As recovery and problem-solving Courts around the country celebrate National Drug Court Month, Governor Bill Haslam has proclaimed May of 2018 to be Drug and Recovery Court Month in Tennessee! The proclamation recognizes “that when just one person can break the cycle of substance use and crime, the individual, community, and state are better off.” Williamson [&hellip
DUI Court Foundation is participating in The Big Payback! The Big Payback is a community-wide, 24-hour online giving challenge hosted by The Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee. Go to thebigpayback.org on May 2nd to make a contribution that will change lives and make our community safer!
Sponsored by the National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence, “Alcohol Awareness Month provides a focused opportunity across America to increase awareness and understanding of alcoholism, its causes, effective treatment and recovery. It is an opportunity to decrease stigma and misunderstandings in order to dismantle the barriers to treatment and recovery, and thus, make seeking [&hellip
On March 22, nearly 300 people came together to raise awareness and support DUI Court Foundation for the annual fundraising event held at Franklin Theatre. Thank you to all who helped make the evening a success! Those on-hand were treated to fellowship and live music performed by Grammy-nominated John Ford Coley. Funds raised during the charity auction and celebrity [&hellip
On March 8th we recognized the hard work and accomplishments of our four newest graduates, bringing the total to 80 since the program started in 2010 – we are SO proud of them!!! The celebration included words of wisdom from our inspirational guest speaker and presentation of the “All Rise” award to DUI Court Foundation [&hellip
The DUI Court Foundation of Williamson County is hosting our annual “Take the Cake” Charity Cake Auction & Celebrity Concert on Thursday, March 22 at 7 PM at The Franklin Theatre. Our incredible guest artist is John Ford Coley (of England Dan & John Ford Coley)! Click here to get your tickets now!
This month we recognize the importance of positive role models and healthy support systems during National Mentoring Month. Click the photo inside this post to learn more.
What does the DUI Court program mean to those we serve? Here is what one participant had to say . .
We wish peace, health, and prosperity for you and yours in 2018!
On November 9th we celebrated six participants who recently completed the DUI Court program. Each demonstrated an amazing commitment to being honest, humble, open, and willing during their journey with us – their resiliency is inspirational! The Commencement Ceremony was held at St. Paul’s Otey Hall and featured words of wisdom from Guest Speaker, Steve [&hellip