OREGON – The New Horizon’s Ogle County Adult Drug Court recently celebrated the graduation of four participants who successfully completed all 5 required phases of Drug Court.
The mission of Drug Court is to reduce the cost of substance related crime, while holding offenders accountable for their behavior and preventing recidivism, by effectively addressing substance-related crime in Ogle County through the education and intensive individualized treatment of offenders, thereby enabling them to become productive, responsible citizens. Drug Court requires a minimum commitment of 14 months and total of 5 phases that must be successfully completed in order to graduate.
New Horizon’s Ogle County Drug Court is able to sustain its program with grants and donations made possible through a partnership with The Foundation for Focus House and Community Programming, a 501c3 organization.
The Honorable John B. Roe, Ogle County Drug Court Presiding Judge and Ogle County State’s Attorney, Eric Morrow presented each graduate with an Order of Successful Discharge from Drug Court, along with a certificate and pin.