The Juvenile and Family Treatment Court Leadership Award
The National Association of Drug Court Professionals (NADCP) seeks nominations for the Juvenile and Family Treatment Court Leadership Award. The award shines a spotlight of commendation on an individual and/or organization demonstrating exemplary service to the juvenile and/or family treatment court field. The nominee must meet the eligibility requirements listed below and receive three letters of nomination outlining their outstanding contribution to the field. Award winner(s) will be announced at RISE22.
Eligibility Requirements and Guidelines
- Nominations are due Thursday, May 19, 2022.
- The person, team, or organization contributed to the advancement of the nation’s juvenile and family treatment court effort
- The person, team or organization has demonstrated significant leadership and exemplary performance through both specific results and public recognition at the local, regional, state or national level
- The person, team or organization must have served in the field for at least three years
- If a person, the person is living and has not previously won the award;
- The person and/or organization must be named in a letter of nomination from three separate juvenile and family treatment court practitioners, articulating how the nominee meets the foregoing criteria
- Both the person nominated and the nominating individuals must be current members of NADCP. An individual can self-nominate or be nominated by his/her peers