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Students in recovery coming into their own at Serenite restaurant

By Shane Wolf / March 22, 2019

This is a great example of building recovery into your community. The Sérénité Restaurant opened a recovery center that has a culinary training component which only hires people in recovery. The downstairs is a French restaurant and the upstairs provides space for recovery support meetings and pro-social activities. Click here to read the article by…

Missoula Court Establishes New DUI Treatment Court Program

By Shane Wolf / December 15, 2018

We love seeing news about programs we work with. Missoula County, MT attended the Foundational Training in Billings this past August and are on track to start up their DUI court. We are excited and proud of the steps Judge Landee Holloway and her team are taking to make a difference in Montana. Click Here to…

Impaired Driving Prevention Month Field Kit Released

By Chris Deutsch / November 8, 2018

In 2017, we lost 10,874 Americans to alcohol-impaired-driving. These were our friends, family members, neighbors and coworkers, and their deaths were completely preventable. At the National Center for DWI Courts, we won’t rest until that number is zero. We know that DWI courts work because they focus on the right target population and address the…

Treatment-Focused DUI Model Expands at Windsor County Court

By Shane Wolf / 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 Shane Wolf / 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

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