The Safe Streets Drug Court Program is a four-phase intervention program for adults who are involved with the criminal justice system due to non-violent, drug/alcohol-motivated offenses, and who are having difficulty staying clean and sober. It is a collaborative effort between the Circuit Courts, District Attorney's office, Public Defender’s office, Probation Officers, Human Services, Police Agencies, the Safe Streets Coordinator, and Treatment programs. By working together, they seek to provide a variety of programs and consistent supervision geared toward supporting and helping you maintain a drug/alcohol-free life. Drug Court involves frequent court appearances, random drug testing, as well as group and individual counseling. The court awards incentives for compliant behavior, and imposes sanctions for negative behavior. Participants who do not comply with the Rules may be placed in short-term custody, moved back to the previous phase of Drug Court, or a variety of other sanctions. They may also be terminated from Drug Court. The Drug Court Team will assist participants to be sure they understand what is expected of them.
Post-plea/pre-adjudication or conviction
Post-adjudication or conviction
Winnebago County Human Services
220 Washington AVE
Oshkosh, WI 54901
Alternative to Revocation Admission: