PurposeThe Davidson County Drug Court Program is a diversionary program that provides for the supervision of non-violent offenders with substance abuse problems combined with intensive treatment and other integrated services. The key to making this program successful is Developing Character During Confinement (DC4). We have successfully developed a therapeutic community that allows offenders to address their chemical dependency and mental health issues as well as make modification to their criminal behavior.

Mission Statement

The Davidson County Drug Court Program is committed to providing a quality therapeutic community to promote positive change in criminal and addictive behaviors for the purpose of reintegrating adult offenders into society.

Vision Statement

Davidson County Drug Court Residential Program wishes to be known for creating a model program dedicated to meeting the treatment needs of the people we serve, using a holistic approach. We strive in partnership with the Davidson County community, to become the creative and comprehensive provider of treatment services in the criminal justice system. We emphasize maintaining a responsive, effective and well- coordinated continuum of care. We promote a respect for the dignity of our clients and staff. We are committed to professional excellence, integrity and improvement in all we do.

Of all operating Drug Courts in the United States, Davidson County was one of the first drug courts that operates its own residential facility.