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Problem Solving Courts

WITS Problem Solving Court provides states and local jurisdictions the ability to manage all aspects of individuals’ involvement in problem solving court systems.

WITS provides a comprehensive case record shareable between court staff, judges, treatment and recovery agencies. Workflows are configured to meet the needs of the court system, allowing staff to capture all the necessary information about the individual throughout their involvement with the court. This information is then compiled into a Progress Report to offer a comprehensive look at the individual’s case and progress.

Screens and Features Overview:

  • Problem Solving Court tracking of Enrollment, Admission and Discharges
  • Case Management
  • Case Updates – Including New Charges, Phases, Incentives/Sanctions, Community Service, Court Notes
  • Drug Testing Results
  • Fees and Payments
  • Client Progress Reports
  • Ad Hoc Reporting

Primary Users:

  • Court case management agencies
  • State or county level court agencies

Individual has charges in a county where a Preliminary Jury or a general session judge decides that this individual is eligible for drug court. During drug court sessions the judge will ask the individual if he wants to be in the drug court. If he agrees then the individual cases are reviewed. The individual is then enrolled in the Drug Court program where the individual needs to report weekly to members of the drug court team (team composed of behavioral health personnel, probation officer, judge, A&D tx provider, public defender and district attorney, recovery housing providers, etc). Some Drug Courts have licensed clinical workers who can provide treatment services. Some others are doing referral Supervised Probation Offender Treatment Agencies, in which case the evolution and results of treatment are shared with the drug court. Drug Courts providing treatment services or Provider agency could do the following activities: ASI, progress/case management notes, tx plan, ASAM updates, consent, referral, Drug Testing Result in WITS (some have labs and on site). Judge will be able to see everything that is done on that individual when the individual is in the program. Judge has to know everything. Records need to be consented back and forth for these consumers. Incentives for clients. Court fees will need to be paid before they can graduate from the program. Show the San Diego screen After completion of all the treatment services the Drug Court team needs to keep collecting data about the client: compliance with paying fines and fees, educations, employment, driver's license. Judge will then decide to graduate from the program.