Adult Drug Treatment Court (ADTC)
Differential Substance Abuse Treatment (DSAT) is currently being provided to men and women in Maine as part of the Adult Drug Treatment Court (ADTC) program. There are currently Adult diversion programs in 5 counties in Maine including Androscoggin, Cumberland, Hancock, Washington, and York. DSAT treatment is also available to probation clients in these areas of the state, and the Office of Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services is working to expand availability of DSAT services to probation clients statewide.
Other Problem Solving Courts in Maine include three judicial run, grant funded programs which include Family Drug Court in Androscoggin and Lincoln Counties, and a Co-occurring Drug Court in Kennebec County.
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- A Process and Site-Specific Outcome Evaluation of Maine's Adult Drug Treatment Court Programs, August 1, 2006 (PDF 178 kb)
- An Evaluation of Treatment in the Maine Adult Drug Courts 2005: Word 650kb | PDF 384kb | RTF 1490kb
- Executive Summary: Word 42kb | PDF 114 kb | RTF 26kb
- Evaluation Report for Maine's Statewide Adult Drug Treatment Court Program, March 25, 2005, Part I and II (PDF 3 mb)
- ADTC Summary 10/04 Word | PDF
- Computerized Screening Assessment: Data Alalysis Report, March 8, 2004 (PDF 576 kb)
- Evaluation of Maine's Statewide Adult Drug Treatment Court Program Interim Report, January 31, 2004 (PDF 5mb)