Agenda & Presentations: 2021 Annual Training Conference

CACJ is excited to share the  2021 Annual Training Conference Program

Conference Presentations 

Select recordings and materials are available at the discretion of the presenter. If there is not a link to the material or recording, the content is not available. 

CACJ has posted conference session PowerPoints and handouts on this page. Select recordings and materials are available at the discretion of the presenter.

During the conference, select sessions were recorded and are available on demand for viewing. Registered attendees can view the content by accessing the virtual conference platform here. CEU credit is not available for viewing on demand sessions. An abbreviated agenda of on demand content is available     here  

If there is not a link to the material or recording, the content is not available. 

Conference Evaluations and Certificates of Attendance

The 2021 conference evaluations ended Thursday, October 14, 2021. 

Certificates of Attendance were distributed to ALL REGISTERED ATTENDEES  via the email provided during registration on November 1, 2021.


Monday, September 27, 2021

Collaboration in Cross-Functional Teams

Breakout A

A1: Treatment Modality and Dosage: A Treatment Court Approach

A2: Addressing Conflict within Cross-Functional Teams

A3: Sanctions and Due Process: What Process is Due?

A4: We built it! Now we need them to come. Identification, Referral, and Early Engagement in FTCs.

A5: Utilizing the Voices of Lived Experience in Recovery Alongside Clinical Treatment Models

A6: Veterans Court Challenges and Adaptations During the COVID-19 Pandemic

A7: Understanding Adolescent Behavior through a Trauma Informed Lens

A8: Juvenile Drug Treatment Court Guidelines: The Big Picture, The Critical Details - Part 1 and 2

Roles & Responsibilities of Direct Service Staff Working with Young Adults in Crisis

Tuesday, September 28, 2021

You Can’t Stop What You Don’t Know – Current Alcohol and Drug Trends and Identifiers

Breakout B

B1: Kratom and Other Herbal/Non-Traditional Drug Use Terms and Trends

B2: Responding to Behaviors- Incentives, Sanctions & Therapeutic Adjustments - Part 1 and Part 2

B3: Secondary Traumatization and Self-Care in the Courts

B4: Emerging Opioid Court Models

B5: Applying Ethics to Treatment Professionals in Accountability Courts - Part 1 and Part 2

B6: Addiction as a Brain Disease - Part 1 and Part 2

B7: Overview of Mental Health Disorders

B8: Family-Centered, Comprehensive Case Plan – What is it and how do we do it?

Breakout C

C1: Coping with a Participant’s Overdose: When the Unthinkable Becomes Inevitable

C4: Liberating Latinx Communities: Understanding the Intersection of Oppressive Systems and Trauma

C5: Trauma and Substance Abuse and the Impact on Military Families

C8: Encouragement, Engagement, and Accountability – Effective Behavior Responses in a Family Treatment Court

Wednesday, September 29, 2021

D1: Planning for a Cyber Crisis: Managing Your Accountability Court's Information

D2: Ethics and Professionalism for Defense Attorneys

D3: A Nudge from a Judge - Part 2, We're Back!

D4: Reaching the 33%: How Do We Stop the High-Risk Impaired Driver?

D5: Engaging Participants Through Therapeutic Jurisprudence

D6: Why and How a Swift, Certain, and Fair Sanctions Pilot Program Involving High/Risk Needs Probationers Needs to Be Assessed (Panel Presentation)

D7: Developing Alumni Groups for Accountability Courts

D8: Building the Bridge Together: Combining resources through communication, referrals, and cooperation to support Mental Health participants in our courts and communities

Recovering Recovery