Problem Solving court connects nonviolent, chemically dependent offenders with recovery services and court personnel.
An intense, court-supervised outpatient procedure utilizing various treatment approaches and a non-adversarial court room to help our participants lead happy, successful, drug & alcohol free lives.
The process takes no shorter than 14 months, with the average participant participating in the program between 16-24 months. Court occurs every week; however, as participants continue in the program, they will be required to attend court less. Living life in recovery, however, is a 24/7 process.
Court Sessions are held at the Ada County Courthouse at 200 W Front St Boise ID 83702. Treatment services are offered at 400 N. Benjamin Lane Boise, ID 83704
Problem Solving Courts offer a cost-effective, holistic approach to chemically dependent offenders. Problem Solving Courts save money, they save lives, and they help build a stronger community. The program is mandated by the Idaho Drug Court Act and overseen by the Supreme Court of Idaho.
Increase community safety while decreasing community costs by changing behavior and creating healthy, productive members of society.