23rd District Judicial Advocates, Inc.

Ashland City, TN

Mission

The 23rd District Judicial Advocates, Inc. serves the needs of citizens who find themselves negotiating the complicated maze of the criminal justice system, the juvenile justice system, or those who stand on the threshold of such involvement, and who need physical and/or financial support. Emphasis is placed on assisting with services promptly when required, and to seek long-term solutions to chronic problems such as alcohol and drug addicition while assisting individuals and their families to live outside the justice system.

Ruling year info

1999

Principal Officer

Mr. William B. Lockert

Main address

P.O. Box 707 110 N. Main Street

Ashland City, TN 37015 USA

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Formerly known as

23rd District Juvenile Advocates, Inc.

EIN

62-1775461

NTEE code info

Prison Alternatives (I44)

Other Housing, Shelter N.E.C. (L99)

Rehabilitative Medical Services (E50)

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23rd Judicial District Drug Court Program

The program seeks to identify those offenders who are non-violent & present a history of serious addictive substance abuse. These offenders are identified shortly after arrest. Potentially eligible participants are approached by legal counsel with the proposition of avoiding long periods of incarceration by participation. Those individuals who express interest undergo clinical assessments. Initial staffings conducted by the drug court team make threshold determinations of eligibility. Upon team approval, an intake process is initiated. Ultimately, the participant is released from custody, undergoes a substance abuse treatment program calculated to address the addictive problems experienced, & begins to address other life problems ancillary to the addiction issues. Efforts are made to provide the drug court participant with life skills and resolution of chronic problems which have previously contributed to their involvement in illegal activities.

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Accreditations

Tennessee Department of Mental Health and Developmental Disabilities 2017

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23rd District Judicial Advocates, Inc.

Board of directors
as of 8/28/2019
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Board chair

Mr. William Lockert

23rd Judicial District Public Defender

Term: 1999 - 2025

Doug Beecham

Executive Vice President

Connie Jones

Treasurer

William Lockert

Cheatham County Public Defender

Chad Massey

23rd District Drug Court

Richard Taylor

23rd District Public Defender

Clay Batts

23rd District Drug Court

Josh Turnbow

23rd District Judicial Advocates