There has never been a better opportunity for your program to receive federal funding. The U.S. Department of Justice has received $95 million from Congress to support drug courts, family drug courts, juvenile drug courts, tribal healing to wellness courts, DWI courts, and veterans treatment courts. In order to take… Read More…Read more...
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… Read More…Read More
When talking about Sustainability much of the focus is on funding. While funding is a critical component of any successful program, the most important resource for a DUI Court is the Human Resource. Good judicial leadership requires that the judge and team focus on maintaining healthy team members and a… Read More…Read More
The Faulkner County Sobriety Court adopted a mile-long stretch of Interstate 40 to give the program’s participants more chances to fulfill their required service hours while being able to maintain employment. Click here to read the story at The CabinRead More
NCDC debuted the new booth at the Lifesavers National Conference on Highway Safety Priorities in San Antonio, TX. Lifesavers focuses on the impaired driving epidemic and DWI courts are an evidence based practice that works to reduce impaired driving with repeat offenders. Thank you to everyone that came to our… Read More…Read More
On March 28-30, Cliff Jacobs, Project Director, NCDC attended the Missouri Association of Treatment Court Professionals (MATCP) 20th Annual Treatment Court Conference, Branson, MO. While on-site Jacobs presented on the areas of Equity and Inclusion, and Reform and Responsibility- The Pitfalls of DWI Courts. Jacobs also had the opportunity to… Read More…Read More