What will be expected of me if I enter Treatment Court?

Participants of Treatment Court are held accountable for program compliance at all times. When you first enter Treatment Court you will be required to attend weekly court sessions, weekly meetings with your Probation Officer and Case Manager, treatment sessions as prescribed, peer-support meetings, and you will be subject to frequent random drug testing. As you successfully progress through the program the frequency of appointments will gradually decrease.

In addition to following all program rules, you will also be required to maintain regular employment, make payments on your court costs, restitution, child support, and a program fee of $10 per week. You will be immediately sanctioned for any violations (ex. writing an essay, community service, house arrest, incarceration) and you will be rewarded for program compliance and achievements (e.g. verbal praise, small tokens, gift cards, reduction in fees).

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1. What is Treatment Court?
2. Who is eligible for Treatment Court?
3. What will happen to my current charges if I enter Treatment Court?
4. What will be expected of me if I enter Treatment Court?
5. How do I complete Treatment Court?
6. How do I apply for Treatment Court?