Contact Information

  • Drug Court Treatment Program
    303 West Court Street
    Janesville, WI 53548
  • Phone 608-743-2258
  • Fax 608-741-5219


About the Program

The Rock County Drug Court Program began in 2007 after Rock County applied for and received a Treatment Alternatives and Diversion (TAD) grant. Drug Court Case Managers oversee the twelve–month treatment program for those participating in the Rock County Drug Court. Treatment is designed for non-violent participants with substance abuse issues.  Entry into the Program requires a Drug Court contract agreement between the Rock County District Attorney's Office, Defense Counsel, and the participant.  Entry also requires a plea of guilty or no contest to current charges in exchange for potential reduction or dismissal of those charges or other sentencing concessions made upon successful completion of the Program. Participants may also enter the program through a referral from the Department of Corrections as an Alternative to Revocation.

Treatment/Services Include

  • AODA
  • Moral Reconation Therapy (Cognitive thinking)
  • Anger management
  • Individual Counseling
  • Trauma Services
  • Education/Employment
  • Housing Assistance
  • Specialized Needs


  • An established resident of Rock Co.
  • Not subject to jurisdiction of juvenile court and must be
    at least 18
  • Offense is non-violent and results from a crime motivated by substance abuse/addiction/dependency
  • No prior violent felony convictions-WI 941.291(1)(b)
  • No convictions for violent misdemeanor offenses w/in last 3 years
  • No indication of the presence of a weapon during the commission of the present offense
  • No prior convictions involving use of dangerous weapon
  • No prior/current sex offenses, stalking, arson or kidnapping offenses
  • No domestic assault convictions unless allowed by Team due to age circumstances
  • Meets outpatient treatment criteria
  • Participant must voluntarily agree to abide by all Drug Court Program rules including future modifications while in the program
  • Willingness to address issues of abuse/dependency/addiction
  • Ability to physically participate in treatment