We love every chance to travel to the Northwest, even in January. Five teams joined us for our Foundational Training in Vancouver, WA. Teams from Alaska, Oregon and Washington state learned everything from the guiding principles of DWI courts to targeting high risk/high needs DWI offenders. We would like to send a special thanks to […]Read more...
Illinois’ Second District Veterans Treatment Court is saving lives every day, but they wanted to do more. Thanks to the support of the Foundation for Advancing Alcohol Responsibility, NCDC traveled to Chicago this week to provide training on the most effective ways to treat repeat DWI offenders in veterans treatment court. When a community comes together to […]Read More
We have learned nothing is ultimately effective without healthy human connection. In our first webinar you learned methods to support and learn continued growth and learning, gained better understanding of the key role treatment providers have on the team and with clients, and learned about the importance to staying with the research, even when it […]Read More
Sustainability is Guiding Principle #10 and a big issue all DWI court programs face, especially if their primary funding is grants. This is a great article from the Billings Gazette celebrating the graduation of 4 participants along with discussing sustainability issues. Click here to read the article from the Gazette.Read More
The Council of Accountability Court Judges of Georgia enlisted the services of NCDC to bring together 15 DWI court teams in Peachtree City, Georgia over two days. The training focused on best practices in DWI courts, medication-assisted treatment, urine dilution issues during drug and alcohol testing, and using motivational interviewing in the court program.Read More