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How do Wisconsin Specialty Courts Work

Wisconsin Specialty Courts are problem-solving courts that use heterodox methods to process crimes and problems in the justice system. Thus, instead of imposing jail time on offenders, the courts use other interventions to help the offender, while also holding offenders accountable for their actions. This approach has been rapidly growing throughout the Wisconsin justice system and has mainly been successful compared to orthodox methods. Civil servants run problem-solving courts in collaboration with other government agencies and institutions, including:

  • The National Center for State Courts
  • An advisory group of judges
  • District court administrators
  • County program coordinators
  • The Wisconsin Department of Justice
  • The Wisconsin Department of Corrections
  • The Office of Court Operations
  • The office of the Director of State Courts

There is a wide variety of problem-solving courts in Wisconsin, each with its unique way of processing offenders. However, all of the courts share the common goal of addressing the underlying issues of a participant’s criminal behavior. The average length of participation in the program is 12 months. The types of problem-solving courts in Wisconsin include:

  • Drug & OWI courts: These are the most common types of problem-solving courts in Wisconsin. The program works to reduce drug use, relapse, and repeat offense among defendants and offenders. Eligible offenders must pass risk and needs assessment before the court can accept them into the program. Generally, participants are first-time offenders with a non-violent history. The program uses judicial interaction, supervision, incentives, and sanctions to ensure that participants display commitment. To graduate, the participant must complete a treatment or rehabilitation program, attend counseling sessions, and build skills that increase the ability to lead drug- and crime-free lives.
  • Juvenile courts: Juvenile drug courts apply a similar approach to drug & OWI courts, except the program is tailored to the needs of youth with substance use disorders.
  • Mental health courts: This program seeks to address the needs of adult offenders with mental disabilities or illnesses. The judiciary runs the mental health court program in collaboration with local mental health service providers.
  • Reentry courts: The program seeks to prevent and address former inmates’ challenges after completing jail time. These include drug addiction, mental illness, unequal access to education, inadequate skills, or job experience, which may result in repeat offenses.
  • Domestic violence courts: This program works explicitly with domestic violence victims and ensures that perpetrators are held accountable for their actions. The program also seeks to promote information sharing between advocacy groups, government agencies, private institutions, and the judiciary.
  • Veterans courts: This program exists to tackle the unique criminal and civil legal problems veterans face, including child support, divorce, unemployment, and foreclosure. At present, the veterans’ court program covers 33 counties in Wisconsin. Depending on the county, eligible participants receive free legal aid but must agree to regular court supervision for a period. During this time, the court assigns mentors to veterans who guide mentees in resolving the challenges faced.

These are the ten (10) principles that guide the operation of drug treatment courts in Wisconsin.

  • Integration of drug treatment services with justice/case processing
  • Non-confrontational approach to promoting public safety
  • Prompt and early enrollment of eligible participants
  • Providing access to treatment and rehabilitation services
  • Monitoring participants’ sobriety with frequent drug tests
  • Sanctions and incentives to ensure participants’ compliance
  • Continual judicial interaction with every participant
  • Periodic evaluation of the program’s goals, achievement, and effectiveness
  • Continual interdisciplinary education of program coordinators and partners
  • Strategic partnerships with other courts, public agencies, and community-based organizations in Wisconsin

Problem-solving courts go by different names in Wisconsin. And according to the map provided by the Wisconsin Department of Justice, there is at least one program in each judicial district in Wisconsin. The following is a list of the location and contact information of problem-solving courts in Wisconsin:

Adams County Problem Solving Courts

Circuit Court, P. O. Box 200

Friendship, WI 53934

Phone: (608) 339–4215

Ashland County Criminal Justice Program

201 West Main Street

Ashland, WI 54806

Phone: (715) 682–4792

Brown County Circuit Court

P. O. Box 23600

Green Bay, WI 54305

Phone: (920) 448–4112

Buffalo Problem Solving Courts

Buffalo County Circuit Court

P. O. Box 337

Alma, WI 54610

Phone: (608) 685–6202

Burnett County Drug Court

7410 County Road K, Suite 280

Siren, WI 54872

Phone: (715) 349–8878

Bayfield Field Reduction Treatment Court

117 East 5th Street, P. O. Box 878

Washburn, WI 54891

Phone: 715–373–6194

Barron County Problem Solving Courts

Barron County Government Center

335 East Monroe Avenue

Barron, WI 54812

Phone: (715) 537–6341

Columbia County Problem Solving Courts

400 Dewitt Street

Portage, WI 53901

Phone: (608) 742–9653

Chippewa County Problem Solving Courts

Chippewa County Dept. of Administration

711 North Bridge Street, Room 218

Chippewa Falls, WI 54729

Phone: (715) 726–7798

Crawford Problem Solving Courts

220 North Beaumont Road

Prairie du Chien, WI 53821

Phone: (608) 326–1140

Dane County Problem Solving Courts

210 Martin Luther King, Jr. Boulevard

Madison, WI 53701

Phone: (608) 266–3022

Dodge County Problem Solving Program

District Attorney’s Office

210 W. Center Street

Juneau, WI 53039

Phone: (920) 386–3610

Douglas County Problem Solving Program

DOC/Division of Community Corrections

1310 North 14th Street, Suite 260

Superior, WI 54880

Phone: (715) 392–7915

Dunn County Criminal Justice Collaborating Council

3003 US Highway 12 East

Menomonie, WI 54751

Phone: (715) 231–6686

Eau Claire County Problem Solving Programs

721 Oxford Avenue

Eau Claire, WI 54703

Phone: (715) 839–5106

Florence County Problem Solving Programs

UW Extension Supervisor

5628 Forestry Drive

Florence, WI 54121

Phone: (715) 528–5172

Grant County Treatment Courts

130 West Maple Street, Room A301

Lancaster, WI 53813

Phone: (608) 723–1738

Iowa County Drug Treatment Court

222 North Iowa Street

Dodgeville, WI 53533

Phone: (608) 935–0393

Jackson County Problem Solving Courts

307 Main Street

Black River Falls, WI 54615

Phone: (715) 284–0287

Jefferson County Problem Solving Courts

311 South Center Avenue, Room 111

Jefferson, WI 53549

Phone: (920) 674–8632

Kenosha County Drugs and Veterans Court

912 56th Street

Kenosha, WI 53140

Phone: (262) 653–2712

La Crosse County Human Services

333 Vine Street

La Crosse, WI 54601

Phone: (608) 785–6216

Manitowoc County Human Services Department

926 South 8th Street

Manitowoc, WI 54220

Phone: (920) 683–4986

Marathon County Problem Solving Courts

500 Forest Street

Wausau, WI 54403

Phone: (715) 261–1191

Marinette County Treatment Drug Court Program

2500 Hall Avenue

Marinette, WI 54143

Phone: (715) 732–7752

Marquette County Treatment Court

P. O. Box 187

Montello, WI 53949

Phone: (608) 297–3014

Milwaukee County Drug Court

821 West State Street, Room 308

Milwaukee, WI 53233

Phone: (414) 278–5398

Monroe County Justice Department

112 South Court Street, Room 1008

Sparta, WI 54656

Phone: (608) 269–8897

Oconto County Problem Solving Program

Office of the State Public Defender

101 North Ogden Road, Suite C

Peshtigo, WI 54157

Phone: (715) 582–1193

Outagamie County Drug and Alcohol Treatment Court

401 South Elm Street

Appleton, WI 54911

Phone: (920) 832–5270

Ozaukee-Washington County Public Health Department

121 West Main Street

Madison, WI 53074

Phone: (262) 283–8170

Pepin County Diversion Program

P. O. Box 39

Durand, WI 54610

Phone: (715) 672–8859

Pierce County Drug Court

412 West Kinne Street

Ellsworth, WI 54011

Phone: (715) 307–7409

Polk County Treatment Court

100 Polk County Plaza, Suite 50

Balsam Lake, WI 54810

Phone: (715) 485–8458

Portage County Adult Treatment Court

1462 Strongs Avenue

Stevens Point, WI 54481

Phone: (715) 346–1342

Price County OWI Treatment Program

P. O. Box 0088

104 South Eyder Ave

Phillips, WI 54555

Phone: (715) 339–2158

Racine County Hybrid Drug Treatment Court

717 Taylor Avenue, 3rd Floor

Racine, WI 53403

Phone: (262) 638–6448

Rock County Drug/OWI Treatment Court

51 South Main Street

Janesville, WI 53545

Phone: (608) 757–5519

Rusk County Hybrid OWI/Drug Court

311 East Miner Avenue

Ladysmith, WI 54848

Phone: (715) 532–2150

Sauk OWI/Drug Treatment Court

515 Oak Street

Baraboo, WI 53913

Phone: (608) 355–4880

St. Croix County Drug Court

1752 Dorset Lane

New Richmond, WI 54017

Phone: (715) 386–4723

Taylor County OWI Treatment Court

224 South 2nd Street

Medford, WI 54451

Phone: (715) 748–1435

Trempealeau County Recovery Court

P. O. Box 67

Whitehall, WI 54773

Phone: (715) 538–1837

Vernon County Sobriety Court

400 Courthouse Square, Suite 115

Viroqua, WI 54665

Phone: (608) 637–5364

Walworth County Drug Court

P. O. Box 1001

Elkhorn, WI 53121

Phone: (262) 741–7039

Washburn County Hybrid Drug Court

P. O. Box 250

Shell Lake, WI 54781

Phone: (715) 468–4734

Waukesha County Drug Courts

514 Riverview Avenue, Suite 284

Waukesha, WI 53188

Phone: (262) 548–7925

Waushara County Treatment Court Program

230 West Park Street

Wautoma, WI 54982

Phone: (920) 787–6550

Winnebago County Diversion Program

220 Washington Avenue

Oshkosh, WI 54901

Phone: (920) 236–4622

Wood County Criminal Justice Task Force

400 Market Street, P. O. Box 8095

Wisconsin Rapids, WI 54495–8095

Phone: (715) 421–8420

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