training, and we’d like to thank them for all their contributions that made this week a success.Read More
You know the NADCP 10 Key Components. You know Adult Drug Court Best Practice Standards. Now let us share with you how to integrate best practice with compassionate healing, while reducing recidivism. Nothing is ultimately effective without healthy human connection. We will share with you, an integrated understanding of addiction, recovery, alliance and best […]Read More
Hennepin County DWI Court hosted four court teams this week for the NCDC Foundational Training in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Hennepin County is in their third year as a DWI Academy Court, and we’re appreciative of all their contributions training new teams.Read More