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Throughout the years, STOP Court has assisted in the reduction of harm from the use of controlled substances and a reduction in recidivism within the community. With the passage of HB during the Oregon Legislative session, the Criminal Justice Commission CJC was charged with developing evidence-based standards and best practices to be applied to specialty courts. The agencies that collaboratively implement STOP Court acknowledges the need to adjust the way we approach treatment and dosage for individual offenders based on risk and need, in addition to other factors.
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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.
Evidence Rating: Effective - One study. Date: This profile was posted on June 07, A drug court in Multnomah County, Ore.
As a response to the increase of drug and alcohol-abuse offenders in the criminal justice system and the level of recidivism, drug courts have been created to help alleviate caseload pressures, as well as expand to embrace the therapeutic jurisprudence model. This topic addresses the issues of planning, implementing, managing, and evaluating drug court programs. Links to related online resources are listed below.
The Mental Health and Addiction Certification Board of Oregon formerly ACCBO was founded in with the mission of certifying behavioral health professionals through competency-based evaluation of education, experience, and exams. The primary purpose of certification is an assurance that behavioral health workers have met minimum standards of competence, are ethically accountable to the general public at-large, and have contemporary knowledge evidenced through continuing education. Debra is Director of Multicultural Consultants, contracted to manage an array of behavioral health service programs within the Oregon Department of Corrections.
The Trauma-Informed Program will serve justice-involved adult residents of Clackamas County assessed to have either a substance abuse or co-occurring condition with a trauma diagnosis. Access to Adult Drug Court will also be expanded from 45 to 60 participants per year, with the 3-year total number of participants to be This enhanced program will further address the unique mixture of rural and suburban culture with multiple evidence based practices.