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Mission Statement: Behavioral Health Court provides a supervised alternative case processing model for defendants who, but for an untreated mental illness or an unmanaged mental disorder, would not commit crimes. Mental Health Court assists in mitigating risk to community safety by enhancing mental health treatment.
Mission Statement: The mission of the Columbia County Veterans’ Treatment Court Program is to enhance public safety by providing a judicially supervised regime of appropriate treatment services and support to criminal justice involved Veterans with the goal of returning law abiding citizens to the community, thereby honoring those who have served.
Veterans’ Treatment Court Handbook
Mission statement: The goal of the Families Restored Program is to help participants achieve and sustain a healthy life free of dependence on mind altering substances, to increase self-understanding and expand practical skills of participants through community participation, relationships, life skills coaching and parenting classes. To support healing, expand parenting skills, create and or identify appropriate supports to assure successful reunification, shorten the length of time children spend in foster care, identify the needs of participants who suffer from neurobehavioral dysfunction and to successfully bring services to clients in a day treatment setting.
Families Restored Program Handbook (Mothers)
Families Restored Program Handbook (Fathers)
Mission Statement: The mission of the Columbia County Adult Treatment Court Program is to decrease substance abuse among adult offenders through comprehensive and coordinated treatment and support services provided by community partners and the criminal justice community, in an effort to reduce crime and increase public safety.
Adult Treatment Court Handbook.
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