The North Carolina Court System Home
The North Carolina Court System The North Carolina Court System
  Judicial Careers Judicial Directory Judicial Forms Frequently Asked Questions Contact Us Search Search space
 
Menu Citizens   Robeson County - District 16B Court Picture
Menu Courts
Menu Employees
Appellate DivisionTrial DivisionCourt Resources & ServicesOther Court Officials
Court Picture
   County / Robeson / CPrograms / About  Print  Court Picture
Image Star
Image Star
Image Star
Image Star
Dotted Line
 
 
Family Drug Treatment Court
 
Family Drug Treatment Court (FDTC) is a special court for cases involving parent(s) and guardian(s) who are in danger of losing custody of their children because of substance abuse and child neglect issues.

The goal of the program is to help parents achieve a fundamental change in lifestyle by providing support and assisting them in recovering from drug and/or alcohol addictions. FDTC provides resources to help parents become responsible caregivers and positive role models to their children by linking them with a wide range of community resources such as health care, housing, parenting and life skills, as well as educational and job training programs.

The Family Drug Treatment Court program in Robeson County is an integral part of the Robeson County Bridges for Families Program. This program is supported by a five-year Regional Partnership Grant awarded in October 2007 to the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services from the United States Department of Health and Human Services Administration for Children and Families.
 
 
 
   
Court Picture