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Drug Treatment Court Services

A substance abuse intervention model that combines drug addiction treatment with the judicial supervision of a “problem-solving” court, as an alternative to incarceration for individuals who face charges as a result of non-violent criminal activities related to their substance abuse.

Clients participate in a structured outpatient program with extensive case management services. Upon successful completion of the program, which lasts a minimum of one year, clients receive a non-custodial sentence, rather than incarceration.

The DTC is a partnership between the Centre, the Ontario Court of Justice, the Federal Department of Justice and many community agencies. Entry into the program is voluntary: prospective clients need to apply through their lawyer and/or Duty Counsel at Old City Hall.

Contact: For more information regarding legal considerations call the Duty Counsel Office at (416) 594-9300. For information regarding treatment call (416) 535-8501 ext. 33930. Website: http://www.tdtc.ca/

Location: Treatment -- 100 Stokes Street, Bell Gateway Building, Addictions Program 3rd floor. (Queen/Ossington)  Court sessions -- Old City Hall, Toronto

 

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