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Opioid Resources for M​ichi​gan Courts

Daniel Brubaker, Chief Commissioner of the Michigan Supreme Court, assists the Court on matters involving opioid abuse​. He can be reached at​ or 517-373-4925. 



Michigan Supreme Court - State Court Administrative Office (SCAO)​

Michigan has a total of 199 problem-solving courts that offer access to treatment—rather than incarceration—for offenders suffering from underlying issues, such as substance abuse, mental illness, or issues unique to military veterans. Data shows that these treatment courts have been successful in lowering recidivism and unemployment rates, as well as improving the quality of life of graduates. Of these 199 PSCs, there are 135 drug and sobriety courts. 


Regio​​nal​​ Judicial Opioid ​Initiative (R​​JOI)

National​ Center for State Courts
(N​CSC​) ​

National Judicial Opioid Task Force (NJOTF) 

National​ Center for State Courts

National Institute on Drug ​​Abuse (NIDA)

National Congress of American Indians (NCAI)


National Alliance of Advocates for 
Buprenorphine Treatment (NAABT)


National Alliance for Methadone Advocates (NAMA)


Legal Services Corporation (LSC) Opioid Task Force



U.S. Depa​rt​​​​ment of Justice

Americ​​a​​n University

National Association of Drug Court Professionals (NADCP)

Michigan Association of Treatment Court Professionals (MATCP)


Executive Branch

Mich​igan State Police

A professional substance abuse assessment and intake process.

Michigan Judicial Institute


University of Michigan​

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More than $16 million awarded to problem-solving courts statewide - Legal News (Oct. 15, 2020)