All Rise and our divisions tackle pressing public health and public safety issues.

All Rise seeks to address critical issues related to substance use and mental health through dynamic projects and partnerships. If your organization is interested in partnering with All Rise on a project, please reach contact chief development officer Aaron Arnold.

Every Court Is A Treatment Court

All Rise’s Center for Advancing Justice help justice systems build the capacity to rapidly screen, assess, and refer individuals with substance use and mental health disorders to appropriate, evidence-based interventions. By providing hands-on training and targeted technical assistance to courts and their community-based partners, we can help you make every court a treatment court.

Juvenile Treatment Courts

All Rise’s Treatment Court Institute partnership with the National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges (NCJFCJ) provides comprehensive training and technical assistance to juvenile treatment courts, including implementation of research-based best practices and assisting courts in building recovery capital and supports for youth and families.

Overdose Prevention

All Rise’s Center for Advancing Justice is working with jurisdictions around the country to build rapid response overdose prevention programs based on The 10 Essential Elements of Opioid Intervention Courts. Too often, court-involved individuals at risk of drug overdose wait weeks or months before being connected with substance use treatment, if they receive treatment at all. Rapid response programs identify those at risk of overdose and connect them to treatment within hours of arrest.

State Judiciary Education

All Rise’s Center for Advancing Justice has partnered with the White House Office of National Drug Control Policy to train state court judges and other justice system professionals to apply evidence-based practices for addressing substance use disorders at every stage of the justice system.