New Leaf Program

Assisting in Drug Treatment in Recovery

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New Leaf Program

The New Leaf Program is a 16 to 24-month drug court program certified by the Ohio Supreme Court Specialized Docket Section. Upon entering the program, the participant will meet with the Honorable Carolyn J. Paschke regularly to discuss and evaluate progress, participation and achievements, and be supported by a Treatment Team of professionals who will assist the participant in all phases of treatment and recovery. Successful participation in the New Leaf Program eliminates the cost of prison, substantially decreases or eliminates the amount of time spent in jail and reduces the likelihood of future crime/incarceration.

The New Leaf Program has been recognized as one of ten mentor courts out of more than 4,000 treatment courts across the nation.  Mentor courts are chosen based on a rigorous peer-review process and a thorough examination of practices and documentation.  Being a mentor court means being a leader and a role model.

Mission Statement

To help participants suffering from addiction and combined addiction and mental illness, by providing resources, support and requiring accountability; with the goals of assisting participants in becoming productive members of our community, reducing recidivism, providing treatment instead of incarceration where appropriate, and improving the safety of the public and participants.

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New Leaf Program Forms

Year Category
Participant Handbook Participant-Handbook.pdf Feb 6, 2023 2023-02-06 New Leaf Drug Program Forms
New Leaf Program (Drug Court) Application New-Leaf-Program-Drug-Court-Application.pdf Feb 6, 2023 2023-02-06 New Leaf Drug Program Forms
Drug Court Program Description Drug-Court-Program-Description.pdf Feb 6, 2023 2023-02-06 New Leaf Drug Program Forms
Drug Court Participation Agreement Drug-Court-Participation-Agreement.pdf Feb 6, 2023 2023-02-06 New Leaf Drug Program Forms
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