10th Annual Tribal Healing to Wellness Court Virtual Enhancement Training
September 28, 2020 - October 2, 2020
The Tribal Healing to Wellness Court Virtual Enhancement Training is a tribal-specific national training for tribal problem-solving courts. The Virtual Enhancement Training features Wellness Court best practices and innovative strategies.
The Tribal Law and Policy Institute (TLPI) is pleased to offer four tracks in this year's curriculum:
- General Wellness Courts
- Juvenile Wellness Courts
- Veterans Courts
- Law Enforcement's Role
The Enhancement Training focuses upon tribal issues, including jurisdictional and legal issues unique to Indian Country; the incorporation of custom and tradition into the phases, case management, treatment curriculums, and tangential services; and the peer-to-peer sharing of successful Healing to Wellness Courts models in operations. Training topics will cover the adult criminal, juvenile delinquency, family dependency, DWI/DUI, and veterans models.
The Enhancement Training is free to all participants. A digital copy of all training materials, including publications, handouts and session PowerPoint presentations, will be available on the virtual training space and available to all attendees at EnhancementTraining.org after the event. You can view 2012-2019 presentation materials at our Prior Materials page.
Wellness Court teams are encouraged to attend as a team, including the Judge, Prosecutor, Defense Counselor, Coordinator, Case Manager, Probation Officer, Law Enforcement Officer, Treatment Provider, Behavioral Health Representative, Child Welfare Representative, Cultural Resource Provider, all other team members, Advisory and or Steering Committee members and Tribal Council members.
Enhancement Training faculty include TLPI core Wellness Court consultants, and Tribal Youth Resource Center specialists, many of whom also provide individualized onsite and offsite technical assistance, and will be available throughout the training for any one-on-one or team meetings or questions. Other faculty include our partner national technical assistance providers, including:
- National American Indian & Alaska Native Addiction Technology Transfer Center
- National Drug Court Resource Center
- Center for Court Innovation
- Children and Family Futures
- National Association of Drug Court Professionals
- National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges