Therapeutic Specialty Courts

Clark County offers eight Therapeutic Specialty Court programs between both Superior and District Courts. Therapeutic Specialty Court programs offer treatment and other recovery support services in Clark County to help participants treat underlying substance abuse, mental health and/or co-occurring disorders while under the supervision of the court. The mission for each program is simple: help participants to get re-established in the community; improve skills and self-sufficiency; reduce cycle of addiction and crime; and help restore and reunite families.

These programs are based on 10 key components of effective drug courts outlined by the National Association of Drug Court Professionals, Therapeutic Jurisprudence and evidence-based best practices in substance abuse treatment.  Click here to learn more about drug courts.

 

Click here for the Web Report Form

 

DUE TO COVID-19 :   PLEASE SEE THE ATTACHMENTS FOR SUPPORT AND SERVICES:

 

ZOOM LINKS:

 

FTC  Dockets

3:00pm MONDAY - Family Treatment Court - Commissioner Ellis

 

Drug Court Dockets

10:30am    THURSDAY  AM - Adult Drug Court - Judge Collier

2:30pm     THURSDAY PM - Adult Drug Court - Judge Collier

12:00pm   FRIDAY - Residential DOSA Drug Court - Judge Collier

1:00pm     FRIDAY - DOSA/Drug Court In-Custody Docket - Judge Collier

Zoom help:

How to join a zoom meeting

Zoom audio & video help

 

 

Resource links:

CLIENT RESOURCES
CLIENT RESOURCES - VSD.NET

 

Drug Court/DOSA Participant Forms

Family Treatment Court Participant Forms

More Information on Superior Court Programs

Opt-In Forms for Attorneys

Local Statistics

 

Informational videos on our programs:

Family Treatment Court informative video

 

Drug Court informative video

 

Drug Court 15th Anniversary Celebration- May 2014

 

Drug Court 20th Anniversary Celebration - May 2019

 


 

More Information on District Court Programs

More Information on Juvenile Recovery Court

 



For more information about any of the Therapeutic Specialty Courts, please contact Shauna McCloskey at
(564) 397-2304 or email Shauna.Mccloskey@clark.wa.gov.