Last Updated: 2009-08-20

Last Updated: 2009-05-12

  • Have at least 120 continuous, drug-free days (not including any in-patient time).
  • Complete all scheduled group sessions.
  • Complete required twelve-step meetings (2 meetings per week).
  • Complete all classroom/homework assignments.
  • Have a twelve-step sponsor.
  • Have a Narcotics Anonymous or Alcoholics Anonymous home group.
  • Remain a law-abiding citizen.

Charge to the graduates

On behalf of the City of Richmond, Richmond Police Department, District 1 Probation and Parole, Richmond Behavioral Health Authority, the Richmond Sheriff's Office and the Richmond Adult Drug Treatment Court, we charge you:

To be committed

No matter what you endeavor to achieve, you should commit yourself first to wellness, both physical and emotional, excellence, and personal growth.

To be in control of your destiny

Your path will not be easy, but it is your responsibility to be in charge of your destiny. The success of your future is up to you. Now you have the key to open the doors of opportunity and continued success.

To continue your education

Education is power! True power comes from knowledge and gaining knowledge is half the battle.

To value oneself

You are a valuable being. You are worth more than your weight in GOLD. You must consider yourself priceless, your body a temple and your mind the key to your success.

To be obedient and respectful

You must obey the laws of the City of Richmond, the Commonwealth of Virginia and the United States.

Contact Information:

Adult Drug Court
City of Richmond
501 North 9th Street, 2nd Floor
Public Safety Building
Richmond, VA
23219 USA
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Phone: (804)646-3655
Fax: (804)646-3738
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