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Collaborative Courts

Collaborative Court Programs

The Court offers three programs that focus on assisting criminal defendants and parents with children in the foster care system that may have addiction and mental health issues:

Adult Drug Court

Adult Drug Court is a Court-supervised, comprehensive drug-alcohol treatment program for non-violent offenders, helping the offender achieve total abstinence from drugs and alcohol, replacing addictive behaviors with a clean and sober lifestyle.
Go to Adult Drug Court

Behavioral Health Court

Behavioral Health Court is working to enhance public safety and reduce recidivism of criminal defendants who suffer serious mental illness by connecting them with community treatment services and ongoing court supervision

Go to Behavioral Health Court

Family Dependency Drug Court

The Family Dependency Drug Court to reunite families whose children have been removed from the home by promoting parents’ recovery from alcohol or drug dependency when substance abuse is a contributing factor in child abuse and neglect.

Go to Family Dependency Drug Court

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