The New England Association of Recovery Court Professionals (NEARCP), is a non-profit consortium of professionals working with and in recovery courts across six states: Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, and Vermont. Our members work across all recovery court dimensions and include judges, lawyers, treatment providers, case managers, probation and law enforcement officers, and other professionals. Together, we address current and emerging issues confronting recovery courts with timely and critical training and technical assistance. The NEARCP promotes regional coordination to address challenges common in New England treatment courts and develops collective policies and practices responsive to those challenges. With a central forum and repository of resources relevant to the development, operation, and administration of recovery courts, the NEARCP is here to help your recovery court community.
What’s Recovery Got To Do With It? Only. . . Everything!
Tom Coderre, Regional Administrator for Region 1 – New England – Substance Abuse and Mental
Taking Stock of Drug Courts After 30 Years: The Good News, The Bad News, and Lessons Learned for the Next Generation
Douglas Marlowe, JD, PhD, Senior Scientific Consultant, National Association of Drug Court Professionals
Practical Guidance for Continuing Treatment, Supporting Recovery, and Preventing Recurrence/Relapse During These Unprecedented Times and Beyond
Terrence Walton, MSW, CSAC, Chief Operating Officer, National Association of Drug Court Professionals
Burning Issues in Treatment Courts; Working with Methamphetamine Involved Participants; Complex Cases; Program Termination
Helen Harberts, MA, JD, Chief Probation Officer and Chief Deputy Assistant District Attorney (retired), Butte County California