img src Eclipart




October 2014
SMTWTFS
    1234
567891011
12131415161718
19202122232425
262728293031
Click Here for Full Calendar

Members List:

Director:
Libby Glassmeyer

Links Section


NADCP

ONDCP
img s.gifFranklin County Drug Court
imgs.gif
Click here to edit your pageClick here to go to your office
thumbnailCA7WIZNW.jpgOur Mission:               Start your page right here, right now! It's so easy you'll be amazed.

1. Go to bottom left corner of this page and click on "EDITPAGE" link.
2. Enter your user id and password.
3. Click on the "EDIT" button for this section.
4. Scroll past the picture to the text box.
5. Type something in the text box in front of these instructions, pushing the instructions ahead. Click "Save Changes." Your stuff is on your page.

Congratulations: you're officially a webmaster! Now you can return to your edit screen and erase these instructions. Edit every section of your OrgSite just as you did here.

 
Introduction: 

The Twelfth Judicial District of Tennessee serves the counties of Franklin, Grundy, Marion, and Sequatchie. The 2004 annual combines alcohol/drug arrests totaled approximatly 2,000 people. An estimated 50-85% of thse charges are repeat offenders.

In Franklin County alone in 2004, the Department of Children Services dealt with over 300 child protective case referrals and half of these were because of addicted drug offenders abusing and/or neglecting children. Those children were removed and placed in foster care.

The number of methamphetamine labs seized in the State of Tennessee from 1999 through 2004 increased 1,063.5 % (137 laboratories in 1999 to 1,594 laboratories and dumpsites in 2004). Methamphetamine production in the state of Tennessee started in and around the 12th Judicial District, and spread across the State. From 1996 through 2006, the 12th Judicial District became inundated with methamphetamine production resulting in a high number of addicted persons.

In 2006/2007, Franklin Co. witnessed 18 deaths attributes to prescription drug substance abuse, eaither from accidental overdose or suicide.

The Drug Court Program targets non-violent adult offenders at high risk for re-offending that meet the criteria established for admission into the Drug Court Program. These offenders may be pre-adjudication or post-adjudication.

Those individuals accepted into the Drug Court Program receive an intensive and comprehensive array of treatment services, frequent alcohol/drug testing, and supervision. This is coupled with active judicial supervision, a system of graduated intermediate sanctions for program violations, and recognition/reward for compliance and progress within the program.





The Franklin County Drug Court has several individuals that have completed the program, and are giving back a peice of their recovery by lending a helping hand to the other participants.

 
Honorable Judge Buddy D. Perry
This 1/2-column operates in tandem with the 1/2-column to the right. These columns don't operate independently; they are both either on or off together.

You can add a download link anywhere on your page, like this:

download THIS MS Word file

Check our HELP GUIDE to find out more about downloading documents.

 Franklin County Drug Court Background
The Franklin County Drug Court began in June 2005. Drug Court Offers a olution to an increasing societal problem. Participants have the oppertunity to stop using drugs, build valuable life skills, secure housing, maintain employment, and receive intensive treatment for their addiction. Drug Court targets individuals whose major life problems start with substance abuse.


The Drug Court staff works to promote recovery, stop illicit drug use and related criminal activity. Criminal activity related to drug abuse comes in many forms: burglary, vandalism, auto accidents, domestic violence, shoplifting, DUI, DWI, PI, assaults, and the list goes on and on.

Studies show that incarcerating individuals for their drug abusing life styles only removes them from their environment for short periods of time. Unless they receive meaningful and effective treatment, education, and life skills training, they return to the same destructive cycle.

The Franklin County Drug Court focuses on identifying the problem of addiction and dealing with it.

 
Drug Court Director Libby Glassmeyer
Another 1/2-column section (connected to the one on the right). We've turned this section off so you can see what that looks like. Turn it back on when you want it to show.

Be sure to use our HELP GUIDE for more detailed information on every section of your page.

 
 

Drug Court Team Members
This is your second full column section. You also have an Office where you can administer your Email, Membership List, Extra Pages, Calendar, Graphics, and Files. You can also create a listing in OrgSites' Directory of Organizations and promote your site by submitting it to all major search engines via our outside search engines feature (in Directory Listing section). Go to the bottom left of this page and click on "OFFICE." Check out all the useful office tools for running your organization.

We hope you enjoy your new OrgSite!


 
 FRANKLIN COUNTY DRUG COURT
101 South Porter St.  •  Winchester, TN 37398
phone: 931-967-2474 • fax: 931-967-6264

Go to OrgSites.com

LOGIN:EDITPAGE |OFFICE

  
For Questions or Comments please contact us here

PLEASE ENTER YOUR EMAIL ADDRESS:  

AND YOUR NAME  
Check here to add yourself to our email list -->


 1234 Visitors
TOP