NADCP’s National Drug Court Institute (NDCI) is bringing world-class training to adolescent substance use disorder (SUD) treatment professionals working with youth involved in the juvenile justice system. This training is presented in partnership with the American Society of Addiction Medicine and supported by the Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention. Juvenile treatment provider training is offered virtually and open to both newcomers to the treatment field and seasoned professionals.
Whether you are an addiction therapist, mental health therapist, drug and alcohol counselor, social worker, clinical case manager, clinical supervisor, juvenile drug treatment court (JDTC) team member, or student, this program is for you!
Who should attend?
Treatment provider training is for anyone currently delivering or supervising the delivery of adolescent SUD treatment, co-occurring disorder services, or clinical case management to participants in JDTCs, on community supervision, or otherwise involved in the justice system. Professionals who practice in communities where JDTCs exist are encouraged to attend, even if not currently seeing treatment court participants.
NADCP and its training divisions are preapproved with NAADAC only. NADCP and its divisions do not obtain preapproval through each state for on-site or virtual trainings. A certificate of attendance for eight (8) hours is provided upon successful submission of the post-webinar evaluation, which includes the number of eligible hours. If an attendee would like to submit to their accrediting agency for credit, they may do so. If any additional information is needed in order to submit to your accrediting agency, please let us know and we will be happy to provide that to you.
Registration and all materials are provided without charge. This training is funded by the Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention, U.S. Department of Justice.