Chart II-D-10: Drug Testing Frequency in Juvenile Drug Courts: Phase 4

 

State

Jurisdiction

Phase 4: Twice per Week

Phase 4: Once per Week

Phase 4: Every Other week

Phase 4: Other Frequency

AL

Birmingham




monthly

AZ

Phoenix




random

CA

EL Dorado



x


CA

French camp



x


CA

San Francisco




depends on the individual participant

CA

San Jose



x


FL

Ft. Lauderdale




at least 1 x per month

FL

Jacksonville



x


FL

Tampa

x




NM

Las Cruces



x


NV

Las Vegas

x



1 time/wk

 

 

b. Drugs For Which Tests Are Conducted

 

As Chart D-8 indicates, most juvenile drug courts are conducting limited testing of participants at the initial time of program entry, but follow up with routine periodic testing for a fuller screen of substances, particularly if there is any suspicion of their use.

 

Chart II-D-11(1): Drugs Tested For Initially/Routinely: Juvenile Drug Courts

 

State

Jurisdiction

Alcohol

 

Barbiturates

 

Heroin

 

Marijuana

Crack/Cocaine

   

Initially

Routinely

Initially

Routinely

Initially

Routinely

Initially

Routinely

Initially

Routinely

AL

Birmingham




x


x


x


x

AZ

Phoenix


x


x


x


x


x

CA

Auburn

x

x





x

x



CA

EL Dorado




x


x


x


x

CA

French camp


x


x




x


x

CA

San Jose


x


x


x




x

CA

Tulare


x


x


x


x


x

FL

Bartow


x






x


x

FL

Ft. Lauderdale



x

x

x

x

x

x

x

x

FL

Jacksonville

x

x


x


x


x


x

FL

Key West

x


x




x

x

x

x

FL

Orlando





x

x

x

x

x

x

FL

Pensacola (juvenile)

x

x





x

x

x

x

FL

Tampa

x

x

x

x

x

x

x

x

x

x

IL

Chicago

x


x



x


x


x

KY

Louisville



x


x


x

x

x

x

MO

Benton

x


x

x



x

x

x


MT

Missoula

x

x



x


x

x

x


NJ

Jersey City

x


x


x


x


x


NM

Las Cruces


x


x


x


x


x

NV

Duckwater

x

x









NV

Las Vegas (Juvenile)



x

x

x

x

x

x

x

x

OH

Lancaster

x

x

x

x



x

x

x

x

SC

Charleston

x


x


x


x

x

x

x

UT

Salt Lake City

x

x

x


x

x

x

x

x

x

 

Chart II-D-11(2): Drugs Tested For Initially/Routinely: Juvenile Drug Courts

 

State

Jurisdiction

LSD

 

Methamphetamines

 

PCP

 

Other

 
   

Initially

Routinely

Initially

Routinely

Initially

Routinely

Initially

Routinely

AL

Birmingham




x




benzodiazepines, propoxyphene

(*included opiates w/heroin category)

AZ

Phoenix




x


x


inhalants

CA

Auburn



x

x





CA

EL Dorado




x


x



CA

French camp




x





CA

San Jose


x


x


x



CA

Tulare


x


x


x



FL

Bartow




x





FL

Jacksonville




x



If suspected


FL

Key West

x


x






FL

Orlando



x

x





FL

Pensacola (juvenile)







As indicated at assessment


FL

Tampa

x

x

x

x

x




IL

Chicago

x


x


x


means that will do initially if requested


KY

Louisville

x






benzodiazines


MI

Kalamazoo









MO

Benton

x


x

x





MT

Missoula



x






NJ

Jersey City



x


x




NM

Las Cruces


x


x


x


creatinene lets us know if kids are tying to flush out their system

NV

Las Vegas (Juvenile)

x


x

x





OH

Lancaster

x

x

x

x

x

x

inhalants

inhalants

SC

Charleston

x


x


x


opiates, benzodiazephene

opiates, benzodiazephene

UT

Salt Lake City



x

x





 

c. Costs per drug screen

 

As Chart II-D-12 illustrates, the costs for drug testing of juvenile drug court participants ranges between $ 1-$5 for approximately 40% of the programs and over $ 10.00 for another 40%. None of the reporting family drug courts, on the other hand, spend more than $ 3.00 per test. The relatively high costs for juvenile drug court testing compared with that experienced by many adult drug courts may be the result, in part, of the smaller volume of tests bing conducted.

 

Chart II-D-12: Costs Per Drug Screen: Juvenile and Family Drug Courts

 

>

State

Jurisdiction

$1-3.00

$3.01-5.00

$5.01-7.00

$7.01-9.00

$9.01-12.00

$12.01-15.00

$15.01-18.00

$18.01+

Explanation(s)

AL

Birmingham




x






 

AZ

Phoenix

x









CA

Auburn





x





CA

EL Dorado


x







Usually minor does not pay this cost.

CA

Tulare

x









FL

Bartow

x









FL

Ft. Lauderdale





x





FL

Jacksonville

x









FL

Key West

x









FL

Orlando





x





FL

Pensacola (juvenile)

x









FL

Tampa






x




IL

Chicago





x





KY

Louisville

x









MO

Benton








x

$30.00

MT

Missoula


x








NJ

Jersey City









Provided by treatment provider as part of overall contract, cost unknown at this time

NM

Las Cruces






x




NV

Duckwater










NV

Las Vegas

x









OH

Lancaster

x

x






24.00

we recently began using Dtx also -- on-site test for immediate positive/ negative response. We then send to accu-chem if we need to confirm amount

SC

Charleston






x




UT

Salt Lake City

x




x





 

 

d. Agencies Performing Urinalysis

 

Urinalysis for juvenile drug courts is performed by a variety of different agencies, most frequently by private treatment providers and probation departments.

 

Chart II-D-13: Agencies Performing Urinalysis: Juvenile Drug Courts

 

State

Jurisdiction

Pretrial Services

Prob. Dept

Corrections Agency

TASC

Private Tx

Crim. Lab

Public Health

Private Lab

Other

AL

Birmingham




x






AZ

Phoenix




x






CA

Auburn


x








CA

EL Dorado


x








CA

San Francisco


x






x


CA

San Jose






x




CA

Tulare


x



x





DE

Wilmington





x





FL

Bartow









On-site lab

FL

Ft. Lauderdale





x




private treatment provider as part of their service

FL

Jacksonville





x




Case manager who reports to judge only.

FL

Key West

x









FL

Orlando




x

x





FL

Pensacola (juvenile)





x

x




FL

Tampa





x





IL

Chicago




x






KY

Bowling Green










KY

Louisville







x



MI

Kalamazoo










MO

Benton






x




MT

Missoula








x

Private lab when calibration needed. We use "Quick test" immunoossy test. These are done at probation office.

NJ

Jersey City





x





NM

Las Cruces


x

x


x





NV

Duckwater









With the exception of the possibility of a blood or urine test at time of arrest or issuance of citation, only hand-held PBT for presence of alcohol is available and only for treatment purposes. Nearest computerized breath testing instrument for alcohol, or hospital for taking blood sample, is 74 miles away.

NV

Las Vegas





x





OH

Lancaster








x

ACCU-Chem, Texas

SC

Charleston








x


UT

Salt Lake City


x






x


 

e. Timeframes and Methods for Reporting Urinalysis Results to Court

 

Obtaining urinalysis reports appears to be a much slower process for juvenile and family drug courts than for their adult counterparts. Seven (25%) of the reporting programs require 8-24 hours and ten require over one day. On the other end, three of the reporting programs can obtain results in one to two hours and nine (30 %) can obtain urinalysis results in under one hour. For most of the reporting programs (13), urinalysis report are provided orally in court. Nine transmit reports by telephone; seven fax a hard copy. The remainder either mail a report or transmit it electronically.

 

Chart II-D-14: Timeframe for Obtaining Urinalysis Results

 

State

Jurisdiction

Juvenile

Family

HOURS

         
       

<1

1-2

2-4

4-8

8-24

over 24

AL

Birmingham

x







3-4 days

AZ

Phoenix

x






x


CA

Auburn

x







4-7 days

CA

EL Dorado

x







5-7 Days

CA

French camp

x







3-4 days

CA

San Francisco

x








CA

San Jose

x






x


CA

Tulare

x







2-7 days

DE

Wilmington

x








FL

Bartow

x


x






FL

Ft. Lauderdale

x







x

FL

Jacksonville

x


x






FL

Key West

x



x





FL

Orlando

x


x






FL

Pensacola (family)


x

x






FL

Pensacola (juvenile)

x


x






FL

Tampa

x



x*




* 1-2 hours if requested typically available at next court date

IL

Chicago

x







x

KY

Bowling Green

x

x







KY

Louisville

x







2-3 days

MA

Greenfield


x

x




x

If needed

MI

Kalamazoo

x








MO

Benton

x






x


MT

Missoula

x







Quick test results in 5 minutes - is positive we send off for calibration/verification. Depends when sent in.

NJ

Jersey City

x








NM

Las Cruces

x






x

Treatment provider = 8-24 hours

Probation Dept. = 1 week

NV

Duckwater

x








NV

Las Vegas

x

x




x



NV

Reno


x






at bi-weekly review

NY

Central Islip


x

x





less than one hour for in-court tests

drug test from treatment agencies take 2-5 days

OH

Lancaster

x


x




x

Dtx

SC

Charleston

x







average of 4 days

UT

Salt Lake City

x


x




x

On site testing

Lab test

 

f. Response to Positive Urinalysis

 

As with other major decision points in the drug court process, the judge was reported as the ultimate decision maker regarding how the drug court will respond to positive urinalyses. Close consultation is maintained, however, with the drug court team. Many programs also noted that the response to a positive urinalysis is made on a case by case basis. The range of potential responses to positive urinalysis include:

 

intensifying treatment: 78%

judicial admonition: 68%

more frequent urinalysis: 65%

short-term detention-less than 5 days: 50%

longer term detention -more than 10 days: 33%

program termination for repeated positive tests

(on a case by case basis): 33%

 

Sanctions for positive urinalyses and other indicators of program noncompliance are discussed further in Section H below.

 

 

6. Program Policies Regarding Use of Pharmacotherapeutic Interventions

 

Almost all of the reporting juvenile and family drug courts permit the use of prescription anti-depressants. Duckwater, Greenfield and Central Islip permit the use of methadone but most drug courts require withdrawal within a prescribed timeframe. Pensacola, Greenfield and Duckwater also permit the use of antibuse. Duckwater also permits the use of naltrexone and peyote in church ceremonies. For many of the juvenile drug court programs, the issue regarding the use of pharmacotherapeutic interventions has not yet been raised so no formal policy has been articulated.

 

 

7. Program Policies Regarding Use of Alcohol

 

None of the reporting juvenile drug courts permit the use of alcohol by participants and all but one of the family drug courts (Las Vegas) prohibit alcohol use. The Las Vegas program strongly discourages alcohol consumption by participants.. The prohibition on the use of alcohol

by most drug court programs stems from the recognition of (1) the addictive nature of alcohol consumption; and (2) the complex interrelationship between the use of alcohol and other drug dependencies.

 

E. Services Provided to Juvenile and Family Drug Court Participants

 

1. Type and Frequency of Treatment Services Provided

 

The charts that follow depict the range and frequency of treatment, rehabilitation, and other support services provided to juvenile drug court participants and their families. As Charts II-E-1 and II-E-2 illustrate, approximately half of the programs provide group therapy at least three times per week and individual therapy at least weekly throughout the period of program participation. Approximately half of the programs also provide family therapy. Approximately 25% provide some type of in-home services and approximately fifteen percent provide medical services or screening. A number of programs also provide special services to participants such as tutoring, life skills training, acupuncture, etc.)

 

Chart II-E-1(1): Type and Frequency of Treatment Services Provided: Juvenile and Family Drug Courts

 

State

Jurisdiction

Individual Therapy-Phase 1

     

Individual Therapy-Phase 2

     

Individual Therapy-Phase 3

   
   

Daily

3x

2x

1x

Daily

3x

2x

1x

Daily

3x

2x

1x

AZ

Phoenix




x




x




x

CA

Auburn




x









CA

San Jose




x




x




x

FL

Ft. Lauderdale




x




x





FL

Jacksonville




x




x





FL

Key West




x




x




x

FL

Orlando



x





x





FL

Tampa

x


x










MO

Benton



x

x



x






MT

Missoula




x




x




x

NJ

Jersey City







x





x

NM

Las Cruces





x



x





NV

Las Vegas




x









OH

Lancaster


x











SC

Charleston




x









UT

Salt Lake City




x









 

Chart II-E-1(2): Type and Frequency of Treatment Services Provided: Juvenile and Family Drug Courts

 

State

Jurisdiction

Group Therapy-Phase 1

     

Group Therapy-Phase 2

     

Group Therapy-Phase 3

     
   

Daily

3x

2x

1x

Daily

3x

2x

1x

Daily

3x

2x

1x

AL

Birmingham



x




x




x


AZ

Phoenix


x




x




x



CA

Auburn




x









CA

French camp

x




x




x




CA

San Francisco

X












CA

San Jose



x




x




x


CA

Tulare


x




x




x



FL

Ft. Lauderdale




x




x




x

FL

Jacksonville

x




x







x

FL

Key West




x




x




x

FL

Orlando

x






x





x

FL

Pensacola (juvenile)


x




x

x




x


FL

Tampa

x



x



x






IL

Chicago


x




x






x

KY

Louisville

x





x






x

MO

Benton





x

x







MT

Missoula


x





x





x

NJ

Jersey City






x





x


NM

Las Cruces


x




x




x



NV

Las Vegas


x





x




x


OH

Lancaster




x




x





SC

Charleston


x





x





x

UT

Salt Lake City




x









 

Chart II-E-1(3): Type and Frequency of Treatment Services Provided: Juvenile and Family Drug Courts

 

State

Jurisdiction

Family Therapy- Phase 1

     

Family Therapy- Phase 2

     

Family Therapy - Phase 3

     
   

Daily

3x

2x

1x

Daily

3x

2x

1x

Daily

3x

2x

1x

AZ

Phoenix




x




x




x

CA

Auburn












x

CA

San Jose




x




x




x

CA

Tulare








x





FL

Ft. Lauderdale




x




x





FL

Jacksonville




x




x





FL

Key West




x




x




x

FL

Orlando




x




x




x

FL

Pensacola (juvenile)



x




x





x

FL

Tampa








x





KY

Louisville




x




x




x

NJ

Jersey City








x




x

NM

Las Cruces








x




x

NV

Las Vegas



x





x




x

SC

Charleston




x




x




x

UT

Salt Lake City




x









 

Chart II-E-1(4): Type and Frequency of Treatment Services Provided: Juvenile and Family Drug Courts

State

Jurisdiction

Home Services - Phase 1

     

Home Services - Phase 2

     

Home Services-Phase 3

     
   

Daily

3x

2x

1x

Daily

3x

2x

1x

Daily

3x

2x

1x

CA

French camp




x




x




x

CA

San Jose




x




x




x

CA

Tulare




x




x





FL

Key West




x




x




x

FL

Orlando

x












NM

Las Cruces




x




x




x

NV

Duckwater


x




x




x



NV

Las Vegas




x




x




x

SC

Charleston




x









 

Chart II-E-1(5): Type and Frequency of Treatment Services Provided: Juvenile and Family Drug Courts

 

State

Jurisdiction

Case Management - Phase 1

     

Case Management - Phase 2

     

Case Management - Phase 3

     
   

Daily

3x

2x

1x

Daily

3x

2x

1x

Daily

3x

2x

1x

AL

Birmingham

x




x




x




AZ

Phoenix

x





x






x

CA

Frenchcampt

x




x




x




CA

San Francisco

x












CA

San Jose



x




x




x


CA

Tulare




x




x





FL

Ft. Lauderdale

x












FL

Jacksonville


x




x






x

FL

Key West




x




x




x

FL

Orlando


x




x




x



FL

Pensacola (juvenile)




x




x





FL

Tampa


x




x




x



IL

Chicago



x




x





x

MT

Missoula


x




x




x



NJ

Jersey City













NM

Las Cruces




x




x




x

NV

Duckwater


x




x




x



NV

Las Vegas

x





x





x


OH

Lancaster


x





x






SC

Charleston




x




x




x

UT

Salt Lake City


x











 

Chart II-E-1(6): Type and Frequency of Treatment Services Provided: Juvenile and Family Drug Courts

 

State

Jurisdiction

Medical/Health - Phase 1

     

Medical/Health - Phase 2

     

Medical/Health - Phase 3

     
   

Daily

3x

2x

1x

Daily

3x

2x

1x

Daily

3x

2x

1x

CA

San Francisco




x









FL

Key West




x




x




x

FL

Tampa

x












NM

Las Cruces




x




x




x

 

Chart II-E-1(7): Type and Frequency of Treatment Services Provided: Juvenile Drug Courts and Family Drug Courts

 

State

Jurisdiction

Other Services - Phase 1

Other Services - Phase 2

Other Services - Phase 3

AL

Birmingham

Therapy Individual, Therapy Family

Therapy Individual, Therapy Family

Therapy Individual, Therapy Family

CA

San Jose

Life skills and job training. Once a week for phases one, two, and three. A physical is given at the beginning of the program.



CA

Tulare

individual therapy as needed in phase I

Workforce preparation in Phase I one time per week.


Home Family Services as needed

Case Management as needed

FL

Bartow

Individual Therapy - 2 times/ mo

Group Therapy - 1 time/month

Family Therapy - 1 time/month

Individual Therapy - 2 times per month

Group Therapy - 2 time per month

Family Therapy - 2 time per month

Individual Therapy - 1 times per month

Group Therapy - 1 time per month

Family Therapy - 1 time per month

FL

Ft. Lauderdale



2 times per month for both individual therapy and family therapy

FL

Jacksonville



once a month for Phase 3 Therapy Individual and Phase 3 Therapy Family

FL

Key West



Acupuncture, tutoring, and school performance oversight

FL

Orlando

*Home family services as needed



FL

Pensacola (juvenile)

individual therapy as needed

Family Members encouraged to attend weekly meetings as a support group for family therapy

individual therapy as needed

Family members are encouraged to attend weekly meetings as support group in family therapy

 

individual therapy as needed

Family encouraged to attend weekly meetings as support group for family therapy

FL

Tampa

Parent orientation: Usually right after intake into program.



IL

Chicago

Individual Therapy, Family Therapy, Home Family Services, Medical Health as needed

Individual Therapy, Family Therapy, Home Family Services, Medical Health as needed

Individual Therapy, Family Therapy, Home Family Services, Medical Health as needed

MT

Missoula

Family Therapy

Acupuncture at least 3x's per week in Phase I

Family Therapy

Family Therapy

NM

Las Cruces

motivational - 2x's per week

 

motivational - 2x's per week

relapse prevention - 2x's per week

motivational - 2x's per week

NV

Duckwater

Individual Therapy is 2 x per month

Group Therapy is unavailable

Family Therapy is 2 x per month

Medical Health is 2 x per month

individual Therapy is 2 x per month

Group Therapy is unavailable

Family Therapy is 2 x per month

Medical Health is 2 x per month

individual Therapy is 2 x per month

Group Therapy is unavailable

Family Therapy is 2 x per month

Medical Health is 2 x per month

NV

Las Vegas

acupuncture at least 3x week

acupuncture 1x week


OH

Lancaster

Family Therapy 2 times per month

Family Therapy 2 times per month

Case Management weeks

SC

Charleston

Home services provided when necessary

Home services provided when necessary

Home services provided when necessary

 

 

2. Other Rehabilitation Services Provided

 

All of the juvenile and family drug courts supplement treatment services with a range of primary health, mental health, educational and social services as well as vocational training, housing assistance, life skills training, food and clothing, and other basic and rehabilitative services to participants and their families. Approximately half of the programs also provide tokens for transportation to and from treatment and other service providers. Several of the family drug courts also provide home services throughout the program.

 

Chart II-E-2(1): Rehabilitation and Other Services Provided by Juvenile and Family Drug Courts

 

State

Jurisdiction

Mental Health

Education/

GED

Primary Heath Care

12 Step AA/NA

Social Services

Vocational Training

Job development/ Placement

AL

Birmingham

x

x

x

x




AZ

Phoenix


x


x


x


CA

Auburn




x


x


CA

EL Dorado

x

x


x




CA

French camp

x

x


x


x

x

CA

San Francisco


x

x

x


x

x

CA

San Jose

x

x

x

x

x

x

x

CA

Tulare

x

x


x


x

x

DE

Wilmington

x

x


x

x


x

FL

Ft. Lauderdale

x

x

x

x

x

x

x

FL

Jacksonville

x

x

x

x

x

x

x

FL

Key West

x

x

x

x

x

x

x

FL

Orlando




x

x



FL

Pensacola (juvenile)

x



x



x

FL

Tampa


x


x

x

x

x

IL

Chicago

x

x

x

x

x

x

x

KY

Louisville

x

x

x

x

x

x

x

MO

Benton

x

x


x



x

MT

Missoula

x

x

x

x

x

x

x

NJ

Jersey City

x

x

x

x


x

x

NM

Las Cruces

x

x

x

x

x

x

x

NV

Duckwater

x

x

x

x

x

x

x

NV

Las Vegas (juvenile)

x



x

x

x

x

OH

Lancaster

x

x


x

x

x

x

SC

Charleston

x

x

x

x

x

x

x

UT

Salt Lake City

x



x

x

x


 

Chart II-E-2(2): Rehabilitation and Other Services Provided by Juvenile and Family Drug Courts

 

State

Jurisdiction

Family Counseling

Housing

Food/ Clothing

Life Skills

Anger/Stress Management

Parenting

Relapse Prevention

Transportation/ Bus Tokens

AL

Birmingham

x




x

x

x


AZ

Phoenix

x



x

x

x

x

x

CA

Auburn

x





x


x

CA

EL Dorado

x




x

x


x

CA

French camp







x

x

CA

San Francisco



x

x



x


CA

San Jose

x

x

x

x

x

x


x

CA

Tulare

x



x

x

x

x


DE

Wilmington

x



x





FL

Bartow

x




x


x


FL

Ft. Lauderdale

x

x

x

x

x

x

x


FL

Jacksonville

x

x

x

x

x

x

x

x

FL

Key West

x

x

x

x

x

x

x

x

FL

Orlando

x



x

x


x


FL

Pensacola (juvenile)

x

x


x

x


x


FL

Tampa

x



x

x

x

x

x

IL

Chicago

x

x

x



x

x

x

KY

Louisville

x

x

x

x

x

x

x

x

MO

Benton

x



x

x


x


MT

Missoula

x



x

x

x

x


NJ

Jersey City

x



x

x


x

x

NM

Las Cruces

x



x

x

x

x

x

NV

Duckwater

x

x

x


x

x

x

x

NV

Las Vegas (juvenile)

x




x


x

x

OH

Lancaster

x



x

x

x

x

x

SC

Charleston

x

x

x

x

x

x

x

x

UT

Salt Lake City

x



x

x

x

x


 

Chart II-E-2(3): Rehabilitation and Other Services Provided by Juvenile and Family Drug Courts

 

State

Jurisdiction

Dually Diag Partics.

Spec Pop.

Explain

Culturally Sensitive

Explain 2

Self Esteem

Explain 3

AL

Birmingham






x


AZ

Phoenix




x

integrated into therapy groups

x

integrated into therapy groups

CA

Auburn






x


CA

EL Dorado






x


CA

San Francisco


x

The educational component of the program are geared to include all of these 3 segments listed.

x

The educational component of the program are geared to include all of these 3 segments listed.

x

The educational compo-next of the program are geared to include all of these 3 segments listed.

CA

Tulare






x


FL

Jacksonville

x



x


x


FL

Key West




x

diversity education

x

group curriculum

FL

Orlando






x

Discussed in group and individual sessions

FL

Pensacola (juvenile)


x

Gender groups

x

Incorporated into treatment groups; guest speakers, discussions, etc.

x

Incorporated into treatment groups -- guest speakers, etc.

FL

Tampa

x

x

Spanish, SPRING (Domestic Violence), SAMI (Substance Abusing Mother's & Infants, Center for Women)

x




IL

Chicago






x

Gender Specific Groups

MO

Benton






x


MT

Missoula

x

x

Indian Center





NJ

Jersey City

x





x

(educ., voc. training, job dev./placement, dual diagnosis are all done by referral)

NM

Las Cruces


x

Hispanic, Native American

x

Hispanic speakers, counselors, JPO

x


NV

Duckwater

x

x


x


x


NV

Las Vegas (juvenile)






x


OH

Lancaster

x





x

Insight Group, Alternative School

SC

Charleston

x

x




x

rope course - work on self-esteem in group/individual

UT

Salt Lake City

x





x


 

 

3. Other Community and Support Services Provided

 

As Chart II-E-3 summarizes, juvenile and family drug courts are developing a broad range of community and support services, including those developed with the local school systems and through local business, faith and volunteer organizations. These services include: mentoring and peer programs; special tutorial and school programs; and recreational activities, particularly with local police athletic leagues., and other local organizations.

 

Chart II-E-3(1): Other Community and Support Services Provided by Juvenile and Family Drug Courts

 

State

Jurisdiction

School

School Services

Mentors

Mentor Services

Vol.

Volunteer Services

AZ

Phoenix

x


x




CA

Auburn

x






CA

EL Dorado





x

CASA monitors school performance

CA

San Francisco

x

we work with the district to meet the individual needs of all participants

x


x


CA

San Jose

x


x


x


CA

Tulare

x

Provide bi-weekly reports of participants re: attitude, behaviors, work performance, attendance. Continuous communication and school visits by case manager. Use school for multi-family group.

x

Peer mentor used occasionally - telephone contact.

x

Initially contacted schools when program first started.

DE

Wilmington



x

Through Americore as a follow-up for graduates of the program

x

S.A.A.

FL

Bartow

x






FL

Ft. Lauderdale


provides information regarding juvenile attendance and progress/grades





FL

Jacksonville

x

Weekly progress reports for Judge

x


x


FL

Key West

x


x




FL

Orlando

x


x




FL

Pensacola (juvenile)

x

Case Coordinator regularly visits and communicates with schools regarding individual clients and Drug Court Program in general.

x

U.S. Navy base recruiting mentors that will be matched with clients for the duration of the Drug Court participation.

x

not yet, but planned

FL

Tampa

x

Counseling offered on school grounds at high school on double sessions -- counseling between sessions. Also, another local agency, DACCO, has counselors at other local area schools who meet with DDrug Court youth in need of counseling.





IL

Chicago

x

Chanter prep school for recovering minors

x

Mentorship program during last three months of Drug Program



KY

Louisville

x


x


x


MI

Kalamazoo







MO

Benton

x


x




MT

Missoula

x

constant contact with teachers





NJ

Jersey City

x


x




NM

Las Cruces

x

Gadsen School Board allows us to use facility. Las Cruces allows Alternative School.

x

Police Department, Paul Davis, Individuals, work in addition to Drug Court schedule. National Guard

x

NMSU Interns

NV

Duckwater

x




x


OH

Lancaster

x

Alternative School, public schools



x

Tutors

SC

Charleston

x

Education redirection, CM2, Diploma

x

on an as needed basis


not at present time

UT

Salt Lake City







 

Chart II-E-3(2): Other Community and Support Services Provided by Juvenile and Family Drug Courts

 

State

Jurisdiction

Bus. Comm.

Business Services

Religious Comm.

Religious Services

Other Comm. Org.

Other Services

AZ

Phoenix

x






CA

San Francisco





x


CA

San Jose





x

YMCA, Big Bothers/ Big Sisters

CA

Tulare

x

Job development and placement. we pay for 88 hours of probationary work period

x

Community service hours at churches, and use church for multi-family group.

x

Conduct groups at youth center

Conduct groups at Healthy Start

FL

Bartow







FL

Jacksonville

x

Tickets to events: football, plays, movies, etc.

x




FL

Key West

x



Local youth groups

x

Police athletic league

Safety council

FL

Orlando

x


x




FL

Pensacola (juvenile)

x

not yet, but planned

x


x

Gadsen School Board allows us to use facility. Las Cruces allows Alternative School.

FL

Tampa





x

Outside organization are used to provide NA & AA

IL

Chicago



x

Through Americore

x

Help find jobs and have summer youth programs

KY

Louisville

x


x




MO

Benton

x






MT

Missoula





x

Parks & Recreation, Literacy Volunteer Program

NJ

Jersey City


not yet, but planned


not yet, but planned


not yet, but planned

NM

Las Cruces

x

Youth Court Center

x

Counselors, AA

x

Hispanic Bus Community

SC

Charleston

x

will be working with community job placement program

x

along with mentor program

x

on an as needed basis

 

Chart II-E-3(3): Other Community and Support Services Provided by Juvenile and Family Drug Courts

 

State

Jurisdiction

Job Place

Job Placement Service

Tutor

Tutor Service

Dept. of Social Ser.

Dept. of Social Services

Other

AL

Birmingham





x

existing linkage with juvenile court


AZ

Phoenix

x







CA

Auburn

x




x



CA

San Francisco



x

work individually w/ participants on school work to achieve individual educational goals




CA

San Jose

x

YWCA

x




Peer Mentor Program

CA

Tulare

x

Contract with job development services.





Multi-family groups at mental health sites (2). Conduct responsibility groups at 2 probation sites.

DE

Wilmington

x

Help find jobs and have summer youth employment positions dedicated for these youth






FL

Ft. Lauderdale







Community Treatment Providers - Substance Abuse and Mental Health Counseling

FL

Jacksonville








FL

Key West

x

Thru Alternative School and public schools

x

Thru Alternative Schools

x



FL

Pensacola (juvenile)

x

Police Department, Paul Davis, Individuals, work in addition to Drug Court schedule. National Guard

x

NMSU Interns




FL

Tampa

x

Community service hours at churches, and use church





Conduct groups at youth center

IL

Chicago



x

as needed




KY

Louisville

x


x


x


Department of Juvenile Justice

MO

Benton

x







MT

Missoula

x

Human Resource Council Placement

x

Weekly progress re




NM

Las Cruces

x

FYI, JPO

x

Youth Court Center, Pre-Diversion Program, Las Cruces Public Schools, Gadsen Study Hall

x

CYFD, JPO


NV

Las Vegas





x



OH

Lancaster

x

Thru Alternative School and public schools

x

Thru Alternative School

x

Children's Services if needed


SC

Charleston

x

JTPA


to be established, none at present

x

as needed


 

4. Follow-up and Aftercare Services

Over half of the drug courts provide aftercare services to participants, with over 20% forming alumni and other support groups.

 

Chart II-E-4(1): Aftercare Services: Juvenile Drug Courts

 

State

Jurisdiction

Yes Aftercare

No Aftercare

Counseling/Therapy

AA/NA on-site

AA/NA Off-Site

Alumni/Support

AL

Birmingham

x


x


x


AZ

Phoenix

x




x

x

CA

Auburn


x





CA

EL Dorado

x


x


x


CA

San Francisco

x


x


x


CA

San Jose


x





CA

Tulare

x





x

DE

Wilmington

x






FL

Bartow

x




x


FL

Ft. Lauderdale


x





FL

Jacksonville


x





FL

Orlando

x






FL

Pensacola (juvenile)


x*





FL

Tampa

x




x


IL

Chicago

x




x


KY

Bowling Green







KY

Louisville

x


x


x

x

MO

Benton


x





MT

Missoula

x


x




NJ

Jersey City

x


x

x

x


NM

Las Cruces

x


x

x

x

x

NV

Duckwater

x


x


x


NV

Las Vegas (juvenile)

x


x



x

OH

Lancaster

x


x


x

x*

UT

Salt Lake City


x





 

 


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