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Jail-Based Drug Treatment Program

Jail-Based Drug Treatment Program

Classroom of program students.

The Center for Alcohol and Drug Services (C.A.D.S) provides an intensive therapeutic program for both men and women that utilize a cognitive-behavioral treatment program to address substance abuse and criminal behaviors. Hazelton Curriculum is the basis of the C.A.D.S program and has three phases. The first phase is 8 weeks long, and may be completed while incarcerated in the Jail, this includes attending classes throughout each week that address: drug and alcohol education, criminal and addictive thinking, relapse prevention, and reintegration preparation. Upon release from Jail, he or she will complete the second and third phase by outpatient treatment directed by the C.A.D.S. staff.

News & Notices

Press Release: A joint investigation, involving daytime residential burglaries in Bettendorf, Davenport, and rural Scott County, has resulted in the arrest of two suspects. Kalandis Rashird McNeil Sr. and Erica Elizabeth Kauer were both arrested on 02/07/18 in Bettendorf, after a Bettendorf Police...
Posted: February 8, 2018
Quad Cities Disaster Readiness Conference Wednesday April 4, 2018 Program: 8:15am-4:15pm Doors open at 7am Lunch Provided for Registrants Waterfront Convention Center, Bettendorf, Iowa
Posted: February 1, 2018
News Release: Shots Fired On 1-9-18 at approximately 941pm Scott Emergency Communications Center (SECC) dispatched The Scott County Sheriff’s Office Patrol Division to 5700 block of Valley Drive, Panorama Park to take a report of possibly 2 stolen vehicles from the area. The complainant was waiting...
Posted: January 10, 2018