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1 Families Veterans Mothers Redemption Transformation Recovery Teamwork Innovative Courageous Structure Compassion Leadership Criminal Justice Reform PIONEERING Accountability Evidence-Based Successful Historic Community Trailblazing Healthy Reducing Crime Saving Lives Saving Money Drug-Free Babies Accountability EVIDENCE-BASED Pioneering Innovative Leadership Saving Lives ALL RISE Clean and SOBER Reducing Crime Transformation Compassion Healthy Veterans NADCP 20th Annual Training Conference Anaheim, CA May 28-31, 2014

2 Celebrating 25 Years of Drug Court Happy 25th Anniversary Drug Courts! Twenty five years ago in Miami-Dade County, Florida, a combination of ingenuity, creativity, and collaboration mixed with a stubborn resolve that would no longer accept a broken justice system for the addicted and mentally-ill. The result was Drug Court, and no other innovation in social justice can claim a greater impact. Since then, communities all across the U.S. and around the globe have confronted the outcomes of those being released from juvenile detention centers, jails and prison, and those who had no hope at regaining custody of their children in the traditional family court system. In doing so, you refused to turn a blind eye to the fact that too many untreated drug, alcohol and mentally-ill offenders were not getting the help they needed to get their lives restored and families back. Today, over 2,840 Drug Courts are in operation in all fifty states and U.S. territories, successfully treating 142,000 drug-addicted individuals a year. After 25 years, Drug Courts have saved over 1.3 million lives and billions of tax dollars, forever changing the course of a predominate lock em up philosophy in America and proving once and for all that treatment does work when accompanied by accountability. Due in large part to the extraordinary success of Drug Courts, after four decades of escalating prison populations, the rate of incarceration in the U.S. has dropped three consecutive years! And, it s estimated that 17 States are now expected to lower prisoner populations and save billions through innovative justice reforms including significant Drug Court expansion. This week, special guests from the worlds of government and entertainment will help us celebrate Drug Court s past and future. But don t lose sight of one fact you are the future of Drug Court. This historic conference celebrates you the people who work tirelessly to unencumber so many from the weight of addiction. Over the last two and a half decades, Drug Court practitioners have made a profound impact on so many and forever changed the face of the justice system in the United States and around the world. Thank you and congratulations! Enjoy the conference! Sincerely, West Huddleston CEO

3 NADCP Anaheim, CA 2014 Acknowledgements Many thanks to our federal partners for their ongoing efforts and support of Drug Courts and other Problem-Solving Courts throughout the nation: Additional thanks to our other partners whose efforts contribute to this conference: The views expressed in written conference materials or publications and by speakers and moderators at HHS-sponsored conferences do not necessarily reflect the official policy of the Department of Health and Human Services or the Department of Justice; nor does mention of trade names, commercial practices, or organizations imply endorsement by the U.S. Government. 1

4 Celebrating 25 Years of Drug Court Corporate Members Many thanks to the NADCP Corporate members The NADCP Corporate Members give generously to support our efforts on behalf of Drug Courts, DWI Courts, and Veterans Treatment Courts everywhere. CHAMPION MEMBER PIONEER MEMBERS GOLD MEMBERS SILVER MEMBERS BRONZE MEMBERS 2 NADCP 20th ANNUAL TRAINING CONFERENCE

5 NADCP Anaheim, CA 2014 Table of Contents NADCP Staff... 4 NADCP Board of Directors... 5 Discipline Specific Breakouts... 6 Stanley M. Goldstein Hall of Fame... 8 State Associations and other Meetings... 9 Drug Court Expo Schedule Featured Guests Conference At-A-Glance Training Track Descriptions Wednesday Schedule Thursday Schedule Friday Schedule Saturday Schedule Drug Court Expo Exhibitor Listing Convention Center Floor Plan Session Tables NADCP welcomes the diversity of methods and opinions shared through the interactive format of this conference. NADCP does not necessarily endorse all of the viewpoints expressed. 3

6 Celebrating 25 Years of Drug Court Staff Joyce Barrow Project Director Percy Brooks Registrar Jennifer Columbel Senior Director, Public Policy Vanessa Cunningham Research Coordinator Kristen Deutsch Director of Development Chris Deutsch Director of Communications Melissa Fitzgerald Senior Director, Justice For Vets Carson Fox Chief Operating Officer Bonnie Greenslade Training Coordinator Ingrid Gutierrez Training Coordinator Carolyn Hardin Senior Director National Drug Court Institute Sonya Harper Project Director Ashley Harron Associate Chief of Science, Law and Policy West Huddleston Chief Executive Officer Clifford Jacobs Training Coordinator Hon. J. Michael Kavanaugh Senior Director National Center for DWI Courts Jennifer Lubold Director of Conferences Douglas Marlowe, Ph.D., J.D. Chief of Science, Law and Policy Janet McCuller Chief Financial Officer Meisha Moody Office Manager Jontelle Niblock Accounting Technician Brittney Parks Communications Coordinator Rhonda Pence Public Relations Manager Mike Soussi-Tanani Associate Director of Conferences Frank Stewart Special Assistant to the CEO Scott Swain Project Director Clyde J. (Butch) Tate II Major General, US Army (Retired) Senior Fellow for Veteran Legal Affairs Tonya Voelker Assoc. Director of Legislative Affairs Iesha Ward Receptionist RESOURCE CONSULTANTS Hon. Jeri Beth Cohen Senior Judicial Fellow Hon. William G. Meyer (ret.) Senior Judicial Fellow Former Congressman Jim Ramstad Senior Policy Analyst The NADCP, NCDC, NDCI, and Justice for Vets staff provide technical assistance and training, host this annual training conference, provide advocacy, sponsor research, disseminate information and provide a number of other services to the field throughout the year. We are indebted to our staff for all their hard work. NADCP PROMISE STATEMENT: To champion proven strategies within the judicial system that empower drug-using offenders to change their lives. NADCP MISSION STATEMENT: We will not rest until there are Drug Courts and other Problem-Solving Courts within reach of every person in need. 4 NADCP 20th ANNUAL TRAINING CONFERENCE

7 NADCP Anaheim, CA 2014 Board of Directors Hon. Jeff Bagley Cumming, GA Hon. Michael Barrasse Scranton, PA Hon. Rogelio Flores Santa Maria, CA Hon. Richard Gebelein Wilmington, DE Hon. Pamela Gray Washington, DC Hon. Bob Helfrich Hattiesburg, MS Scott Henggeler, Ph.D. Charleston, SC Domingo Herraiz Washington, DC Earl Hightower Studio City, CA Mary Kay Hudson Indianapolis, IN Mack Jenkins San Diego, CA Chief Russell B. Laine Algonquin, IL Hon. Leonia J. Lloyd Detroit, MI Hon. Stephen Manley San Jose, CA General Barry R. McCaffrey (USA Ret.) Seattle, WA Connie Payne Frankfort, KY Hon. Louis Presenza (Emeritus) Philadelphia, PA Hon. Robert Rancourt Center City, MN Hon. Ruben Reyes Lubbock, TX Lynn Richardson Dallas, TX Charles R. Robinson Austin, TX Hon. Robert Russell (Emeritus) Buffalo, NY Hon. John R. Schwartz (Emeritus) Rochester, NY Hon. Chuck Simmons Greenville, SC Hon. Keith Starrett (Chair) Hattiesburg, MS Hon. Jeff Tauber (Emeritus) Albany, CA The NADCP Board of Directors works tirelessly on behalf of the Drug Court field. These individuals give generously of their time, energy, and expertise throughout the year to ensure we move towards our goal of putting a Drug Court within reach of every American in need. Please take the opportunity to thank your Board members for their dedication! 5

8 Celebrating 25 Years of Drug Court Discipline Specific Breakouts Anaheim Convention Center Want to know what sessions you should attend? Have questions about the conference agenda? Need to discuss burning issues impacting your program? This year s discipline-specific sessions are for you!! This year s conference includes opportunities for disciplines to meet and resolve burning issues and critical questions. Starting on Wednesday morning at 7:30 am, enjoy continental breakfast in the Marriott Ballroom Foyer or the Anaheim Convention Center Level 2 Foyer and report to the breakout designated for your discipline. An expert practitioner who shares your role on the team will facilitate the breakout. The facilitator will review the conference program, identify sessions specifically designed for your role on the team, and lead discussion to address your burning issues. Then, on Saturday, May 31, from 8:00-9:15 am, the discipline-specific groups will reconvene to further triage burning issues, and your facilitator will continue to suggest additional resources, so you can make the most from your conference experience! Plus, by attending the discipline breakouts, you will have the opportunity to meet other conference attendees who share your role in the Drug Court or other Problem-Solving Court! Wednesday, May 28 7:30 A.M. 8:45 A.M. Speaker Room DSB-1 Treatment Providers Adults Terrence Walton 201A/B DSB-2 Administrators/Coordinators Michael Princevalli 201C/D DSB-3 Judges/Adult and Federal Hon. Peggy Davis 202A/B DSB-4 Treatment Providers Juvenile Steve Hanson 203A/B DSB-5 Child Protection Services Russ Bermejo 204A DSB-6 Judges/Juvenile Courts Hon. Alan Blankenship 204C DSB-7 Law Enforcement Vanessa Price 205A/B DSB-8 Judges Family Drug Courts Hon. Phillip Britt 204B DSB-9 Prosecutors Mike Loeffler 213C/D DSB-10 Defense Attorneys Jim Egar 207A/B DSB-11 Community Supervision/Probation Services Adult Courts Karen Barnes 207C/D DSB-12 Mental Health Court Eric Olson 208A/B DSB-13 Researchers and Evaluators Anne Dannerbeck Janku 211A DSB-14 Community Supervision/Probation Services Juvenile Courts Michael Roman 209A/B DSB-15 Non-Judicial Federal Reentry Court Charles Robinson 210A/B DSB-16 DWI Court Hon. J. Michael Kavanaugh (ret.) 210C/D DSB-17 Tribal Donna Humetewa-Kaye 212A/B DSB-18 Tribal Judges Hon. Charlene Jackson 213A/B 6 NADCP 20th ANNUAL TRAINING CONFERENCE

9 NADCP Anaheim, CA 2014 Saturday, May 31 8:00 A.M. 9:15 A.M. Speaker Room DSB-1 Treatment Providers Adults Terrence Walton 201A/B DSB-2 Administrators/Coordinators Michael Princevalli 201C/D DSB-3 Judges/Adult and Federal Hon. Peggy Davis 202A/B DSB-4 Treatment Providers Juvenile Steve Hanson 203A/B DSB-5 Child Protection Services Russ Bermejo 204A DSB-6 Judges/Juvenile Courts Hon. Alan Blankenship 204C DSB-7 Law Enforcement Vanessa Price 205A/B DSB-8 Judges Family Drug Courts Hon. Phillip Britt 204B DSB-9 Prosecutors Mike Loeffler 213C DSB-10 Defense Attorneys Jim Egar 207A/B DSB-11 Community Supervision/Probation Services Adult Courts Karen Barnes 207C/D DSB-12 Mental Health Court Eric Olson 208A/B DSB-13 Researchers and Evaluators Anne Dannerbeck Janku 211A DSB-14 Community Supervision/Probation Services Juvenile Courts Michael Roman 209A/B DSB-15 Non-Judicial Federal Reentry Court Charles Robinson 210A/B DSB-16 DWI Court Hon. J. Michael Kavanaugh (ret.) 210C/D DSB-17 Tribal Donna Humetewa-Kaye 212A/B DSB-18 Tribal Judges Hon. Charlene Jackson 213A 7

10 Celebrating 25 Years of Drug Court Stanley M. Goldstein Drug Court Hall of Fame The following list of Drug Court practitioners have distinguished themselves over the years through their innovation and leadership and have been formally inducted into the Stanley M. Goldstein Drug Court Hall of Fame. This year s winner will be inducted at Saturday s closing ceremony Judge Judy Lambert; Frankfort, KY Henry Pirowski; Buffalo, NY Marilyn Roberts; Washington, DC Judge Jeffrey Tauber; Berkeley, CA 2003 Judge Melanie G. May; West Palm Beach, FL Judge Stephen Manley; Santa Clara, CA Judge Robert P. Ziemian; South Boston, MA 2004 Judge Mary Noble; Lexington, KY Judge Robert T. Russell; Buffalo, NY 2005 Caroline Cooper; Washington, DC Judge Lou Presenza; Philadelphia, PA 2006 Judge Karen Freeman-Wilson (ret.); Gary, IN Tim Smith; San Diego, CA 2007 Judge William G. Schma; Kalamazoo, MI Judge John Schwartz; Rochester, NY 2008 Judge Darrell W. Stevens (posthumous); Chico, CA Ann Wilson; Jefferson City, MO 2009 Chief Justice Daniel T. Eismann; Boise, ID Judge Charles Chuck Simmons; Greenville, SC 2010 Rose Ewing; Tulsa, OK 2011 Judge John E. Girardeau; Hall County, GA Chief Justice William Ray Price; Jefferson City, MO Earl Hightower; Studio City, CA 2012 Judge Joanne Smith; Ramsey County, MN 2013 Helen Harberts; Chico, CA Judge Robert Rancourt; Center County, MN Previous recipients of distinguished leadership awards from were grandfathered into the Drug Court Hall of Fame in 2002: Joe Brann; Washington, DC Bennett H. Brummer; Miami, FL Judge John Creuzot; Dallas, TX Lolita Curtis; Alexandria, VA Michael Smith, M.D.; Bronx, NY Katherine Fernandez-Rundle; Miami, FL Judge Robert Fogan; Fort Lauderdale, FL Luceille Fleming; Columbus, OH Edward T. Foote; Miami, FL Ron George; Sacramento, CA Judge Michael Getty; Chicago, IL Judge Stanley Goldstein; Miami, FL Judge Harl Haas; Portland, OR Chief Justice Major B. Harding; Tallahassee, FL Judge Peggy Fulton Hora (ret.); Castro Valley, CA Judge William Hunter; Franklin, LA Michael Judge; Los Angeles, CA Fran Jursco; San Francisco, CA Judge Herbert M. Klein; Miami, FL Judge Jack Lehman; Las Vegas, NV Barry Mahoney, Ph.D.; Denver, CO General Barry McCaffrey; Washington, DC Claire McCaskill; Kansas City, MO Israel Milton; Miami, FL Judge James Milliken; San Diego, CA Judge Patrick Morris; San Bernardino, CA Timothy Murray; Washington, DC Bill Ritter; Denver, CO Attorney General Janet Reno; Washington, DC Assistant Attorney General Laurie Robinson; Washington, DC Deputy Associate Attorney General Reggie Robinson; Washington, DC Frank Tapia; Oakland, CA Bill Vickery; San Francisco, CA Janna Walker; Broken Arrow, OK Andrew Wells; Vienna, Austria Judge Gerald Wetherington; Miami, FL 8 NADCP 20th ANNUAL TRAINING CONFERENCE

11 NADCP Anaheim, CA Step Meetings Marriott Suite 312, 3rd Floor, Palms Tower Alcoholics Anonymous, Narcotics Anonymous, and Cocaine Anonymous Meetings WEDNESDAY MAY 28 THURSDAY MAY 29 FRIDAY MAY 30 SATURDAY MAY 31 6:30 a.m. AA (Closed) AA (Closed) AA (Closed) AA (Closed) 12:00 p.m. MA CA MA 6:30 p.m. CA NA NA 7:30 p.m. NA MA CA 8:30 p.m. AA (Open) NA NA (Open) State Associations and Committee Meetings State association meetings have been scheduled throughout this conference. They will be listed in the day s ancillary activities. Please check to see if your state s association has scheduled a gathering. Do you want to schedule a state association meeting? A limited number of Pop-up rooms and sessions may be available! Just approach any NADCP/NDCI staff member and ask them to get you in touch with Jennifer Lubold who will assign you to a room. Tuesday, May 27 State Drug Court Coordinators Meeting 1:00 p.m. 5:00 p.m. Orange County Ballroom, Salon 4, Marriott Council of State Drug Court Associations Council of State Drug Court Associations Meeting (State Delegates Only) Wednesday, May 28 12:00 p.m. 2:00 p.m. Newport Beach/Rancho Las Palmas, Lower Level, Marriott Wednesday, May 28 California Association of Drug Court Professionals Members Only Meeting 11:30 a.m. 12:30 p.m. Light refreshments served Open Meeting 12:30 p.m. 1:30 p.m. Presentation on California Re-Entry Courts La Jolla/Los Angeles, Marriott Council of State Drug Court Associations (CSDCA) 12:00 p.m. 2:00 p.m. Newport Beach/Rancho Las Palmas Lower Level, Marriott Texas Association of Drug Court Professionals Annual Meeting 12:15 p.m. 1:45 p.m. Grand Ballroom C/D, Marriott OJJDP Family Drug Court Program Grantee Meeting 1:00 p.m. 2:00 p.m. Grand Ballroom A/B, Marriott Thursday, May 29 New England Association of Drug Court Professionals (NEADCP) Annual Meeting 11:45 a.m. 1:15 p.m. 202 A/B, Anaheim Convention Center Friday, May 30 New Jersey Drug Court Lunch Meeting 11:30 a.m. 1:00 p.m. Desert Springs, Lower Level, Marriott Thurgood Marshall Action Coalition, Inc. (TMAC) Annual Meeting 6:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m. Marquis Northeast, Marriott 9

12 Celebrating 25 Years of Drug Court Drug Court Expo Schedule Anaheim Convention Center, Hall A Wednesday, May 28 5:30 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 25th Anniversary Party and Expo Opening Reception Thursday, May 29 7:00 a.m. 7:45 a.m. Expo Open with continental breakfast for all attendees 10:00 a.m. 2:00 p.m. Expo Open with lunch concessions offered at 11:45 a.m. 5:30 p.m. 7:00 p.m. Dessert Reception Friday, May 30 7:00 a.m. 7:45 a.m. Expo Open with continental breakfast for all attendees 7:00 a.m. 1:00 p.m. Drug Court Expo Open Drug Court Expo Opening Reception Come Celebrate 25 Years of Drug Court! Wednesday, May 28 from 5:30 p.m. 7:30 p.m. Anaheim Convention Center, Hall A We Welcome You Back To The Future 1989 was a big year. Mikhail Gorbachev was named the Soviet president. Colin Powell became the first African American Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, and Field of Dreams was a box office blockbuster. But it was also in 1989 that the first Drug Court opened and brought an exciting new alternative to non-violent drug offenders. Now, 25 years later, it s time to party like it s Watch for some surprise performances at our Opening Reception and come ready to dance to the 80s maybe even The Electric Slide or The Robot. Join us and help us to remember why 1989 was a really important year. Drug Court Expo Dessert Reception! Thursday, May 29 from 5:30 p.m. 7:00 p.m. Anaheim Convention Center, Hall A Join us in the Drug Court Expo for a night of delicious desserts. This reception gives you a chance to network with the exhibitors and your peers. You can see cutting edge technology and services available to Drug Courts around the world. And while you re there, we ask you thank our great exhibitors for their support. 10 NADCP 20th ANNUAL TRAINING CONFERENCE

13 NADCP Anaheim, CA 2014 Featured Guests Jonathan Blodgett National District Attorneys Association Michael Botticelli Acting Director Office of National Drug Control Policy Dr. Westley Clark Director Center for Substance Abuse Treatment The Honorable Nathan Deal Governor, Georgia Melanie Griffith Actress Robert Listenbee Administrator Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention Tim Murray Executive Director Pretrial Justice Institute Chuck Noerenberg President National Alliance for Drug Endangered Children Denise O Donnell Director Bureau of Justice Assistance Matthew Perry Actor All Rise Ambassador Former Congressman Jim Ramstad (R) Minnesota Denise Richards Actress Lynn Richardson National Legal Aid and Defender Association The Honorable Mark R. Rosekind, PhD National Transportation Safety Board Kevin Sabet Co-founder Project SAM (Smart Approaches to Marijuana) Martin Sheen Actor Ambassador Paul E. Simons Executive Secretary Inter-American Drug Abuse Control Commission of the Organization of American States Paul Williams Singer, Songwriter, Actor, Author and Recovery Advocate 11

14 PRESENTS Rock Legends The American Vinyl All Star Band A BeneFiT ConCeRT FeATuRinG Jeffery Skunk Baxter (Doobie brothers/steely Dan) Barry Goudreau & Fran Sheehan (formerly of the band boston) Leroy LSR Romans (the Wailers/3rd WorlD) Robert Mousey Thomson (James brown) Danny Beissel (FosterchilD) & guest stars Hugh McDonald (bon Jovi) Charlie Colin (train) may 29 AnAheim Convention Center Doors open at 7 PM $30 General admission $25 active duty BUy your tickets today! or at registration with emcee DeniSe RiCHARDS

15 Conference At-A-Glance Conference At-A-Glance

16 THIS YEAR! 21.5 hours of social work continuing education credits approved by NASW Continuing Education Online Only Visit or the CLE/CJE/CEU desk at the Anaheim Convention Center, Lobby A, onsite for further instructions. To receive continuing education credits you must register with YOUR address. Deadline to submit evaluations: Arkansas: June 10, 2014 All other states: June 20, 2014 NADCP understands the importance of providing you with excellent education and we recognize the growing demand for Continuing Education evaluation and certificates in an online format. We are proud to provide an online system and simplify the process for you. You will be able to complete your evaluations and get your certificate up until June 10 (Arkansas) and June 20, 2014 (all other states). Continuing legal education (CLE) and continuing judicial education (CJE) credits will be offered for attorneys and judges attending the conference. Continuing education units (CEU) will be offered for mental health, social work, and drug addiction treatment professionals. A link will be sent to the address you provided when you registered. This will give you access to the session evaluations, post conference evaluation, and your certificate (#, State, type of certificate) in order to get credit. To receive CLE, CJE, or CEU credits, you must register with YOUR address. If you don t have an address or did not provide one when you registered see the onsite CLE/CJE/CEU desk or Ann Wilson at for assistance. Attendees cannot use another attendee s link to access the survey as the certificate will be in another person s name. You must record each session you attended online in order to receive credit. Pre-approval of hours will still continue as in years past, and reports will still be made to states requiring reports from the provider. All reports will be based on the online evaluation and attendance that you complete. In order to receive credits, all evaluations must be completed in the online system by June 10 (Arkansas) and June 20, 2014 (all other states). Make sure to visit the CLE/CJE/CEU desk during the conference to obtain State required certificates (primarily CLE and CJE), to sign-in (CA CLE) and to ensure you are completing everything necessary to receive credit. NADCP is a NAADAC-approved education provider. This program is Approved by the National Assocation of Social Workers (Approval # ) for 21.5 Social Work continuing education contact hours. Come to Your Senses Anaheim Marriott, Grand Ballroom G/H The Refuge, a Healing Place offers a full continuum of care for both men and women suffering from PTSD, Trauma, Substance Abuse, and Process Addictions. The Refuge treatment model utilizes holistic methods and experiential approaches to provide a safe and nurturing environment to heal. The work we are here to do is to transform the world. In order to transform the world we must first transform the mind. Meditation is a means to transform the mind. The morning guided meditations will provide grounding, energy and a mindfulness which will support the individual, the conference, the Drug Courts, and the world. Space is limited. Wednesday, May 28 7:00 a.m. 7:20 a.m. Grand Ballroom G/H Anaheim Marriott Thursday, May 29 7:00 a.m. 7:20 a.m. Grand Ballroom G/H Anaheim Marriott Friday, May 30 7:00 a.m. 7:20 a.m. Grand Ballroom G/H Anaheim Marriott

17 NADCP Anaheim, CA 2014 Conference At-A-Glance All events will be at the Anaheim Convention Center unless noted otherwise. TUESDAY, MAY 27, 2014 TIME EVENT ROOM 1:00 p.m. 5:00 p.m. State Drug Court Coordinators Meeting Orange County Ballroom, Salon 4, Marriott 2:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. Registration Convention Center Lobby A WEDNESDAY, MAY 28, 2014 DISCIPLINE SPECIFIC BREAKOUTS, SKILLS BUILDING WORKSHOPS AND DRUG COURT EXPO OPENING RECEPTION TIME EVENT ROOM 7:00 a.m. 7:20 a.m. Come to Your Senses (Facilitated Meditation) Grand Ballroom G/H, Marriott 7:00 a.m. 8:00 a.m. Continental Breakfast Convention Center Lobby and Marriott Ballroom Foyer 7:00 a.m. 5:30 p.m. Registration Convention Center Lobby A 7:30 a.m. 8:45 a.m. Discipline Specific Breakouts See Page 6 9:00 a.m. 12:00 p.m. Skills Building Workshops SB-1 Alcohol Monitoring: Best Practices for Selecting the Right Tools to Fit Each Client s Risks and Needs 213 C/D SB-2 Effective Strategies in Juvenile Drug Court 207 C/D SB-3 Case Management 202 A/B SB-4 DWI Court Forum 209 A/B SB-5 Incentives and Sanctions: Best Practices 204 B SB-6 Target Population: Best Practices 213 A/B SB-7 HEAT 201 C/D SB-8 Ancillary Services: Best Practices 205 A/B SB-9 America s Worst Drug Epidemic: How Did We Get Here and What Can We Do About It? 210 A/B SB-10 Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Trauma and Substance Abuse But Were Afraid to Ask: Now You Can! 210 C/D SB-11 Legal Issues in Adult Drug Court: Best Practices 207 A/B SB-12 Historically Disadvantaged Groups: Best Practices 204 A SB-13 The Critical Role of the Team: Best Practices 203 A/B SB-14 Co-Occurring Disorders: What Legal, Supervision, and Case Management Professionals Should Know 212 A/B SB-15 Grant Information From a Panel of Federal Experts 204 C SB-16 Listening to Themes: Trauma-informed Treatment 201 A/B 12:00 p.m. 2:00 p.m. Council of Drug Court Associations Meeting (State Delegates only) Newport Beach/Rancho Las Palmas, Marriott 15

18 Celebrating 25 Years of Drug Court WEDNESDAY, MAY 28, 2014 DISCIPLINE SPECIFIC BREAKOUTS, SKILLS BUILDING WORKSHOPS AND DRUG COURT EXPO OPENING RECEPTION TIME EVENT ROOM 2:00 p.m. 5:00 p.m. Skills Building Workshops SB-17 Real World Perspectives on the Use of VIVITROL (naltrexone for extended-release injectable suspension) in Specialty Courts 213 C/D SB-18 Drug Testing: Best Practices 210 C/D SB-19 Data, Evaluation, and Fidelity to the Model: Best Practices 207 A/B SB-20 DWI Court Forum 209 A/B SB-21 Incentives and Sanctions: Best Practices 204 B SB-22 New Directions for Problem-Solving Courts 202 A/B SB-24 Tribal Nations Forum 204 A SB-25 Reentry Court on Steroids 213 A/B SB-26 Mental Illness, Recovery, and Procedural Fairness: Challenges and New Directions for Treatment Courts 204 C SB-27 Heroin Resurgence and Prescription Opiates: Critical Issues in Diagnosis and Treatment 201 A/B SB-28 The Use of Medication Assisted Treatment: What Drug Court Professionals Need to Know 205 A/B SB-29 HEAT 201 C/D SB-30 Tested and Proven: Utilization of Recovery Support Specialists as a Key Engagement and Retention Strategy in FDC (and Beyond) 203 A/B SB-31 Recovery Strategies in the Drug Court Environment 212 A/B SB-32 Supervision 210 A/B 5:30p.m. 7:30p.m. Drug Court Expo Opening Reception (Come Celebrate 25 Years of Drug Court) Exhibit Hall A For Attorneys and Judges!! The NADCP 20th Annual Training Conference includes an unprecedented number of legal sessions. Sessions include Ethics, Immigration, Due Process, Prosecutor s Role in Drug Court, Defense Attorney s Role in Drug Court, Federal Confidentiality Laws, and much more! With two tracks devoted to legal sessions, along with several Skills Building Sessions and Concurrent General Sessions, this year s conference is an even greater tool for the lawyer or judge working in a Problem-Solving Court. Please check with the Continuing Education booth in the Registration area of the Anaheim Convention Center to get more information on possible CLE credit for your attendance. Thanks for all your hard work in the Drug Court field! 16 NADCP 20th ANNUAL TRAINING CONFERENCE

19 NADCP Anaheim, CA 2014 THURSDAY, MAY 29, 2014 OPENING CEREMONY AND CONCURRENT WORKSHOPS SESSION A, B, C, AND D TIME EVENT ROOM 7:00 a.m. 7:20 a.m. Come to Your Senses (Facilitated Meditation) Grand Ballroom G/H, Marriott 7:00 a.m. 8:00 a.m. Continental Breakfast Exhibit Hall A 7:00 a.m. 5:30 p.m. Registration (Closed During Opening Ceremony) Convention Center Lobby A 8:00 a.m. 10:00 a.m. Opening Ceremony Arena 10:00a.m. 2:00 p.m. Drug Court Expo Hall Open Exhibit Hall A 10:30 a.m. 11:45 a.m. Concurrent Workshops Session A A-1 Ten Key Components and the Research 201 A/B A-2 Parents are Adults Too--Implementing Adult Best Practices in Family Drug Courts: Bridging Opportunities for System Change and Program Fidelity 201 C A-3 Sixteen Strategies and Effective Practice in Juvenile Drug Courts 201 D A-4 Mental Health Courts A-Z 202 A/B A-5 What Juvenile Drug Courts Need to Know About Providing Effective Services for Youth With Co-Occuring Disorders 203 A/B A-6 Cultural Competency 101: An Introduction 204 A A-7 Statewide Outcome and Cost-Benefit Analysis - Lessons Learned 204 C A-8 Cocaine 204 B A-9 Critical Role of Risk/Need in Building Incentives and Sanctions 207 C/D A-10 Supervision to Support Recovery and Public Safety 206 A/B A-11 Trauma Informed Approaches: A Judicial Perspective 210 D A-12 HEAT Update 205 A/B A-13 Implementing and Supporting Trauma-Informed Juvenile Justice Practices: Lessons Learned from the National Child Traumatic Stress Network 208 A/B A-14 San Diego Specialty Court Perspectives on the Use of VIVITROL (naltrexone for extended-release injectable suspension) 210 A/B A-15 Is it Heroin or Prescription Drugs? 209 A/B A-16 The Ten Guiding Principles of DWI Courts 210 C A-17 Procedural Justice: Improving Court Outcomes Through Enhanced Perceptions of Fairness 207 A/B A-18 The New ASAM Criteria: Implications for Drug Courts and Treatment Providers 213 C/D A-19 Incorporating Native Culture and Tradition 211 B A-20 Five Ways to Wreck Your Career: Ethics for Treatment Providers 212 A/B A-21 Incorporating Criminogenic Risks/Needs, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Needs to Reduce Recidivism and Promote Recovery 213 B A-22 Marketing Your Drug Court to Local Officials 213 A A-23 Los Mejor Estándares de Práctica e Investigación 211 A 11:45 a.m. 1:00 p.m. Concessions for Purchase in Drug Court Expo Exhibit Hall A 17

20 Celebrating 25 Years of Drug Court THURSDAY, MAY 29, 2014 OPENING CEREMONY AND CONCURRENT WORKSHOPS SESSION A, B, C, AND D TIME EVENT ROOM 1:15 p.m. 2:30 p.m. Concurrent Workshops Session B B-1 Building a Multi-Disciplinary Team 201 A/B B-2 Closed Doors or Welcome Mat? Opening the Way for Medically Assisted Treatment in FDC 201 C B-3 Forming a Lasting Partnership Between the Courts and Treatment 201 D B-4 Evaluating Your Mental Health Court 202 A/B B-5 Review of NDCI s New Curriculum on Best Practices with Co-Occurring Populations 203 A/B B-6 How to Effectively Work with Native Participants 204 A B-7 Visual Performance Feedback in Drug Court: A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words 204 C B-8 Alcohol 204 B B-9 Fundamentals of Incentives and Sanctions in Adult Drug Court 207 C/D B-10 The Smoking Gun: The Role of Law Enforcement and Ethical Issues in a Drug Court Setting 206 A/B B-11 Border Towns: Special Issues to Consider for Drug Courts on the US/Mexican Border 210 D B-12 From the Needle to the Pen: Telling it Like it is! Addicted to Drugs or Addicted to the Lifestyle 205 A/B B-13 New Directions in PTSD Definition and Treatment 208 A/B B-14 What s in Your Drug Screen? 210 A/B B-15 24/7 Alcohol Monitoring of Offenders Pretrial and Postrial 209 A/B B-16 Impaired Driving Risk Assessment: What Practitioners Need to Know 210 C B-17 Adoption & Safe Families Act: What Does it Mean for Family Drug Courts? 207 A/B B-18 Guiding System-Level Change: Developing a Comprehensive Plan for Integrating Innovative Programs into Drug Court 213 C/D B-19 Native American Treatment and Clinical Strategies for Traveling the Wellness Road 211B B-20 The Zealous Advocate: Defining the Defense Counsel Role as it Applies to Best Practice Standards 212 A/B B-21 Closing a Service Gap: A Juvenile Drug Court Model to Serve Low to Moderate Risk, High Needs 213 B B-22 Using Treatment Mapping to Maximize Community Treatment Resources and Reduce Gaps in Services for Offenders 213 A B-23 Condado de Queens, NY, Tribunal de Manjar Bajo la Influencia de Alcohol, 7 años de éxito probado 211 A 18 NADCP 20th ANNUAL TRAINING CONFERENCE

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