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Treatment Courts- Silverleaf

Silverleaf provides treatment services for four local treatment courts.

Treatment services for four Yellowstone County Treatment Courts are conducted at the Silverleaf Center. The following treatment courts are served at this location:

• Adult Misdemeanor Drug Court
• Adult Misdemeanor DUI Court
• Adult Felony Drug Court
• Adult Felony Impaired Driver’s Court

 

Participants are provided a full continuum of care through this 12-24 month program, including:

• Residential Treatment
• Day Treatment
• Intensive Outpatient
• Individual Therapy
• Case Management Services
• Marriage/Couples Counseling
• Continuing Care
• Relapse Prevention

Treatment Courts serve offenders aged eighteen or older who reside in Billings or Yellowstone County and who have been charged with an offense that is related to their addiction to mood-altering substances. Rimrock is the only treatment provider for these courts.
The philosophy guiding the treatment services provided to the Adult Treatment Courts is represented in the Ten Key Components for drug courts published by the Department of Justice. The goals of the treatment courts are to utilize a treatment team consisting of a Judge, Prosecutor, Public Defender, Law Enforcement officer(s), Treatment Court Coordinator, probation officers and Rimrock treatment providers to integrate treatment for an addiction, with criminal justice case processing using a non-adversarial approach to provide an effective diversion program for Billings and Yellowstone County. Offenders who elect to participate in these courts have access to all treatment services and receive case management services to assist them in accessing needed community services. The treatment and case management services are provided to treatment court participants by Rimrock.
Any offender with court jurisdiction of at least one year may be eligible for a Treatment Court. Participation in these courts is afforded all such offenders regardless of ability to pay for treatment services. In order to access these services, clients may talk with their attorney to see if this option is right for them.