About NDCI

The National Drug Court Institute (NDCI) was formed in 1997 in response to a great need for standardized, evidence-based training and technical assistance as a result of the rapid expansion of problem-solving courts across the US.

As a division of the 501(c)3 non-profit The National Association of Drug Court Professionals (NADCP), we have continually evolved to meet the ever-changing needs of treatment court professionals and have emerged as the definitive authority on the latest research, best practices, and cutting-edge innovations to treat offenders facing substance use and mental health disorders.

With endorsement and funding from a variety of federal agencies—including the US Department of Justice, White House Office of National Drug Control Policy, and Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration—NDCI has successfully trained more than 200,000 adult, family, juvenile, and tribal drug court professionals in all 50 states, Washington DC, and three of four US territories.

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We're Here to Serve You

Carolyn Hardin

Chief of Training & Research,
National Association of Drug Court Professionals

Vanessa Price

Director,
National Drug Court Institute

Anne Caron

Project Director

Daryl Jackson

Project Director

Jacqueline Van Wormer

Juvenile TTA Director

Robert Partyka

Program Specialist

Shontae Cannaday

Training Coordinator

Julia Gadway

Training Coordinator

Karen Cowgill

Project Director

Connie Payne

Project Director

Chris Deutsch

Director of Communications

Elizabeth Perkins

Program Manager

Alexis Clark

Training Coordinator

Brittany Lanier

Training Coordinator

Kendall Friend

Project Director

Doris Perdomo-Johnson

Project Director

Brooke Glisson

Assoc. Director of Communications

Bonnie Greenslade

Training Manager

Meyling Diaz

Training Coordinator

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  1. Lee on April 3, 2020 at 9:54 am

    Since 1994, NADCP and its divisions—the National Drug Court Institute, National Center for DWI Courts, and Justice For Vets —have trained hundreds of thousands of professionals spanning the legal, clinical, psychosocial, and law enforcement fields. NADCP Promise Champion proven strategies within the judicial system that empower people to change their lives.



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