1 Lycoming County Adult Treatment Court Participant Handbook * This handbook is to be used as a general guide to The Lycoming County Treatment Court Program. It is not intended to answer specific questions regarding your case(s) or parole/probation. Please direct these questions to your attorney or probation officer.
2 LYCOMING COUNTY TREATMENT COURT INTRODUCTION AND OVERVIEW MISSION From the mid-1980 s through today, the local criminal justice system has been inundated with alcohol, drug and drug-related cases. Changes in DUI and drug laws, as well as in sentencing guidelines, have filled jails and prisons but have done little to reduce the cycle of addiction and criminal activity and its effect on public safety. Over the past 20 years, hundreds of jurisdictions nationwide have piloted innovative approaches to alcohol and other drug-related offenders. This approach combines intensive alcohol and other drug treatment and increased court supervision to maximize the chances that addicted defendants will maintain substance and crime free lifestyles. For these reasons, the Lycoming County Court of Common Pleas has instituted its Lycoming County Treatment Court Programs. The goal of the Treatment Courts is to reduce alcohol and other drug abuse, reduce recidivism, and reduce the criminal caseloads of the Court s docket through diversion of select cases. The crux of the Treatment Court Programs is a heightened level of judicial involvement and intensive probation supervision. Direct and frequent contact between the offender and Judge motivates program compliance. Additionally, immediate judicial reaction to successes and failures encourages the participant s rehabilitation.
3 APPLICATION AND APPROVAL PROCESS AND COURT APPEARANCES ELIGIBILITY To be eligible for the Treatment Court Program, the offender must be a substance dependent adult charged with a non-violent, non-drug trafficking offense. The applicant must not have a past record of violent felony offenses. The following offenses are excluded from consideration: * Drug delivery (or possession with intent to deliver) more than 2.5 grams of cocaine, 1 gram of heroin, 1 pound of marijuana; * Homicide * Felony one Burglary * Felony one or two Robbery * Kidnapping * Aggravated Assault * Weapon offenses/other charges involving a firearm * Sexual Offenses * Arson * DUI with children in vehicle * DUI with aggravated assault * DUI with death or serious bodily injury Multiple pending cases will be considered as long as the offender otherwise meets the qualifications. Probation and intermediate punishment violators are also eligible. APPLICATION AND APPROVAL PROCESS Eligible offenders must submit a Treatment Court application and release of information form to the Treatment Court Judge s Office. Upon receipt of the application, the Judge s Office will record the date received and forward it to the District Attorney s office for recommendation. The District Attorney will recommend or not recommend the applicant, noting the level of offense and reasons for their decision, and return the application to the Judge s Office. If recommended by the District Attorney or Treatment Court Judge, the applicant will be referred for evaluation to the West Branch Drug and Alcohol Abuse Commission. Once the evaluation is complete, the application will be returned to the Judge s Office and scheduled for staffing by the Treatment Court Committee. The Committee will vote on acceptance. In case of a tie, the Treatment Court Judge will decide admission. If the application is denied, the Judge s Office will notify the applicant. Counsel for the offender may request reconsideration and may request to be present to speak with the Committee. If approved, the applicant will receive notice of the hearing date and be advised to contact the Adult Probation Office for review of conditions of the program. Once the applicant accepts the conditions, he or she will report to the next scheduled Treatment Court session for guilty plea and placement on the Treatment Court Program. DUI Offenders will be sentenced to a five year maximum intermediate punishment (IP) sentence. The DUI Participant will be eligible for electronic monitoring for all or part of the mandatory minimum incarceration portion of the sentence. Other offenses will be sentenced to at least three years intermediate punishment supervision.
4 At a minimum, the first year will require active participation in the Treatment Court Program followed by one year of aftercare and another year of intensive probation supervision. Upon sentencing, the participant enters Phase I of the Treatment Court Program and will be placed on GPS or electronic monitoring, a drug patch and/or a SCRAM unit. The Adult Probation Office will advise the participant of treatment requirements. PROGRESS HEARINGS During Phases I and II, participants will be required to attend progress hearings bi-weekly. The Judge will inquire of the participant his or her progress. Treatment professionals are also encouraged to attend the sessions. The Treatment Court Judge is responsible for encouraging, sanctioning, and changing any conditions of the program. The participant will be given notice of the next court appearance. Upon successful completion of Phase I, the participant will be presented a certificate and be moved to Phase II. During Phase II, the participant will continue to report to court bi-weekly. After successfully completing Phase II, the participant will enter Phase III and report to court monthly. When the client completes Phase III, he or she will be eligible to graduate the Treatment Court Program. Treatment Court proceedings should be kept confidential. No information disclosed shall be the basis for prosecution of new crimes, and no participant shall be required to testify to any information discussed or disclosed during court hearing. None of the proceedings, other than guilty plea, sentencing, or probation, intermediate punishment or parole violation hearings, will be held on the record. It is strongly discouraged to have children attend progress hearings.
5 Phases of Adult Treatment Court Phase I Duration: Minimum of four months (length of time differs upon individual progress) Monitoring through GPS and/or SCRAM Curfew as instructed by Probation Appear in court bi-weekly or as instructed Participation in the appropriate level of drug and alcohol treatment Meet with Probation Officer as directed Mandatory recovery meeting attendance; 1) Completion of ninety meetings in ninety days (90/90- which means one meeting a day unless otherwise approved) Minimum of four meetings weekly following completion of 90/90 2) Hand in completed meeting sheets at court appearances 3) Obtain a sponsor Mandatory attendance at weekly Mock Meeting Treatment Team recommendation Phase II Duration: Minimum of four months (length of time differs upon individual progress) Curfew as instructed by Probation Appear in court bi-weekly or as instructed Meet with Probation Officer as directed Participation in the appropriate level of drug and alcohol treatment Mandatory recovery meeting attendance; 1) Minimum of four meetings weekly 2) Hand in completed meeting sheets at court appearances 3) Utilize sponsor Mandatory attendance at weekly Mock Meeting Mandatory attendance at monthly alumni meeting Treatment Team recommendation Phase III Duration: Minimum of four months (length of time differs upon individual progress) Curfew as instructed by Probation Appear in court monthly or as instructed Participation in the appropriate level of drug and alcohol treatment Continued recovery meeting attendance: 1) Minimum of four meetings weekly 2) Hand in completed meeting sheets at court appearances 3) Utilize sponsor Meet with Probation Officer as directed Mandatory attendance at weekly Mock Meeting Mandatory attendance at monthly alumni meeting Treatment Team recommendation
6 Graduation Criteria Six (6) months sobriety Demonstrated commitment to treatment and recovery (attending counseling and meetings four times a week, utilizing sponsor) Working toward GED if applicable Maintained school, volunteer work and/or employment for 90 days No unexcused absences from scheduled services No violations for a minimum of 60 days Fines/restitution must be current Must attend all Court hearings and appointments with probation officer Community service must be completed Graduate Aftercare Phase Duration: minimum of 1 year (length of time differs upon individual progress) For the first six months following graduation, attend treatment court graduation ceremonies; for the remaining six months, attend treatment court graduation ceremonies every other month Attend a minimum of four recovery meetings per week and submit sheets at court appearance Continue with treatment as recommended Attend the Treatment Court Alumni Association monthly General APO conditions in effect until end of supervision
7 DUI Court Mock Meeting The DUI Court Mock Meeting is held every Wednesday from 3:30pm to 4:30pm unless otherwise noted. This meeting is closed to DUI Court participants and Alumni. The meeting is held at West Branch Drug and Alcohol (213 West Fourth Street, ) in the 3 rd floor conference room. Attendance is mandatory for all phases of DUI Court. This meeting may be counted toward one AA/NA meeting attended as required through program participation. Children are not permitted to attend. Drug Court Mock Meeting The Drug Court Mock Meeting is held every Thursday from 3:30pm to 4:30pm unless otherwise noted. This meeting is closed to Drug Court participants and Alumni. The meeting is held at West Branch Drug and Alcohol (213 West Fourth Street, ) in the 3 rd floor conference room. Attendance is mandatory for all phases of Drug Court. This meeting may be counted toward one AA/NA meeting attended as required through program participation. Children are not permitted to attend. Treatment Court Alumni Association Meeting (www.treatmentcourtalumni.org) The purpose of the Alumni Association is to promote continued recovery and rehabilitation for Drug Court and DUI Court participants and Alumni. The Alumni Association also serves to promote a positive view of Treatment Courts in the community. The Treatment Court Alumni Association Meetings are held the second Thursday of every month at 4:30pm unless otherwise noted. The meeting is held at West Branch Drug and Alcohol (213 West Fourth Street, ) in the 3 rd floor conference room. Attendance at this meeting is mandatory for Phase II and III participants. Graduates must attend monthly for six months following graduation and then every other month for the last six months of the aftercare phase. Children are not permitted to attend.
8 PROBATION OFFICE While you are in the Treatment Court Program an officer from Lycoming County Probation will closely supervise you. The probation officer represents the court. It is his/her responsibility to make sure you follow your court order, rules of probation and abide by the law in the community. You will receive a list of the rules of probation from the probation officer. Read these rules carefully and ask your probation officer if you do not understand something. While you are a member of Treatment Court you must follow these rules or face a penalty from the court. The probation officer will also be responsible for monitoring curfews, house arrests and electronic monitoring/gps. If you are placed on one of these restrictions, your probation officer will explain what is involved. The Treatment Court may ask you to complete journals, essays, the Life Skills/Job Skills course, employment searches and other programs. The probation officer will be monitoring these orders and reporting to the court on their status. The probation officer will also be conducting random drug testing while you are on the Treatment Court Program. Alcohol or other drug testing may include: SCRAM, urinalysis, patch, breathalyzer and saliva. MY PROBATION OFFICER: PHONE NUMBER: PROBATION OFFICE ADDRESS: Lycoming County Adult Probation Office Lycoming County Courthouse 48 West Third Street
9 ALCOHOL OR OTHER DRUG TREATMENT/SERVICES: Alcoholics Anonymous or Crossroads Counseling 501 E. Third St. Wmspt or 8 N. Grove St. Lock Haven Genesis House 800 W. Fourth St. Wmspt Narcotics Anonymous or White Deer Run 901 Westminster Dr. Wmspt or CHILD CARE: Leslie Ridley 1011 Hepburn St. Wmspt Department of Welfare Listings STEP 2138 Lincoln Street day care & head start - YMCA 320 Elmira St. Wmspt or 145 E. Water St. Lock Haven CLINICS/MEDICAL SERVICES: AIDS Project 8 North Grove St. Lock Haven AIDS Resource 500 W. Third St. Wmspt or AIDS Bucktail Medical Center - South Renovo Cancer o American Cancer Society o Cancer Education Sessions o Kids Konnected or Community Dental Clinic 469 Hepburn St. Wmspt Community Health Clinic 471 Hepburn St. Wmspt Department of Health 1000 Commerce Park Dr. Ste. 109 Wmspt Department of Health 215 E. Church St. Lock Haven Diabetes Center 1100 Grampian Blvd. Wmspt Divine Providence 1100 Grampian Blvd. Wmspt Empire Family Medicine 699 Rural Ave. Wmspt (MA/CBHNP) Expectations Women Center 854 W. 3 rd St. Wmspt Family Planning 777 Rural Ave. (7 th floor) Wmspt Jersey Shore Hospital 1020 Thompson St. Jersey Shore Lock Haven Hospital 24 Cree Dr. Lock Haven Muncy Hospital 215 E. Water St. Muncy or State College Medical Center 137 S. Pugh St Suite 7 State College (serves Clinton Cty residents) St. Anthony s Center 125 E. Willow St. Wmspt (M: 7-8:30 p.m.; W: 11-1 p.m.) Williamsport Hospital 777 Rural Ave. Wmspt CLOTHING: American Rescue Workers Stores Wmspt.: (or) Jersey Shore: Lock Haven Antioch Church 514 High St. Wmspt (M-F: 7 a.m. 12 p.m.) Daniel s Closet 1101 Washington Blvd Wmspt Distribution 3 rd Sat. of the month from 9a to 11a Kid s Clothes Closet Grace United Methodist Church 324 Campbell St. Wmspt Kathi s Kloset (CareerLink) (The Learning Center) Salvation Army Stores Wmspt.: Muncy: Lock Haven: Shoe Bank / Kids Closet 44 West Main Street Lock Haven (1 st and 3 rd Sat. of month 10a-12p) Sojourner Truth 501 High St. Wmspt Sonlight House Carpenter St. Muncy Wed 10-12p and Thurs 6-7:30 (call first) St. Anthony s Center 125 E. Willow St. Wmspt Mon & Wed 10am-12pm West Branch Drug & Alcohol Donation Center 213 W. Fourth St. Wmspt West End Christian Center 901 Diamond St. Wmspt DIAPERS: Shepherd of the Streets 669 Center St. Wmspt West Branch Drug & Alcohol Abuse Commission 213 W. Fourth St. Wmspt YWCA 815 W. Fourth St. Wmspt EDUCATION: Central Intermediate Unit (CIU-10) 110 E. Bald Eagle St. Lock Haven
10 The Learning Center 123 E. Fourth St. Wmspt Lock Haven University 401 N. Fairview St. Lock Haven Lycoming College 700 College Pl. Wmspt Newport Business School 941 W. Third St. Wmspt Office of Vocational Rehabilitation (OVR) 208 W. Third St. Wmspt Penn College 1 College Ave. Wmspt EYE CARE: FOOD: Eyeland 1831 Lycoming Creek Rd. Wmspt Northwestern PA Optical Clinic (NWPOC) 903 Diamond St. Wmspt or North Central Sight Services 2121 Reach Rd. Wmspt (walk-in Mon-Fri 9am-4p) Price Optical E. Third St. Wmspt All Saints Episcopal Church 1656 Scott St. Wmspt (small food pantry) Angel Food Faith Wesleyan Church 1033 Tucker St. Wmspt Coleville Wesleyan Church Bellefonte Howard Christian Church Howard McElhatten United Methodist McElhatten Bald Eagle United Presbyterian Church Mill Hall Annunciation Roman Catholic Church 720 W. Fourth St. Wmspt or (food pantry every Wednesday from 4 5 p.m. **only receive food once per month) American Rescue Workers 115 Howard St. Jersey Shore (Mon thru Thurs 9a-3p) 643 Elmira St. Wmspt (Mon thru Thurs 9a-4p) Antioch Church High St. Wmspt Food pantry weekdays 8a-12p o (5days/wk breakfast served from 8-9:30 a.m. & lunch served 12-1 p.m.) Central PA Food Bank 417 Second St. Wmspt Fairlawn Community Church 353 Pleasant Hill Road (Cogan Station residents) call first Footprints 50 E. Houston Ave. Montgomery (Tuesday s) Pine Street United Methodist Church 441 Pine Street ($20 bag of groceries) - Salvation Army 457 Market St. Wmspt (Mon, Wed, Fri. 9a-11:30 & 1p-2:30p) SHARE Discount Food Order and pay 1 st week of month, pick up 4 th Saturday o St. John s United Methodist 2101 Newberry St o New Covenant United Church of Christ 202 E. 3 rd St x516 o Sojourner Truth 501 High Street o Bald Eagle Township Bldg 256 Park Ave Lock Haven o Montgomery Lions 85 Clinton Ave Montgomery Sonlight House 130 Carpenter St. Muncy (Call first Wed 10a-12p & every other Thurs 6-7:30p) Sojourner Truth Ministries 501 High St. Wmspt (Lunch: Monday Saturday 11:30 a.m. 1:30 p.m. St. Anthony s (Sister Henry) 125 E. Willow St. Wmspt (5 days/wk - serves lunch from 12-1 p.m.) St. Paul s Food Pantry ( Lamar & Mill Hall residents) Rt. 64 Nittany Valley Dr. State College HAIRCUTS: Thomas Crossley Barber Shop Washington Blvd. Wmspt ($5.00 for basic haircut Mon & Tues 9-5:30; Thurs 12-8; Fri 10-7; Sat 9-4) Empire Beauty School E. Third St. Wmspt ($8.00 for haircut) HEALTH CARE: HOUSING: AdultBasic - (must receive a denial from Medical Assistance) Affordable Healthcare (866) CBHNP (Community Behavioral HealthCare Network of PA) Member Services Medical Assistance Lycoming County Assistance Office 400 Little League Blvd. Wmspt Clinton County Assistance Office 300 Bellefonte Ave. Lock Haven or Special Kids Network Help with special healthcare needs Clinton County Housing Authority 369 Linden Circle, Lock Haven Renovo Office 350 Huron Avenue Renovo Clokey Real Estate 2108 W. 4 th St. Wmspt Government Place Apts Applications at For Men Only Kranz Apartments 928 W. Fourth St. Wmspt Lakeview Apts. 948 Main St. S.Wmspt Lucasi Reality W. 4 th St. Wmspt Lycoming Housing Authority 1941 Lincoln Dr. Wmspt (Chatam Park, Penn Vale, Michael Ross, PD Mitchell, William Hepburn, Broad Street Apts., Robert Montgomery, Kennedy King, Town Houses) (Apply 8-4 M-F)
11 Newberry Estates Federal Ave. Suite 357 Wmspt (By Appt.) North Central Reality 1 W. Third St. Wmspt Penn Square Apartments 960 W. Third St. Wmspt (Apply 9-5 M-F) Oak Tree Management Rapmitco Properties or STEP Housing 2138 Lincoln St. Wmspt Timberland Apts 610 Lycoming St. Wmspt Weightman Building 770 W. Fourth St. Wmspt Williamsport Manor 450 Center St. Wmspt (8:30 4:30 M, W, F) Berkshire Manor 618 Second St. Wmspt Westwood Manor Second St. Wmspt Wmspt. Properties/Brandon Investments 460 Market St. Suite 101 Wmspt JOBS/TEMP AGENCIES: Adecco 220 E. Calder Way State College, - (814) Ashford Staffing 2401 Reach Rd. Suite 100 Wmspt CareerLink 145 W. Third St. Wmspt N. Grove St. Lock Haven DePasquale Staffing 454 Pine St. Wmspt Experience Works Diamond Street. Wmspt Howe About Temps 25 W. Third St. Suite 600 Wmspt Kelly Services Market St. Wmspt Keystone Staffing Broad St. Montoursville Labor Ready W. Fourth St. Wmspt Management Recruiting - 55 Pierce Ln. Suite 202 Montoursville Manpower Commerce Park Dr. Suite 101 Wmspt Office of Vocational Rehabilitation 208 W. Third St. Wmspt One Source Staffing Solutions N. Loyalsock Ave. Montoursville Project Choice - Penn College 1 College Ave. Wmspt Spherion Hughes St. Wmspt or LANGUAGE ASSISTANCE: County Assistance Offices Lycoming: or Clinton: Susquehanna Health System or The Learning Center E. Fourth St. Wmspt North Penn Legal Services Market St. Wmspt Special Kids Network Help with special healthcare needs LEGAL: Clinton County Adult Probation 232 E. Main St. Lock Haven Clinton County Juvenile Probation 232 E. Main St. Lock Haven Lycoming County Adult Probation 48 W. Third St. Wmspt Lycoming County Juvenile Probation 48 W. Third St. Wmspt North Penn Legal Services 329 Market St. Wmspt PA Board of Probation & Parole 450 Little League Blvd. Wmspt LIFE SKILL PROGRAMS: Consumer Credit Counseling 201 Basin S. Suite 6 Wmspt Infant Development Center 980 E. Water St. Lock Haven Family Support Center Basin St. Wmspt James V. Brown Library 19 E. Fourth St. Wmspt New Choices/New Options 1 College Ave. Wmspt x7449 or PA Career Link, 8 N. Grove St., Suite G, Lock Haven Penn State Cooperative Extension 542 County Farm Rd. Montoursville Clinton County 47 Cooperation Lane Mill Hall The Center 600 Campbell St. Wmspt The Learning Center 123 E. Fourth St. Wmspt West End Christian Center 901 Diamond St. Wmspt YWCA: SAVVY Solutions (females)- 815 W. Fourth St. Wmspt Men of Honor (males) Held at West Branch Drug & Alcohol 213 W. Fourth St. Wmspt. (2 nd floor conference room)
12 MEDICATIONS/MEDICATION ASSISTANCE: Non-Profit Warehouse for Meds Partnership for Prescription Assistance or Salvation Army 457 Market St. Wmspt ($50 towards meds.) Shepherd of the Streets 669 Center St. Wmspt (Limited funds) St. Anthony s Center E. Willow St. Wmspt Walmart $4 Prescriptions MENTAL HEALTH: Community Services Group 1000 Commerce Park Dr., Ste 110 Wmspt Diakon Family Life Services 435 W. Fourth St. Wmspt Divine Behavioral Health Services 1100 Grampian Blvd. Wmspt Lycoming-Clinton Joinder MH/MR 200 East Street Wmspt The Meadows Psychiatric Center 132 The Meadows Dr. Centre Hall Sunbury Community Hospital Behavioral Health 350 N. 11 th St. Sunbury Universal Community Behavioral Health 7930 Nittany Valley Dr. Mill Hall RENT/UTILITIES: Electric Contact PPL ( ) or STEP Outreach ( ) Gas - PGEnergy or PPL Gas LIHEAP Apply at County Assistance Office or online at dpw.state.pa.us Safelink Wireless 68 free minutes per month apply online at safelinkwireless.com Verizon LifeLine SHELTERS: American Rescue Workers Men s Shelter Elmira St. Wmspt Haven Ministry Inc S. Front St. Sunbury, PA (570) The Women s Center - 34 W. Main St. Lock Haven or o Only houses women of domestic violence for up to 30 days in a 6 mo. Period o Not a treatment or prison release facility YWCA: Liberty House (Women & Children) 815 W. Fourth St. Wmspt Wise Options (Domestic Violence & Sexual Assault)) 815 W. Fourth St. Wmspt TRANSPORTATION: Bicycles - (American Rescue Workers when donations are received) Bus 100 W. Third St. Wmspt (monthly fare $35; daily fare $2 if purchased at Transit center, on bus $2.50) STEP 2138 Lincoln St. Wmspt or (present MA card) Taxi Services Billtown Cab 3575 W. Fourth St. Wmspt Jersey Shore Taxi Lock Haven Taxi 14 E. Main St. Lock Haven VETERANS: American Legion Post 1 10 E. 3 rd St Geisinger Veterans Representative if veteran is in need of medical services Lycoming County Veterans Affairs 330 Pine St. Suite The Vet Center 805 Penn Street VA Medical Clinic 1705 Warren Ave. Suite OTHER: Car Seats Childhood Lead Poisoning Poison Control Center Children s Development Center 625 W. Edwin St. Wmspt (infant, children and adults up to 21 yrs w/ disabilities) Expectations Women s Center 854 W. 3 rd St Counseling, care and supplies The Center 600 Campbell Street Recreational, financial, & educational programs (children, adults & seniors) W.I.C. Program (pregnant, post-partum & breast feeding women, & children up to 5) 612 W. 4 th St
13 Name Address Phone Number The Honorable Judge Nancy L. Butts 48 West Third Street, 2 nd Floor Shea Madden, Executive Director West Branch Drug and Alcohol Scott Erb, Adult Probation Officer 213 West Fourth Street, 2 nd Floor 48 West Third Street, 3 rd Floor x Bryan Bower, Adult Probation Officer Jim Schriner, Adult Probation Officer John Stahl, Adult Probation Officer 48 West Third Street, 3 rd Floor West Third Street, 3 rd Floor West Third Street, 3 rd Floor Laura Taylor, Case Manager Supervisor West Branch Drug and Alcohol Lindsy Kendall, Intensive Case Manager West Branch Drug and Alcohol 213 West Fourth Street, 2 nd Floor 213 West Fourth Street, 2 nd Floor x x117 Nicole Spring, Public Defender s Office Corey Persun, Community Service Coordinator 48 West Third Street, 3 rd Floor West Third Street, 3 rd Floor Lycoming County Prison 277 West Third Street Christine Saar, Court Secretary 48 West Third Street, 2 nd Floor District Attorney s Office Crossroads Counseling White Deer Run of Williamsport Genesis House 48 West Third Street, 4 th Floor 501 East Third Street 901 Westminster Drive 800 West Fourth Street After Hours Emergency West Branch Drug and Alcohol or Collections Office Revised 5/13/10
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