The Dodge County Treatment Alternatives and Diversion (TAD) and the Impaired Driving Court (IDC) are case managed, treatment based program offered to selected non-violent offenders involved in the criminal justice system.  TAD gives participants the ability to better themselves 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).

If you or someone you know is a Dodge County resident and currently has a criminal case pending that is in need of AODA counseling, please call a number below to setup an appointment for an assessment.

Wendy McGurk

Program Director
Treatment Alternatives and Diversion (TAD)
Impaired Driving Court (IDC)
Phone:  920.386.4339
EMAIL

Jennifer Dominik
Impaired Driving Court (IDC) Case Manager
Phone:  920.386.4039
EMAIL

 

                     

Kim Roemer
TAD Case Manager
Phone: 920.386.4286
EMAIL


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

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.

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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.