The integrated JDC/RF model was initiated because JDC and RF are complementary models. Both focus on juveniles, and both contain evidence-based components needed for successful outcomes; however, there are differences. JDC details program components, and RF addresses elements in system approach. An integrated model embeds JDCs components with RF‘s system approach. This training guide for creating a unified JDC/RF model provides instruction in the modification of the typical logic model format; a combined list of JDC/RF activities; the incorporation of site-specific process data and JDC/RF initiative request for proposal (RFP); and the use of the logic model as a tool for program planning and implementation. A review of normative expectations for the integrated JDC/RF drug court logic model is presented. The expectations address the problems and sub-problems that will be targeted, program activities, output measures, and outcome measures. The training uses logic model activity, which includes working in site-specific groups of trainees, and comparing existing site activity with the integrated JDC/RF logic model. The training concludes with discussions and questions related to key activity challenges, strategies, and successes.