Nassau County Family Treatment Court (NCFTC) is a long-term recovery program, focused on increased outcomes, that offers specialized services to substance affected parents and families coming into court under neglect proceedings. An EAC partner, NCFTC provides coordinated case management, drug testing, electronic monitoring for alcohol use, outpatient substance abuse treatment via EAC’s OASAS licensed New Path Treatment Center, supervised visitation, and Court Appointed Special Advocates.
Funding Generously Provided by:
U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention (OJJDP), and private donations.
Supervising Case Manager
Addiction is on the rise and each year – in Nassau County – a growing number of families are impacted by substance abuse. Many come into court under child neglect proceedings. In order to end this heartbreaking epidemic, communities must work together to break the revolving door cycle of crime and addiction.
Nassau County Family Treatment Court (NCFTC) partnered with EAC Network to provide families affected by substance abuse with specialized services that target long term recovery. When a parent first comes to court, they undergo a screening by a case manager from the treatment team to determine whether they meet the program’s criteria. Once deemed appropriate and the parent voluntarily agrees, they are officially admitted shortly after intake.
How We Do it:
The Nassau County Family Treatment Court uses a multi-disciplinary approach including coordinated case management, drug testing, electronic monitoring for alcohol use, outpatient substance abuse treatment via EAC’s OASAS licensed New Path Treatment Center, supervised visitation, and Court Appointed Special Advocates. Through this collaborative effort, resources are dedicated to helping and healing Nassau County families.
What People Say About Nassau County Family Treatment Court (NCFTC)
“I was blessed to be surrounded by an amazing team of people who truly cared about not only my well-being and reunification, but getting better, my recovery and always having my back. Being a part of Family Treatment Court was one of the best things that happened to me. I was never judged and always pushed to be honest, which is a major key to true sobriety. If you’re serious about getting better, this can and will be a beautiful expe-rience with all the tools you need to succeed.” -S.E.O, NCFTC Client