The Marquette County Treatment Court is a hybrid court that was started originally by Judge Richard O. Wright in 2008.
Treatment Court provides individuals the opportunity to change their life circumstances and become alcohol and drug free. This is accomplished by comprehensive assessment and treatment for substance use and mental health diagnosis, intensive supervision, random drug and breath testing, regular court appearances and immediate sanctions and incentives in response to behavior. Honesty and individual accountability are at the foundation of the treatment court program.
The Marquette County Treatment Court utilizes evidence-based practices in its delivery of services for substance abuse health and ancillary services. Cognitive behavioral programming and enhanced mental health services are inherent pieces of the program. The majority of these services are provided by the Marquette County Clinical Services program or with community partners.
If you know a Marquette County resident who may be a good candidate for the Marquette County Treatment Court, please fill out the online referral form below. Any questions can be directed to Case Manager, Alice Schlotte at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 608-297-3014.