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Juvenile drug court programs

Caroline S. Cooper

Juvenile drug court programs

by Caroline S. Cooper

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Published by U.S. Dept. of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention, Juvenile Accountability Incentive Block Grants Program in [Washington, DC] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Juvenile courts -- United States,
  • Drug courts -- United States,
  • Youth -- Drug use -- United States -- Prevention

  • Edition Notes

    StatementCaroline S. Cooper.
    SeriesJAIBG bulletin
    ContributionsJuvenile Accountability Incentive Block Grants Program (U.S.)
    The Physical Object
    Pagination15 p. ;
    Number of Pages15
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17600814M
    OCLC/WorldCa47210758

    The Sixth Judicial District Juvenile Drug Court (JDC) began operation in June The program’s mission is to provide comprehensive and individualized treatment and programming to adolescents and promote the development of a drug and alcohol free lifestyle by building pro-social and supportive relations with family, peers, and community. Applicants must have a current juvenile drug court operating under the Juvenile Drug Courts: Strategies in Practice. The juvenile drug courts must also meet the requirements of 42 USC u (a). The requirements include: 1. Continuing judicial supervision over offenders and .

    6 Evidence-Based Practice Recommendations for Juvenile Drug Courts Recommendations emulate the assessment, treatment and program monitoring characteristics of a “model” juvenile drug court and reflect the goals of the Louisiana Supreme Court Drug Court Office that were developed as . Visitors to this site agree that the Second Judicial District Court of the State of New Mexico is not liable for errors or omissions of any of the information provided. Information contained on this web site should in no way be construed as legal advice.

    Juvenile Drug Courts and Teen Substance Abuse is the first book to examine the ideas behind juvenile drug courts and explore their history and popularity. The editors have assembled top justice policy experts to assess the evidence supporting juvenile drug courts and to guide the next generation of evaluation by: California's first juvenile drug court began in Tulare County in Today there are forty-eight juvenile drug courts in California. 1 Excerpted from American University, Juvenile Drug Courts: Preliminary Report (May 1, ) p. 2.


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Programs Juvenile Drug Treatment Court Program. Funding under this program supports treatment and services for youth with substance abuse problems. The courts work to strengthen family engagement, address the root problems that may cause substance use and addiction, and empower young people to lead drug-free and crime-free lives.

The first juvenile drug court program began operations in Key West, Fla., in October (American University ). By June there were approximately juvenile drug courts operating in the United States (National Association of Drug Court Professionals ).

Target Population Juvenile drug court programs target youth younger than The Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention (OJJDP) has released the Juvenile Drug Treatment Court Guidelines. Juvenile drug treatment courts (JDTC) are designed for youth with substance use disorders who come into contact with the juvenile justice system.

The new guidelines provide juvenile courts with an evidence-based. tion. Sincemore than juvenile drug courts have been established in the United States, and more than are cur-rently being planned.

A Message From OJJDP The establishment of juvenile drug court programs and their integration into other juvenile justice sanctions and services is 1 of the 12 purpose areas of the Juvenile Accountability. The mission of the Juvenile Drug Court (JDC) program is to rehabilitate youth with substance abuse issues, through treatment, support and supervision.

JDC strives to strengthen family relationships, promote positive community ties, and inspire a commitment to education. repeat violations of the Drug Court contract, a new law violation, violence or threats of violence directed at anyone, being disruptive or disrespectful in treatment.

All decisions regarding termination fro the Juvenile Drug Court Program will be made after a review by the Juvenile Drug Court Team. The Team will consider what you have to say. Drug Treatment Court Act - Virginia Code § This video shows how lives are transformed through drug treatment courts.

This video features the 23rd Judicial Circuit’s Drug Treatment Court and how it is helping give graduates a second chance at life. Juvenile drug court programs. [Washington, DC]: U.S.

Dept. of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention, Juvenile Accountability Incentive Block Grants Program, [] (OCoLC) Online version: Cooper, Caroline S. Juvenile drug court programs. This book is an exploratory study of a juvenile drug treatment court in the Midwest.

Based on observations and interviews the author conducted while serving as the contracted program evaluator, the book investigates how denial, surveillance, coercion, accountability, and definitions of success operate and interact in the Juvenile Drug Court environment and intertwine with institutional needs Cited by: 3.

Drug Treatment Programs. One common type of juvenile rehabilitation program is drug treatment le offenders that are involved in drug crimes may be processed by a different court, a drug court ting drug treatment, as well as complying with random drug tests, passing the drug tests, and attending alcoholics anonymous meetings are sentenced by the court.

The juvenile and domestic relations district court hears all matters involving juveniles such as criminal or traffic matters. Juvenile delinquency cases are cases involving a minor under the age of 18 who has been accused of committing an offense that would be considered criminal if committed by an adult.

The number of juvenile drug court programs was small until the late s. Fortunately, adult drug courts appeared five years before juvenile drug courts and the evaluation literature on adult programs has had more time to develop.

These studies suggest the drug court concept itself may have merit. Adult Drug Court is an intensive, court-supervised, substance-abuse treatment program that defendants can be ordered to successfully complete as a condition of their probation.

The Adult Treatment Court is also an intensive, court-supervised treatment program. Juvenile Drug Court. The Juvenile Drug Court (JDC) program is a partnership of the Juvenile Court, Public Defender, District Attorney, Probation, Health and Human Services Agency/Behavioral Health Services, treatment providers, and law enforcement.

This program serves youth with substance abuse needs and a history of drug treatment noncompliance. The juvenile must be willing to contract and participate in drug/alcohol and/or mental health treatment plan participate in the treatment court process including attending all required court appearances for review submit to random urinalysis/breathalyzer testing comply with all program sanctions complete all program requirements.

The Juvenile Department envisions a community free from crime, where every child is empowered to reach his or her full potential with the loving support of a functional, safe and permanent family.

The mission of the Juvenile Department is to fairly and impartially decide cases and administer justice through the comprehensive delivery of services to children and families, victims of crime and.

The Juvenile Drug Court Program is an alternative sentencing program for juvenile offenders who have drug-related offenses. Staff involved in this program work toward reducing recidivism and substance abuse among non-violent participants in the program and assist in providing them with problem solving skills, independent living skills, and.

drive of the court, and programs lasted anywhere from a weekend to 6 months. Every drug court utilized urine analysis for drug testing; in addition, some conducted oral fluid analysis and breathalyzer tests for alcohol detection.

The juvenile clients were tested frequently: generally, two to three times a week at random times. Structure and. juvenile and adult drug court models is that juvenile drug court practitioners must manage a client who is undergoing a constant change process— otherwise known as adolescent development.

2 Brain growth and changes, increased importance of the social world vs. family needs, and gaining aFile Size: KB. Wagoner County, Juvenile Drug Court. Juvenile Drug Court ABOUT. A Juvenile Drug Court is a court that has been specifically designated and staffed to supervise non-violent juvenile drug or alcohol offenders who have been referred to a comprehensive and judicially monitored program of drug treatment and rehabilitation services.

Click for NADCP Update on Juvenile Drug Court Research What Works in Juvenile Drug Courts: Emerging Research. by BENJAMIN CHAMBERS. When Benjamin Chambers was at the Joint Meeting on Adolescent Treatment Effectiveness (JMATE) in Washington D.C. in December, he caught up with John Roman, Ph.D., Senior Fellow at The Urban Institute, just before he gave a fantastic presentation on.

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Gurney Learn More Justice for. Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention (OJJDP) Statistical Briefing Book This site provides comprehensive national datasets for a wide range of juvenile justice-related topics and subtopics as well as data analysis tools, frequently-asked questions and answers, and links to other statistical resources.