Phase III:

A thorough understanding of addiction, personal to each

client as well as relapse warnings signals is a primary


Significant progress in the areas of defense mechanisms,

12 Step recovery and a firm foundation in self-help

support groups is evident.

Achieving a GED or trade school certification, stable

employment history, maintenance of sobriety, a relapse

prevention plan and a foundation in 12 Step, self help

support systems set the stage for further program


Phase IV:

Clients are transitioned back into their communities and

afforded the opportunity to practice recovery skills they

have learned from the Drug Court Program.

Random drug screening and intensive community

monitoring by the compliance officer will assist the

program in determining if a client is on track.

Once a client has successfully shown their ability to live

drug free without intensive treatment, that client is

recommended for graduation.