Adult Drug Treatment Court

The Lenawee County Adult Drug Treatment Court (LCADTC) is a voluntary, intensive probation program that accepts defendants who are residents of Lenawee County and convicted of non-violent drug/alcohol related felonies in the 39th Circuit Court.

The LCADTC has been operating since 2016 and is able to accommodate up to 60 participants and takes a minimum of 22 months to complete. We are funded through grants from the Michigan State Court Administrative Office, Bureau of Justice Assistance, and the Lenawee Community Foundation.

  1. Mission/Vision Statement
  2. Eligibility Criteria
  3. Documents & Forms

The MISSION of the Lenawee County Adult Drug Treatment Court is to provide therapeutic, dignified and fair interventions through the judicial system for defendants whose underlying cause of involvement with the criminal justice system is due to an addiction disorder and/or a co-occurring disorder.

The VISION is one of improved quality of life for the probationer, and for the community through increased safety, improved commitment and responsibility to neighbors, and giving back by providing structure and support for others who struggle with sobriety and recovery.

“Restoring the quality of life and safety in our community…
Saving lives."