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Program GoalThe Rochester (N.Y.) Domestic Violence (DV) Court Judicial Monitoring program was designed to provide judicial monitoring by the court, which involved frequent court appearances by the domestic violence offender before a judge. The goal was to ensure compliance with program requirements and other court orders, and deter future violence ...
Program Goals Idaho’s Driving Under the Influence (DUI) Courts and Misdemeanor/DUI Courts use a comprehensive approach to address the underlying causes of driving under the influence. The approach involves a collaboration of various criminal justice actors, including judges, probation officers, and community-based service providers. DUI Courts focus primarily on altering the ...
Program Goals CASASTART (Striving Together to Achieve Rewarding Tomorrows), formerly known as Children at Risk, is a community-based, intensive case management model designed to keep high-risk 11- to 13-year-old youths free of substance abuse and delinquent involvement. Specifically, CASASTART seeks to prevent and reduce drug and alcohol use, promote good school ...
Program Goals The Engaging Moms Program (EMP) is a gender-specific, family-based intervention designed to help substance-abusing mothers participating in drug court maintain their parental rights. The program helps mothers demonstrate that they can be reunited with their children. It provides mothers the tools and services to comply with all court orders, ...
Program Goals/Target PopulationCulturally Focused Batterer Counseling is cognitive–behavioral group counseling specifically designed for African American men arrested for domestic violence. Culturally focused counseling identifies and addresses cultural issues that may reinforce violence or present barriers to stopping violence, such as prejudice in the criminal justice system, violence and crime in ...
Program Goals The DUII (Driving Under the Influence of Intoxicants) Intensive Supervision Program (DISP) in Multnomah County, Oregon, is a comprehensive 3-year program that includes swift sanctions, intensive probation, close monitoring, and mandatory treatment for repeat impaired-driving offenders. Its main goal is to change offenders’ thinking about the use of alcohol ...
Program Goals The Clarke County Victim Impact Panels (VIPs) is a restorative justice program operated through the courts. The main goal of VIPs is to keep offenders convicted of driving under the influence (DUI) from drinking and driving in the future. VIPs also allow DUI victims to express their personal trauma ...
Program Goals The San Francisco Behavioral Health Court (BHC) is a mental health court established in early 2003 in response to the increasing numbers of mentally ill defendants cycling through the jails and courts. The court aims to intensely monitor a subset of mentally ill offenders whose criminal behavior is directly ...
Program Goals/Program Theory The Oregon Drug Courts offer an alternative to a traditional court by providing intensive and comprehensive management of drug offenders, through increased treatment, monitoring and interaction with the Drug Court Judge, to achieve reductions in reoffending and better drug treatment outcomes for substance users. Reduced recidivism and improved treatment ...
Program Goals/Program Theory Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) is a therapeutic approach designed to treat individuals who are dealing with the aftermath of a traumatic life event, including children exposed to violence. The approach is guided by the adaptive information processing model. As the brain slowly processes memories of everyday ...
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