Big, Bold Celebrations of You and Your Lifesaving Work

National Treatment Court Month 2024 is off to an incredible start. Check out just a few of the inspiring news and events we’ve seen so far below, and view our new web gallery for more!

Don’t forget to submit photos, videos, and media coverage of your milestones, graduations, and other events so we can help amplify. If you want to be featured at RISE24, be sure to submit before May 19!

Federal Partners

BJA Director Karhlton Moore joins treatment court alumni at the second Treatment Court Alumni Summit in New Mexico


In honor of National Treatment Court Month, All Rise and the National Treatment Court Alumni Association are proud to announce the publication of “Sharing Your Story With Dignity and Purpose.” This newly revamped guide is for treatment court alumni and others in recovery as they prepare to share their powerful stories with the world. Download yours today!

Last week, the NTCAA launched its new website. Learn more and become a member today at

Alumni participate in the second Alumni Summit in New Mexico

Major Milestones

Congratulations to all the court programs celebrating milestones this month! We see you:

  • 1,000 graduates: Georgia’s Hall County Drug Court (top L)
  • First graduation: Louisiana’s 21st Judicial District Veterans Treatment Court (bottom L)
  • Peer support specialist graduation: South Dakota’s Second Circuit Treatment Courts (R)

The Hall County, Georgia drug court honors its 1000th graduate

Community Events

We love seeing treatment courts making an impact in their communities:

  • Walk for recovery: The Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands Drug Court Program and Mental Health Court Docket (L)
  • Annual community cleanup: Indiana’s Knox County Drug Court (R)

The Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands Drug Court Program and Mental Health Court Docket holds a walk for recovery

Local Proclamations

Treatment Court Month proclamations can happen at all levels, and we’ve seen some amazing local proclamations and support across the country, including:

Treatment Court Month Proclamations