National Association of Drug Court Professionals

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National Association of Drug Court Professionals (NADCP)
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Year created:1994
The National Association of Drug Court Professionals (NADCP) is a national non-profit 501(c)(3) corporation created in 1994. It was created by members of the first 12 drug courts of the United States. The association is dedicated to "improving the justice system by using a combination of judicial monitoring and effective treatment to compel drug-using offenders to change their lives." As of November 2013, 2,734 Drug Courts exist, along with another 1,122 problem-solving courts (mental health courts, community courts, reentry courts, DWI courts, etc.) across all 50 states.[1]

Since 1994, the NADCP has trained over 36,641 drug court professionals and developed 37 publications. The NADCP also provides training to over 3,000 professionals for drug courts and problem-solving courts at its annual national conference.[1]


The NADCP is governed by a board of directors which consists of 28 members. The board is composed principally of sitting judges, but it also includes retired judges and various other law professionals. Members of the board serve two-year terms, with a three term limit.[2][3]

2014 elections

As of November 2013, the NADCP has not spent any money on the 2014 election cycle.[4]

2012 elections reports no spending made by the NADCP in the 2012 election cycle.[4]


The NADCP spent $80,000 in 2010.[5]


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