Adams County Treatment Court fully integrates evidence-based practices in its delivery of services and works in collaboration with Adams County Health and Human Services Department for treatment services.
108 E. North Street
Friendship, WI 53934
The Adams County Treatment Court Program’s mission is to reduce recidivism and the social and economic cost of criminal activity through a judicially-supervised, collaborative treatment program that is focused on offender accountability and empowering participants to achieve lifelong recovery from substance abuse. This is accomplished through comprehensive assessment and treatment (chemical and mental health), intensive supervision, random drug testing, regular court appearances, and immediate incentives and sanctions. Other components of the abstinence-based program include: participation in cognitive learning groups and mental health interventions, participation in community support groups, obtain employment or pursue educations and participate in prosocial activities. Honesty and individual accountability are at the heart of the program.
Cognitive behavioral programming and enhanced mental health services are inherent pieces of the program. The program is a minimum of 14 months and is a 5-phase program. Movement through the phases is accomplished by meeting phase requirements and goals.
The goals of the Adams County Treatment Court are to help participants break the cycle of substance abuse and empower participants to become productive and responsible members of the community. In return, lowering the number of contacts with the criminal justice system will reduce the cost associated with criminal activity and recidivism and increase public safety.
You must call between 7:15 a.m. – 8:00 a.m. Monday through Friday and 9:15 a.m. – 10:00 a.m. Saturday, Sunday, and holidays)
205 West Highland Avenue, Suite 509
Milwaukee, WI 53203