CACC

California Association of Collaborative Courts

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Welcome to California Association of Collaborative Courts     (CACC)


CACC – Our Mission:

  • 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.


Latest News

New Treatment Guidelines for Tribal Healing to Wellness Courts

The National Association of Drug Court Professionals (NADCP) is pleased to share a new publication from our partner organization, the Tribal Law and Policy Institute.  "Tribal Healing to Wellness Courts: Treatment Guidelines, 2nd ed." provides tribal communities with...

New SAMHSA Grants to Expand Treatment Capacity in Family Treatment Drug Courts

The National Association of Drug Court Professionals (NADCP) is pleased to share a new funding opportunity announcement from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) Center for Substance Abuse Treatment (CSAT). CSAT is now accepting...

Properly and Effectively Adjudicating Drugged Drivers

October 30 – December 8, 2017 | Web | Tuition FREE Unlike alcohol-impaired driving, drugged driving has fewer tools in the field to detect impairment and concentration levels in the body. Drugged driving cases require a judge to utilize a variety of judicial tools to...

Call for papers on Veterans’ Treatment Courts

Drug Court Review is doing a special issue on Veterans' Treatment Courts.  See link for specifica.  http://ndcrc.org/drug-court-review-call-for-papers/

Apply Now for the Law Enforcement–Mental Health Learning Sites Program

In partnership with the U.S. Department of Justice’s Bureau of Justice Assistance, The Council of State Governments Justice Center is seeking applicants for the Law Enforcement–Mental Health Learning Sites Program. This program is designed to identify and highlight...

Collaborative Courts’ shared goals:

  • Restoration of lives
  • Children saved and families reunited
  • Reduction of drug use
  • Reduction of crime
  • Increased public safety
  • Taxpayer savings

The CACC Board welcomes everyone, if you have a desire to help individuals; families and communities reduce the negative impact caused by drugs and alcohol…

Our diverse membership includes: judges, prosecutors, defense lawyers, probation and parole agents, law enforcement officers, case managers, CPS case workers, therapists, treatment professionals, court administrators, research scientists and more. The CACC membership year runs annually from July 1 to June 30 and is now open for 2017.

Join us to help make a difference


25 Years of Drug Court: The Beginning

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