Shane Wolf

Houston’s roads could be less deadly – here’s how

By Shane Wolf / December 30, 2019

“Expand DWI courts to all nine counties. A line on a map shouldn’t determine who receives accountability and treatment and who doesn’t. Not only is this unequal justice, but it’s a disservice to the public, whose lives are once again in danger as soon as repeat impaired drivers are released from jail or prison without…

Kent Municipal DUI Court to recognize first graduate

By Shane Wolf / August 27, 2019

The Kent Municipal DUI Court is about to graduate its first participant. This is great news seeing a team attend our Foundational Training in 2017, overcome the challenges of starting a treatment court, and celebrating their first graduate. Congratulations Kent! Click here to read the article from the Kent Reporter.

Regional DUI court celebrates 20th anniversary

By Shane Wolf / July 11, 2019

In May 1999, the Fredericksburg General District Court held the first DUI court in Virginia. Twenty years later, that first DUI court has grown to include the counties of Stafford, Spotsylvania and King George and has helped 4,400 participants work to reduce their dependency on alcohol and keep the area’s roads safer. Click Here to…

From DUI Court to Boston Marathon, Franklin resident makes life-changing strides

By Shane Wolf / April 7, 2019

We love reading success stories like Ninette’s on her road to recovery. Ninette’s journey to recovery included her involvement with the Franklin, TN DUI court. “Never in my wildest imagination or wishful thinking could I have envisioned my life to be as good as it is today,” said Menna, a massage therapist with her own…

Students in recovery coming into their own at Serenite restaurant

By Shane Wolf / March 22, 2019

This is a great example of building recovery into your community. The Sérénité Restaurant opened a recovery center that has a culinary training component which only hires people in recovery. The downstairs is a French restaurant and the upstairs provides space for recovery support meetings and pro-social activities. Click here to read the article by…

Categories