NDCI is the most prolific publisher of the latest research and strategic innovations for the treatment court field. In our effort to continually improve the way our justice system serves those with addiction and mental health needs, we offer these resources to the field at no charge. Many of these resources are available in Spanish. Haga clic aquí para ver las publicaciones en español.
Justice For Vets' latest Dispatch From the Front Lines provides an overview of the DoD's inTransition Program designed to help connect service members and veterans to behavioral healthcare.
NADCP's new MOUD Toolkit provides practical resources for treatment courts to implement systems offering medications for opioid use disorder and sample documents and agreements for programs to adapt for their use.
"The Use of Urine Creatinine Concentrations for Abstinence Monitoring in Treatment Courts" provides answers to a series of frequently asked questions about creatinine as it relates to drug and alcohol screening.
Developed through a dynamic partnership between CCFF and NADCP, with support from the Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention, the Family Treatment Court Best Practice Standards benefit all treatment courts by providing guidance on how to best serve children and families across all types of treatment court programs.
The purpose of this guide is to help treatment court alumni think about the audiences that might want to hear their story, assist in constructing their story, help them think through the personal impacts of sharing, and provide tips on speech delivery and talking with the press.
The Drug Court Judicial Benchbook - Updated!
After years of compiling the knowledge of thousands of treatment court professionals, this publication provides key guidelines to improve client outcomes and increase cost savings. This version includes an updated version of Chapter 4: Addiction and Treatment Services.