American Addiction Centers

American Addiction Centers (AAC) is a leading provider of addiction treatment and recovery services in the United States. With multiple facilities across the country, AAC offers a range of programs and services to help individuals overcome addiction and achieve lasting recovery. Their approach is personalized and evidence-based, with a focus on addressing the physical, emotional, and psychological aspects of addiction. AAC offers a wide range of treatment options, including medical detox, residential treatment, outpatient programs, and aftercare services. They also provide resources and support to families and loved ones affected by addiction. AACs mission is to empower individuals and communities to achieve recovery and a better quality of life.

California Courts

The Judicial Council of California is the policymaking body for California’s judiciary, ensuring the consistent, independent, and impartial administration of justice. The Council develops strategic initiatives, sets standards, and provides oversight for court administration, improving access and fairness within the judicial system. It comprises judges, court executives, attorneys, and public members, collaborating to enhance the quality of justice in California.

California Policy Lab

The California Policy Lab (CPL) is a research center that uses data-driven approaches to inform public policy and address pressing social issues in California. The lab partners with government agencies, nonprofits, and other organizations to conduct rigorous, applied research that generates evidence-based insights to improve the effectiveness and efficiency of public programs and services. The CPLs areas of focus include criminal justice, homelessness, education, labor markets, and poverty. The lab is committed to advancing equity and inclusion in all of its research, and to promoting the use of data and evidence in decision-making processes to support positive social outcomes for all Californians.

Collaborative Justice Courts

The Collaborative Justice Courts is a program of the California court system that aims to reduce recidivism and promote public safety by addressing the underlying causes of criminal behavior. Collaborative Justice Courts operate under the principles of therapeutic justice and aim to provide coordinated services to offenders that address their individual needs, such as drug treatment, mental health services, and job training. The program includes several specialized courts, including drug courts, mental health courts, and veterans courts. These courts use a team-based approach that includes judges, prosecutors, defense attorneys, and treatment providers to help participants successfully complete the program and avoid further involvement in the criminal justice system.

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Resources for Addiction Treatment & Recovery

Se the AAC Guides and Resources sections for further information.

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