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Drug Court

The Adult Drug Court (ADC) program is an intensive 3 phase treatment program that lasts a minimum of 12 months. The ADC program provides intensive supervision for participants with a history of alcohol and/or substance abuse. The emphasis of the program is to change the behavior of the participant, hold the participant accountable, and to improve the integrity, honesty and respect to our community. The ADC program includes treatment, which involves weekly or daily drug and alcohol testing, individual/family/group counseling, regular attendance in support and skills groups, and regular court appearances. The benefits of the ADC program can include:
  • Access to intensive substance abuse treatment and other related treatment and rehabilitation services with no out of pocket cost to the participant
  • License reinstatement
  • Charges dismissed or possible early termination of probation upon completion of the program
To be eligible for the ADC program, the participant must meet the following criteria:
  • Participant should be a resident of Jefferson County
  • Participant is charged with a drug-related offense or an offense which involved alcohol or drug use, except for commercial transactions and person crimes
  • Participant must file the petition for entry (insert link to local form:  JEFDrugCourtEntryPacket-PP-PA) into the ADC program within 45 days of the first court appearance


2020 Drug Court Calendar

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