Be A Mentor Court
Mentor courts are exemplary adult drug courts, tribal healing to wellness courts, co-occurring disorder courts, and veterans treatment courts that serve as national models for three-year terms. These top-tier programs play a significant role in NADCP’s training, technical assistance, and research efforts.
As a NDCI mentor court, your program will:
Host team members from other jurisdictions for both in-person and web-based visits
Participate in research and media opportunities
Serve as a national model for an exemplary treatment court
Provide peer-to-peer learning opportunities
Receive travel costs and waved fees for two court officials to attend RISE for each of the three years.
Requirements to be a NDCI mentor court:
Have the capacity to host team members from other jurisdictions for both in-person and virtual visits
Have participating representatives from all core disciplines as members of the treatment court team
Have a practice or policy in place to examine whether unfair disparities exist in the program
Program strictly adheres to the 10 Key Components for Treatment Courts
Program strictly adheres to NADCP's Adult Drug Court Best Practice Standards
Program can provide an updated policy and procedure manual and participant handbook
Have questions? Let us know!
The NDCI Mentor Court Program is supported by the Bureau of Justice Assistance, Office of Justice Programs, U.S. Department of Justice.