The Belmont County Common Pleas Drug Court is a program for individuals charged with felony four or five offenses that resulted from a drug problem. The program is a minimum of one (1 and a 1/2) years and a maximum of five (5) years. It is broken down into five phases in which you continue to work towards your goals, live a sober lifestyle, receive counseling, and go to court regularly to demonstrate progress.
The primary goal of the Belmont County Common Pleas Drug Court Program is to provide non-violent chemically dependent offenders with the tools and life skills to live a drug-free life while improving the community and enhancing public safety.
Drug Court Participate Handbook
Drug Court Program Description
Post-Conviction and Intervention in Lieu of Conviction, Participation Agreement