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Treatment Courts

Treatment Courts are an alternative to normal case processing, aimed to address the recurring cycle of addiction, co-occurring disorders, criminal behavior, and court involvement. The programs are a collaboration of the State, Judicial Department, City, County and private partners. Each court program serves a specific set of case types and population of participants. The programs provide intensive supervision, support, and treatment for individuals who are ready to make a major life change. The goals of treatment courts are to reduce costs, decrease criminal recidivism, and enhance public safety. All of the programs follow best practices and guidelines for treatment courts as set forth by the National Association of Drug Court Professionals (NADCP) and the Criminal Justice Commission of Oregon (CJC).

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