On September 26th, the Faulkner County DWI Court team celebrated the graduation of several of its participants. While a participant’s graduation is only possible due to the tremendous work of the participant struggling with addiction, the DWI Court team is absolutely critical in helping each participant achieve his or her Strength of a Multidisciplinary TeamRead more...
Three Faulkner County residents graduated from Judge Susan Weaver’s sobriety court program. NCDC Project Director Cliff Jacobs has done extensive work with this program and participated in the celebration.Read More
The National Center for DWI Courts held the first stop of the national Reform & Responsibility Tour last week in Louisville, Kentucky. Sponsored by the Foundation for Advancing Alcohol Responsibility, the event brought together state leadership and national experts to showcase collaborative partnerships, cutting-edge research, and the best evidence-based technology The NCDC Reform & Responsibility Tour Makes First Stop in Louisville, KentuckyRead More
NCDC Director Jim Eberspacher authored an article in the Courier-Journal discussing the growing epidemic of impaired driving and steps to do more. Click here to read the article from the Courier-Journal.Read More
The Minneapolis Star Tribune showcases how Judge Shaun Floerke uses empathy to guide his decision making in his DWI court. Judge Floerke presides over the South St. Louise County DWI Court which is also one of NCDC four Academy Courts. Click here to read the article from the Star Tribune.Read More
We had an amazing 4 day training in Duluth, MN where we training four teams from Washington State, North Dakota, Minnesota, and Wisconsin. Every morning started with a bus ride to the College of St. Scholastica where they graciously hosted us to learn about targeting the right clients and ensuring Foundational Training heads to the Zenith CityRead More