The Court Reporter

NCDC Heads to the Border

By ncdcorg | October 18, 2018

NCDC conducted a Foundational Training in El Paso, TX with teams attending from Oregon, Nevada, Wisconsin, Oklahoma, and Delaware. The teams were different stages of development from just starting to being operational for many years but with new team members. Overall, it was a knowledge filled four days of training with an observation of the…

Treatment-Focused DUI Model Expands at Windsor County Court

By ncdcorg | October 18, 2018

We are excited to see the steps Windsor County DUI court is taking to address drug impaired driving. We have worked with this program over the years and happy they received a $1.9 million, five-year grant from SAMHSA to expand their program. Click here to read the article from VNews

Otter Tail County DUI Court Chosen to Attend Selective National Training

By ncdcorg | October 18, 2018

We enjoy seeing court programs use the information given at training on sustainability and then apply it at home. The Otter Tail DUI court kept their momentum going marketing their program to the community. It is important to share the good news about these programs. Click here to read the article from Perham Focus

Training in the Land of 10,000 Lakes

By ncdcorg | October 18, 2018

We spent an amazing week in Duluth, MN training three teams from Minnesota for the Foundational Training. We spent time evaluating how the programs follow the research and the DWI court model. The training was filled with good conversations and a little fun. Thank you to the South St. Louis DWI Court and Judge Shaun…

What Does Responsibility Mean to You?

By ncdcorg | October 18, 2018

The NCDC team participated in the “Share Your Story” boards at the 2018 GHSA Annual Meeting in Atlanta. Our partner, Responsibility.org, sponsored this event inviting attendees to share was responsibility means to them.

DWI Courts Receive International Recognition

By ncdcorg | October 17, 2018

The latest annual report from the International Alliance for Responsible Drinking (IARD) acknowledges DWI courts as a key strategy in alcohol producers’ commitment to reduce drinking and driving. It notes: “Approximately 2 million drivers in the USA have three or more convictions for driving while impaired (DWI). Beam Suntory supports the National Center for DWI…

Pay for Success

By Shane Wolf | August 24, 2018

Pay for Success: New Funding Strategy for Your Program Pay for success (PFS) is an innovative funding model that connects private investors with local governments to support social programs. If the program achieves agreed-upon outcomes, the government repays the investor. If not, the investor takes the loss. By reducing the government’s financial risk, PFS encourages…

DWI Court delivering recovery, big bang for buck

By Shane Wolf | August 23, 2018

Great things are happening in New Mexico and one of them is the impact the Albuquerque DWI Recovery Court is having on the community. Besides saving money and greatly reducing the number of graduates that re-offend, the focus is on the participant and helping them live a life in recovery. Click here to read the…

DWI court alumni doing amazing things

By Shane Wolf | August 22, 2018

Patricia Sams, a DWI court graduate from Missouri, was part of this year’s Parade of Transformation. She also told her story on all four stops of NCDC’s Reform & Responsibility Tour in 2017. She’s the founder of a community-based recovery support program called PEEPs in Recovery that’s continually expanding to serve more people in need.…

NCDC Heads to the Circus City

By Shane Wolf | August 15, 2018

NCDC headed south to conduct a training for the Sarasota DUI Court. The team worked hard over the day and half on examining their target population, treatment needs, phases and ethical obligations. The only negative side to the training was experiencing the red tide first hand. Thank you to the Sarasota DUI Court team for…

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