Training

NCDC Wraps Up in Georgia

By Shane Wolf / December 8, 2018

We had a fantastic Foundational Training to end 2019 in Athens, GA. Five teams from Georgia, Illinois, and Arkansas participated in learning about the latest research on DWI courts and how to apply it to their programs. There was great discussion, some debate, and even tears of laughter…the perfect mix of an amazing week. Thank…

Apply for 2019 Training

By Chris Deutsch / November 27, 2018

Now Accepting Applications for 2019 DWI Court Foundational Training Applications due Thursday, February 28, 2019 The National Center for DWI Courts (NCDC) is now accepting applications for its 3.5-day DWI Court Foundational Training, designed for courts not yet operating a DWI court program, teams that have had significant staff changes, or teams that have never…

NCDC Heads to the Border

By Shane Wolf / October 18, 2018

NCDC conducted a Foundational Training in El Paso, TX with teams attending from Oregon, Nevada, Wisconsin, Oklahoma, and Delaware. The teams were different stages of development from just starting to being operational for many years but with new team members. Overall, it was a knowledge filled four days of training with an observation of 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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