CACC – California Association of Collaborative Courts
“My son is involved in the teenager “drug court” program. Due in large part to the help he has gotten from this program – as well as a lot of hard work he’s done – he has completely turned his life around. He has become good student, he recently got a 20 hour a week job, and he has stayed out of trouble. He goes to his AA and NA meetings three or four times a week, he prays, I’m just so proud of him. His self- esteem, historically low, has gone through the roof, I cannot thank these drug court people and Shasta County enough for the help they have given my son, and our family. This drug court program changes lives, it changed our family, for the better.. The program is just so special!”
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