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...
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
We love seeing new programs we trained having success and sharing it with their community. This is sustainability 101. Great things are happening with the City of Spokane DUI Court. Keep it up! Click here to read/listen to the story on Spokane Public RadioRead More
We always love traveling to warm weather. Four teams from California and one team from Nevada attended the training where we discussed ways to enhance their programs based on the latest research. Overall it was a great training where lots of discussion and ideas were expressed. “A very valuable course.… Read More…Read More
Congratulations to the Spokane Municipal DUI Court for accepting their first participant. The DUI court team attended the Foundational Training in Duluth, MN September 12-15, 2017. We are excited to see a team learn the key guiding principles and apply them. Click here to read the article from The Inlander.Read More
We set off to Raleigh, North Carolina to train four teams at our Operational Tune-Up. This was a great training hosted at the North Carolina Administrative Office of the Courts. The teams spent two days learning about best practices and how to enhance their programs. A special thanks to Yolanda… Read More…Read More