The mission of the FMDC is to provide a therapeutically oriented court managed, medically assisted drug intervention treatment if appropriate and monitoring program, that assists participants with a drug dependency diagnosis in developing a sober life style through evidence based intervention and the appropriate alcohol/drug/mental health treatment in a non-adversarial approach, as an alternative to traditional case processing.
Goals and Objectives - Standard 1(C)
- Goal: Learn to live a drug and alcohol free life
- Objective: Within two years of entering the Drug Program, the participant develops coping skills and recognizes relapse triggers through drug and alcohol counseling. In order to have a successful completion of the program, the participant must provide negative drug screens for a minimum of 5 months prior to successful completion.
- Goal: Increase successful completions of the terms of community control/probation and develop a relapse prevention plan.
- Objective: Within two years to have 60% of participants successfully complete the FMDC and 100% of the participants to develop a relapse prevention plan prior to completion of the program.
- Goal: Enhance the employment or education skills of the participant.
- Objective: Within two years to have 70% of graduates working full or part time, enrolled in school full or part time, or obtaining/obtain a GED or specialized certificate to improve employment opportunities.
- Goal: Reduce the average days the participant would spend in jail.
- Objective: Decrease the average days spent in jail by participants by at least 50%.
- Goal: Obtain and utilize outside support systems.
- Objective: Before completion, the participant must be able to verbalize his/her support system outside of the treatment team, which will be included in their relapse prevention plan.
- Goal: Stable housing.
- Objective: Within two years to have 80% of participants maintain a revenue source for secure permanent housing.
- Goal: Reduce recidivism.
- Objective: Decrease the rate of recidivism of the participants to 25%.