JOIN US at the upcoming CACC Training Conference
Collaborative Courts: Effective Strategies Now and for the Future
The CA Association of Collaborative Courts is hosting a two day conference to be held in Sacramento, CA, at the DoubleTree Hotel. Dr. Doug Marlow will be our plenary speaker for Day One. Los Angeles County District Attorney, Jackie Lacey, will join us to share the development of innovative programs for the incarcerated mentally ill offenders in Los Angeles. A panel discussion of the role of treatment courts after the passage of Proposition 47 at a time when Court budgets have been severely cut will conclude the first day.
Sixteen (16) workshop sessions are planned for Day Two. These sessions target Adult, DUIs, Family Dependency, Juveniles, the Mentally Ill, Veterans, and more. An Annual Meeting of the CACC membership will be during the lunch break on Day Two.
The California Association for Collaborative Courts
- The California Association of Drug Court Professionals (CADCP) is now the California Association of Collaborative Courts (CACC).
- Our new name more accurately reflects our ongoing support of ALL collaborative courts throughout California.
- We have revised this website to reflect our new name going forward. You may still find references to CADCP throughout the website, reflecting the history and development of our organization since 1996. We are proud of our beginning as CADCP and we look forward to the future as CACC.
- Provide training, technical assistance, and mutual support to collaborative courts in the State of California,
- Promote and advocate for the establishment and funding of effective collaborative courts, and
- Support evidence-based practice guidelines for collaborative court programs.
CACC is committed to advocacy on behalf of collaborative courts in the State of California, to statewide communication with its membership and to the professional development of California’s collaborative court professionals. CACC is a tax-exempt, 501-c-3 organization.
- Ten Key Components of Collaborative Courts
- The various types of Collaborative Courts.
- Learn more about the California Association of Collaborative Courts.
- Meet our Board of Directors
CACC Members – Join the Discussion!
Collaborative Courts’ shared goals:
- Restoration of lives
- Children saved and families reunited
- Reduction of drug use
- Reduction of crime
- Increased public safety
- Taxpayer savings
To connect with the National Association of Drug Court Professionals, click here.
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