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.
Laramie County DUI court completed a 2 year evaluation of their program and the results show a reduction in recidivism and cost savings. We are happy that Laramie County DUI court shared their evaluation outcomes with the local media and followed Guiding Principle #9 – Evaluate the Program. Click Here to read the article and…
Drugged Driving is a growing epidemic across the nation, especially with the legalization of marijuana in states and more people taking prescription drugs on a regular basis. NPR explores the realistic look at how marijuana use drastically effects one’s driving ability through personal stories. Click here to read the NPR article
Congratulations to the Polk County DWI Treatment Court for celebrating their first graduate! NCDC is excited to see new programs share their success to encourage other programs starting out. Click here to read the article from Crookston Times
Congratulations to the five graduates of the 47th District Sobriety Court in Farmington Hills, MI. Click here to read the article from Hometown Life