This phase is crafted to further the recovery process and establish a pattern of sobriety.
This phase is designed to establish a pattern and program of on-going sobriety.
This phase is designed to practice and solidify skills learned in the first two phases, with an emphasis on looking toward the future in regard to housing, social, vocational, and educational plans.
In this phase, the participant begins the transition from recovery court treatment to his or her own recovery support systems.
In order to graduate, participants must complete all four phases of the treatment and testing program, and be in compliance with all court rules. Near the end of the program, participants will fill out an application for graduation to be reviewed and approved by the recovery court team. Consistent payments on court costs, fines, and program fees must be documented, and community service corresponding to the length of time in the program should be complete.No later than one week prior to the completion of the recovery court program, participants will complete an exit interview with their case manager. During the exit interview, the case manager will discuss the option of remaining under recovery court supervision or being transferred to the appropriate place of supervision for the balance of their sentence. If the participant chooses to remain under recovery court supervision, they must agree to the following:
Monthly and random drug screens
Adhering to the approved medication list
Attend 12-step meetings at least one time per week
Comply with any additional conditions specified by Drug Court, if any
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