Juvenile Treatment Provider Training

In-person and virtual training for treatment providers working with juveniles in the justice system.


Presented in partnership with the American Society of Addiction Medicine, this training is designed for addiction treatment professionals working with juvenile clients in treatment courts and other justice interventions. Professionals both new and advanced will learn evidence-based methods for the effective treatment of justice-involved juveniles with substance use disorders.

Training is presented in two parts: a recorded prerequisite training available to watch any time followed by a live, virtual training led by seasoned experts in juvenile justice and treatment. Continuing education hours are available.

What's Covered

  • Overview of substance use disorders in adolescents
  • Developing treatment programs to improve outcomes
  • Family engagement techniques
  • Clinical supervision guidance
  • And more!

Available Training Dates

All trainings are currently full. Check back soon for more dates.


All juvenile treatment provider trainings are free of charge, supported by the Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention within the Office of Justice Programs at the U.S. Department of Justice.

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Contact Us

Samantha Beale

Training Coordinator, Treatment Court Institute