State Drug Court Resources
The National Drug Court Resource Center is a virtual library of publications, factsheets, information on other drug courts, and sample forms. NDRC includes information for both state and tribal drug court programs, as well as other restorative justice courts. NDCRC is hosted by the National Drug Court Institute, a professional services branch of the National Association of Drug Court Professionals.
The Drug Court Clearinghouse Project has been operating at American University since 1994 and serves as a national clearinghouse for drug court information and activity. It provides a wide range of office-based services, including telephone consultation, e-mail responses to information requests, networking and facilitation of telephone conference calls among peers to discuss issues of concern, and dissemination of sample operational materials developed by drug courts. Above is a sample of Healing to Wellness Court documents found on their site.
DrugCourtOnline.org is an online learning system offered by the Center for Court Innovation.
DrugCourtOnline.org is a FREE easy-to-use series of lessons on a wide array of topics relevant to adult drug courts. It offers educational material that can be used by drug court practitioners anywhere, with particular benefit to rural jurisdictions. Through the Online Learning System, you can learn from national experts about:
- psychopharmacology of addiction
- sanctions and incentives
- cultural competency
- integration of treatment with the court system
- Presentations by nationally recognized experts
- Interviews with drug court practitioners
- Virtual site visits
A comprehensive resource library
The Adult Drug Court Research to Practice (R2P) Initiative is a National Center for State Courts and American University collaboration, to promote the timely dissemination of information emerging from research on addiction science, substance abuse treatment, and adult drug court programs. With funding from Bureau of Justice Assistance and the National Institute of Justice, the R2P Initiative will produce:
- a series of webinars,
- and other work products that disseminate important research to practitioners and policymakers
Please visit the R2P Initiative web site at: http://research2practice.org/ for more information on current and future information resources.
American Probation and Parole Association Repository for Tribal Community Corrections Personnel serves as a continuing resource for professionals working within pretrial, probation, and reentry roles. Resources include:
- Access to Tribal Probation Policies and Procedures
- Access to commonly used supervision forms
- Access to publications, fact sheets, bulletins, and other guidance documents
- Access to information about training opportunities
- Access to technical assistance opportunities
- Information about the Tribal Issues Committee
Learn more at Wellness Court Resources