• Reduce the revolving door of crime and drugs by providing treatment to drug-addicted criminal offenders.
  • Require strict accountability from program participants through frequent in-person court hearings and intensive monitoring.
  • Abstain from alcohol and drug use.
  • Reduce domestic violence.
  • Reduce property crimes.
  • Require completion of education.
  • Require W-2 tax paying employment.
  • Decrease use of public assistance.
  • Reduce court, jail, and prison overcrowding and costs.