The Dodge County Adult Drug Treatment Court Program (DTC) and the Impaired Driving Court Program (IDC) are case managed, treatment based programs offered to selected non-violent offenders as an alternative to incarceration. DTC and IDC offers participants the opportunity to obtain addiction treatment and establish recovery to better their lives better by obtaining the skills and tools necessary to lead a productive, drug-free life.  Often times, successful program completions lead to the dismissal of the criminal case(s).  The community benefits from increased public safety, decreased crime and decreased criminal Justice costs. 

If you or someone you know is a Dodge County resident and currently has a criminal case pending and is in need of AODA treatment or has a 3rd or 4th OWI pending, please call the the Program Director to learn more about this opportunity.

Carol Carlson

Program Director
Drug Treatment Court (DTC)
Impaired Driving Court (IDC)
Phone:  920.386.4339
EMAIL

Jennifer Dominik
Adult Drug Treatment Court (DTC)
Case Manager
920-386-4290

Matt Smith
DTC Case Manager
Phone: 920.386.4286

 

                     

Troy Nehls
Impaired Driving Court Program (IDC)
Case Manager
920-386-4039


OFFICE LOCATION:
Henry Dodge Human Services and Health Department
Ground Floor
199 Dodge County Road DF
Juneau, WI  53039

OFFICE HOURS:
Monday through Friday:  8:00 AM - 4:30 PM

Additionally, if you or anyone you know is in need of help due to a drug or alcohol addiction, please call (920)386-4094 to schedule an appointment.

INITIAL DTC/IDC REFERRAL FORM

 

Mission Statement

To enhance public safety, improve lives, and reduce recidivism by addressing addictions of persons charged with or convicted of drug or alcohol related crimes through evidence-based treatment and case management.

 

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