The Juvenile Drug Treatment Court (JDTC) Training and Technical Assistance Program (TTAC) projects are multifaceted and will strategically target the more than 320 JDTC programs that operate across diverse geographical locations throughout the U.S. The National Association of Drug Court Professionals (NADCP) provides this TTA in partnership with the National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges (NCJFCJ).
All Rise (formerly the National Association of Drug Court Professionals)
- Community Members
- Court Personnel
- Faith-Based Organizations
- Juvenile Justice Specialists
- Mental Health Professionals
- Mentoring Professionals
- Probation Officers
- School Personnel
- Social Services
- Youth Advocates
- Youth Services Professionals
- JDTC Team Members
The Juvenile Drug Treatment Court (JDTC) Training and Technical Assistance Program (TTAC) provides training and technical assistance to new and operational JDTCs to help them implement, monitor, and sustain effective practices for juveniles and their families. Their services include:
- In-person and virtual training.
- In-depth technical assistance.
- Webinars, publications, and other TTA resources for professional working in juvenile drug treatment courts and elsewhere in juvenile justice.
Operational JDTCs, OJJDP JDTC grantees, jurisdictions planning JDTCs, agencies delivering treatment or recovery management services to JDTCs, as well as all associated team members may be eligible. Contact All Rise for detailed eligibility for specific TTA events.
Products include onsite training, regional trainings, the All Rise national conference, live and archived webinars, online training opportunities, national listserv of operational JDTC programs and treatment providers, TTA needs assessment, and online/interactive map of programs.
- Specialty Courts