All Rise | NADCP
The National Association of Drug Court Professionals (NADCP) is a premier national resource for all Problem Solving Court practitioners and was established as a specialized institute in December 1997. Today, the National Drug Court Institute (NDCI) is the preeminent source for comprehensive training and cutting-edge technical assistance to the entire Drug Court field. Drug Courts, Mental Health Courts, Family Drug Courts, Veterans Courts and Juvenile Drug Courts rely on the research and information this site provides. Evidence based practices from incentives and sanctions to the role of each team member help new and established problem solving courts build programs that are effective and help the clients we serve with substance use and mental health disorders. Since its inception, the institute has trained 36,641 drug court professionals in all 50 states and U.S. territories as well as seven countries and developed 37 publications, disseminating them to 456,166 professionals worldwide.
NADCP also provides training to over 3,000 Drug Court and problem-solving court professionals annually at its national conference; the largest training conference in the nation addressing substance abuse and crime. The Arizona Association of Drug Court Professionals (AADCP) is lucky to partner with NADCP to bring nationally recognized professionals to the annual AADCP conference in Prescott, Arizona each April.