*We are located in: Idaho Falls, Rexburg and Blackfoot. Also, we have treatment available in Salmon
and Arco.* For more information Contact us.
D7 Treatment provides substance abuse treatment for drug and alcohol addiction utilizing numerous Problem Solving Courts throughout the 7th Judicial District. We offer several evidence-based programs for our clients. See our Required and Electives courses.
Problem Solving Courts strive to reduce recidivism of alcohol & drug offenders in the criminal justice system and provide community protection with a cost effective, integrated continuum of care through the development and utilization of community resources. Problem Solving Courts hold defendants accountable and will assist offenders to achieve long-term recovery to become law-abiding citizens, and successful family/community members. For more detailed information see Problem Solving Courts.
Problem Solving Courts are voluntary post-conviction programs for offenders who are chemically dependent and have not been successful in their recovery. The four phase program consists of intensive supervision of clients by a probation officer, frequent appearances before the Problem Solving Court judge, mandatory drug and alcohol counseling, regular attendance at self-help groups (AA or NA), and random drug testing. When competencies are achieved for a particular phase, the defendant will become eligible to advance to the next phase. Phase IV places an emphasis on 12-step meeting participation, alumni attendance, and continued sobriety maintenance. The program length, which is determined by the participant’s progress, will not be less than 15 months. Defendants may be requested to submit to a polygraph, voice stress test, or any other testing as deem appropriate. Upon graduation, participation in the alumni group is recommended and encouraged.
Following graduation, at the discretion of the Problem Solving Court team, you may be placed on formal/informal probation for a period of time to be determined by the Problem Solving Court team.
Types of Problem Solving Courts
Adult Drug Court
Juvenile Drug Court
Young Adult Court