Drug Courts Flyer, Bureau of Justice Assistance (BJA), National Institute of Justice, and Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention. Updated annually, this brief presents an overview of drug courts across the country.
Adult Drug Court and Veterans Treatment Court Discretionary Grant Program, BJA, November 2018. This fact sheet provides information about BJA's Adult Drug Court and Veterans Treatment Court Discretionary Grant Program, which is designed to equip courts and community supervision systems with the necessary tools and resources using the most current evidence-based practices and principles to intervene with substance abusing participants while preparing them for success in the community.
Drug Court Best Practice Standards, National Association of Drug Court Professionals (NADCP), 2018. NADCP identified 10 best practice standards, volumes I and II. These standards represent the cumulative body of the most current evidence-based practices available to drug courts to effectively operationalize the drug court 10 key components.
Ten Key Components for Adult Drug Courts, BJA-Sponsored, NADCP, January 2004. The key components provide the foundation for the successful operation of a drug court program.
Ten Key Components for Tribal Healing to Wellness Courts, BJA-Sponsored, Tribal Law and Policy Institute, April 2003. This publication is organized around 10 key components, adapted for Indian Nations and tribal justice systems, which describe the basic elements that define Tribal Healing to Wellness Courts. The purpose of each key component is explained, followed by several recommended practices that give guidance for implementing each component.
The 10 Essential Elements of Opioid Courts, BJA-Sponsored, Center for Court Innovation, 2019. The purpose of this publication is to help court planners develop opioid intervention courts that incorporate the best knowledge currently available, while following a consistent model that can be evaluated and refined for the benefit of the field as a whole.
Tribal Healing to Wellness Courts: Case Management, BJA-Sponsored, Tribal Law and Policy Institute, May 2018. This resource is designed to provide tribal healing to wellness courts and their staff a guide to effective case management and the case manager role.
Tribal Healing to Wellness Courts: Treatment Guidelines (2nd Edition), BJA-Sponsored, Tribal Law and Policy Institute, November 2017. This resource provides tribal communities with an overview of Western substance use treatment strategies, drawing upon drug court standards and best practices, and the experiences of hundreds of tribal and state adult and juvenile drug courts.
National Drug Court TTA Partners
Center for Court Innovation
The Center for Court Innovation creates operating programs to test new ideas and solve problems, performs original research to determine what works (and what does not), and provides expert assistance to justice reformers around the world.
National Drug Court Resource Center (NDCRC)
Managed by the University of North Carolina Wilmington, the NDCRC mission is to equip the drug court field with a wide variety of open and accessible resources and research, helping treatment courts run more effectively.
National Association of Drug Court Professionals (NADCP)
NADCP is a training, membership, and advocacy organization for the treatment court model, which now includes over 3,000 programs found in every state, 4 territories, and over 20 countries.
National Drug Court Institute (NDCI)
NDCI was formed in response to a need for standardized, evidence-based training and technical assistance as a result of the rapid expansion of problem-solving courts across the United States.
Tribal Healing to Wellness Courts
The Tribal Law and Policy Institute works under a grant program to provide training and technical assistance to tribal healing to wellness courts.