Henrico County Drug Court information provided by: Henrico Area Mental Health & Developmental Services

Henrico County Drug Court is a structured four phase program. Each phase allows participants the opportunity to earn their way from one phase to the next, with each phase becoming less structured. Failure to comply with the phase requirements will result in immediate sanctions, including incarceration, at Drug Court . Drug Court is held every Friday at 1:00 p.m. at the Henrico Circuit Courthouse.

The following is a brief overview of each phase of Drug Court. Additional leisure activities, as well as drug testing sessions, and therapy groups are added as needed.

Phase One: The goal of Phase One is the cessation and early stabilization of alcohol and drug use.

Requirements include:
Urine drug and alcohol screens at least 3 times a week
Group counseling 3 times per week
Attendance at 3 Narcotics Anonymous (NA) or Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) meetings per week
Weekly court appearance
Weekly probation supervision meeting
Home contact 2 times per month
Phase Two: The goal of Phase Two is to increase recovery skills and resources.

Requirements include:
Urine drug and alcohol screens 2 times per week
Group counseling 3 times per week
Court appearance 3 times per week
Attendance at 3 NA/AA meetings per week
Court appearance every other week
Weekly probation supervision meeting
Obtain an NA/AA sponsor
Obtain employment or enroll in school
Establish a payment plan for any outstanding court costs/fines
Establish stable housing
Home contact at least 1 time per month
Phase Three: The goal of Phase Three is to continue recovery and improve the manageability of participant’s lives.

Requirements include:
Urine drug and alcohol screens 2 times per week
Individual progress sessions as needed
Group counseling 1 time per week
Attendance at 2 NA/AA meetings per week
Court appearance every 3 weeks
Home contact as needed
Maintain stable employment or education
Stay current on court payment plan
Develop relapse prevention plan
Probation supervision meeting every other week
Home contacts at least once, and as needed
Phase Four: The goal of Phase Four is preparation for ongoing recovery and integration into society.

Requirements include:
Random drug and alcohol screens at least 3 times per month
Group counseling 1 time per week
Family sessions and individual counseling as needed
Court appearance once a month
Attendance at 2 NA/AA meetings per week
Probation supervision meetings 2 times per month
Maintain employment or education program
Stay current on court payment plan
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Record last updated: Jan 31 2008 8:48AM
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