CACC – California Association of Collaborative Courts

Court Finder

California has more than 390 collaborative justice courts in 53 of its 58 counties (as of October 2015).  Collaborative justice courts are defined as those that have a dedicated calendar and judge and use a collaborative justice model (i.e., drug court model) that combines judicial supervision with social and treatment services to offenders in lieu of detention, jail, or prison.  This includes using a multidisciplinary, noadversarial team approach with involvement from justice system representatives, treatment providers, and other stakeholders.  Data have been voluntarily provided by the courts in an ongoing effort to maintain a roster of all collaborative justice courts in California.  This chart provides information on select collaborative justice courts that meet the above definition of collaborative justice court; not all court types may be represented here.  There may be multiple courts of the same type within one county.

To find if you your county has a collaborative court, enter the name of the county in the search box.
CountyCommunityDrug AdultDrug - Juvenile DeliquencyDrug DependencyDUIElderHomelessMental Health AdultMental Health JuvenileRe-EntryStand DownTruancyVeteransYouth Peer
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Alpine
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Colusa
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El DoradoXXXXXXX
FresnoXXXXXXXX
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HumboltXXXX
Imperial
InyoX
KernXXX
KingsXX
LakeXXX
LassenXX
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ModocXXX
Mono
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NapaXXXXX
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PlacerXXXXXX
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San MateoXXXXX
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ShastaXXXXX
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SolanoXXXXX
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StanislausXXXXX
SutterX
TehamaXXXX
Trinity
TulareXXXXX
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YoloXXX
YubaX
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