Chart II-E-4(2): Aftercare Services: Juvenile Drug Courts

 

State

Jurisdiction

Referrals to Services

Mentor Program

Emergency/ Hotline

Relapse Prevention

Support Services

Other

AL

Birmingham

x






CA

EL Dorado

x






CA

San Francisco

x

x



x

in court appearance

Aftercare is Phase IV; the preceding services are available if needed

CA

San Jose






We are working on this now. Will include all of these.

CA

Tulare

x



x

x

Case management services

Probation supervision

DE

Wilmington







FL

Bartow



x




FL

Orlando

x






FL

Pensacola (juvenile)






In planning stages. Developing mentor program.

FL

Tampa

x





Quarterly follow-ups for 1 year

IL

Chicago

x






KY

Louisville



x

x

x


NJ

Jersey City

x



x


Aftercare is a component of drug court program. Judge still supervises.

NM

Las Cruces

x

x


x

x

home, school, environment, peers, address 4 area's

NV

Duckwater

x




x

the aftercare component is very weak

NV

Las Vegas (juvenile)

x



x



OH

Lancaster

x

x*


x

x

*in the future

SC

Charleston






this part of the program to be established








 

 

 

5. Participants with Mental Disorders

 

The juvenile and family drug courts report a much lower incidence of mental disorders among the drug court participants than their adult counterparts. As Chart II-E-5 illustrates, approximately 40% of the reporting juvenile drug courts noted some incidence of mental disorder, most frequently depression. Approximately half of the reporting programs have the capability of treating some mental disorders of participants, either by the treatment provider or through special contract with another agency, as depicted by Chart II-E-6.

 

Chart II-E-5: Frequency of the Presence of Mental Disorders Among Juvenile and Family Drug Court Participants

 

State

Jurisdiction

Depression

Bipolar

Anxiety

Psychosis

Other

AL

Birmingham





These diagnosis are provided by the mental health liaison. DD clients are served only when the abuse/dependence diagnosis is primary

CA

Auburn

20%


10%

0%


CA

French camp

8%

4%

4%



CA

San Jose

30%

29%




CA

Tulare

20%





FL

Bartow





do not accept

FL

Key West

60%



1%


FL

Orlando


4%




FL

Pensacola (juvenile)

2%

2%




FL

Tampa

15%

2%



1%

IL

Chicago

40%

.1%

.5%

.5%


KY

Louisville





n/a

MT

Missoula

60%


20%



NM

Las Cruces

10%

10%




NV

Duckwater

20%





OH

Lancaster

45-50%

5%

10%

0


SC

Charleston

1%





UT

Salt Lake City

10-20%





 

Chart II-E-6: Services to Treat Mental Disorders: Juvenile Drug Courts

 

State

Jurisdiction

Special Tx

 

Special Liaison

 

Cooperative Agreement

 

Explanation

   

No

Yes

No

Yes

No

Yes

 

AL

Birmingham

x


x


x

x


AZ

Phoenix

x


x





CA

Auburn

x



x


x


CA

EL Dorado





x



CA

French camp

x







CA

San Jose


x


x


x


CA

Tulare

x



x


x


DE

Wilmington








FL

Bartow

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

x

*These clients referred outside the program

FL

Pensacola (juvenile)


x*


x



*By referral

FL

Tampa

x



x

x

x

Cooperative Agreement with Tampa Bay Academy, PAR, Crisis Center

IL

Chicago


x


x




KY

Louisville

x


x



x


MI

Kalamazoo





x



MO

Benton

x


x





MT

Missoula


x

x


x

x


NJ

Jersey City

x*


x**




*but referrals can be made

**but treatment providers will be liaison

NM

Las Cruces


x


x


x*

*Yes FYI

NV

Duckwater


x


x

x

x


NV

Las Vegas (juvenile)

x



x




OH

Lancaster


x


x


x

Specialized Tx Services @ Mental Health Center

SC

Charleston

x


x



x


UT

Salt Lake City

x



x


x


 

F. Types of Agencies Providing Treatment Services and Number of Treatment Providers Serving Juvenile and Family Drug Courts

 

Chart II-F-1 depicts the variety of local agencies providing treatment services to juvenile drug courts. The most frequently used agencies are: local substance abuse agencies (65%) and private treatment providers (50%) .

 

Chart II-F-1: Types of Agencies Providing Treatment Services to Juvenile Drug Courts

State

Jurisdiction

Staff Sup. by Court

Pre-trial

Probation

Dept. Social Ser.

Dept. Juv. Ser.

TASC

Private Tx

Public Health

Local Subst Abus Ag

Other

AL

Birmingham









x

State MH-sponsored inpatient

AZ

Phoenix






x

x




CA

Auburn



x

x






Office of Education

CA

EL Dorado



x




x



Case Volunteers

CA

French camp



x






x

County Office of Education

CA

San Francisco

x






x

x

x


CA

San Jose







x


x

YWCA

CA

Tulare



x





x

x


DE

Wilmington







x


x


FL

Bartow

x










FL

Ft. Lauderdale









x


FL

Jacksonville

x



x

x


x

x


Safety council, cultural council, school system, Bridges foundation.

FL

Key West

x


x


x



x



FL

Orlando







x




FL

Pensacola (juvenile)







x




FL

Tampa









x

Several other private agencies

IL

Chicago

x


x



x

x

x

x


KY

Louisville










drug court staff, outpatient

MO

Benton









x


MT

Missoula







x


x


NJ

Jersey City

x






x



community mentor programs

NM

Las Cruces

x

x

x




x



DA, PD, Police, CASA, Public School

NV

Duckwater




x




x


Only one principal treatment provider = only IHS (Indian Health Services).

It is the Local Public Rural Mental Health Agency, not just Local Public Health.

IHS-RTC's, HHS Duckwater Shoshone Tribe

NV

Las Vegas (Juvenile)



x




x




OH

Lancaster

x


x


x*




x

*Court and alternative school

SC

Charleston


x

x


x




x


UT

Salt Lake City




x



x


x


 

Chart II-F-2 illustrates the number of different treatment providers servicing each of the responding juvenile drug courts. One half of the programs use one principal treatment provider Fifteen percent use 3-5 different treatment providers and another fifteen percent uses 6-8 providers. The staffing complement of the treatment component of drug courts generally includes full and part time clinical staff; full and part-time support staff; physical and mental health specials; and acupuncturists for those programs providing acupuncture. Case management services are generally provided by drug court staff or other local agencies (see Chart II-E-2 above).

 

Chart II-F-2: Number of Treatment Providers Used: Juvenile Drug Courts

 

State

Jurisdiction

1 Tx Provider

2 Tx Providers

3-5 Tx Providers

6-8 Tx Providers

8+ Tx Providers

AL

Birmingham



x



AZ

Phoenix


x




CA

Auburn

x





CA

EL Dorado

x





CA

San Francisco




x


CA

San Jose




x


CA

Tulare

x





DE

Wilmington

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



MT

Missoula




x


NJ

Jersey City

x





NM

Las Cruces

x





NV

Duckwater

x





NV

Las Vegas (Juvenile)

x





OH

Lancaster




x


SC

Charleston

x





UT

Salt Lake City



x



 

 

G. Frequency of Judicial Contact with Participants

 

1. Juvenile Drug Courts

 

Judges in 70% of the reporting juvenile drug courts maintain at least bi-weekly contact with participants through the conduct of in-court status hearings. The frequency of these hearings usually decreases as the participant progresses, with most programs conducting hearings every three weeks to one month when the participant enters the final phases of the program.

 

Chart II-G-1: Frequency of Judicial Contact with Juvenile Drug Court Participants Phases 1 and 2

 

State

Jurisdiction

PHASE I

     

PHASE II

     
   

Weekly

Every Other Week

Monthly

Other

Weekly

Every Other Week

Monthly

Other

AL

Birmingham

x





x



AZ

Phoenix

x





x



CA

Auburn


x




x

x


CA

EL Dorado


x


* Phase 4: only if a violation of probation and referred by probation



x


CA

French camp


x





x


CA

San Francisco

x







depends on individual

CA

San Jose


x





x


CA

Tulare


x





x


DE

Wilmington



x






FL

Bartow




as needed





FL

Ft. Lauderdale



x

x



x


FL

Jacksonville

x




x




FL

Key West



x




x


FL

Orlando




As needed; written reports are submitted monthly





FL

Pensacola (juvenile)

x





x



FL

Tampa


x


Depending on the drug usage and compliancy of the program


x


Depending on the drug usage and compliancy of the program

IL

Chicago


x





x


KY

Louisville

x





x



MI

Kalamazoo









MO

Benton


x




x



MT

Missoula

x




x




NJ

Jersey City

x





x



NM

Las Cruces


x




x



NV

Duckwater

x



Every other month in Phase 4



x


NV

Las Vegas



x




x


OH

Lancaster

x





x



SC

Charleston

x





x



UT

Salt Lake City




Usually every 4-6 weeks but depends on progress. Some may be seen weekly.





 

Chart II-G-2: Frequency of Judicial Contact with Juvenile Drug Court Participants Phase 3

 

State

Jurisdiction

PHASE III

       
   

Weekly

Every Other Week

Monthly

Other Month

Other

AL

Birmingham



x



AZ

Phoenix



x



CA

Auburn



x



CA

EL Dorado



x



CA

French camp





every six weeks

CA

San Francisco





depends on individual

CA

San Jose



x



CA

Tulare



x



FL

Bartow





to complete

FL

Ft. Lauderdale



x



FL

Jacksonville

x

x




FL

Key West



x



FL

Pensacola (juvenile)



x



FL

Tampa



x


Depending on the drug usage and compliancy of the program

IL

Chicago




x

Every other month

KY

Louisville



x



MO

Benton


x




MT

Missoula

x





NJ

Jersey City



x



NM

Las Cruces


x




NV

Duckwater



x

x

Every other month

NV

Las Vegas



x



OH

Lancaster



x



SC

Charleston



x



 

As Chart II-G-3 illustrates, the frequency of court contact with parents of juvenile participants is similar to that maintained with the juvenile,, at least during the first phase of the program and until the juvenile evidences the likelihood that he or she will successfully participate in the program.

 

Chart II-G-3: Frequency of Judicial Contact with Parents of Juvenile Drug Court Participants Phases 1 and 2

 

State

Jurisdiction

PHASE I

     

PHASE II

     
   

Weekly

Every Other Week

Monthly

Other

Weekly

Every Other Week

Monthly

Other

AL

Birmingham




as needed




as needed

AZ

Phoenix

x





x



CA

Auburn

x





x

x


CA

EL Dorado


x


Phase 4: If violation of probation



x


CA

San Francisco

x







depends on individual

CA

San Jose


x





x


CA

Tulare




At orientation and whenever parents come. Many parents work.




at orientation and whenever parents come. Many parents work.

DE

Wilmington



x






FL

Bartow




as needed





FL

Ft. Lauderdale



x




x


FL

Jacksonville

x




x

x



FL

Key West



x




x


FL

Orlando




As needed





FL

Pensacola (juvenile)

x





x



IL

Chicago


x





x


KY

Bowling Green




varies





KY

Louisville




as needed




as needed

MI

Kalamazoo


x







MO

Benton

x





x



MT

Missoula

x




x




NJ

Jersey City


x




x

x


NM

Las Cruces



x



x



NV

Duckwater

x








NV

Las Vegas

x






x


OH

Lancaster




Case by case basis. Weekly to every 4-6 weeks


x



SC

Charleston






x



 

 


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