The new page will allow drug court graduates, staff, supporters, and friends who use Facebook to browse stories and photos, as well as participate in contests and polls. The site launched with a video of drug court graduates describing how it had changed their lives.
Other videos are forthcoming soon.
“We now have a mountain of evidence proving drug courts save money and reduce drug abuse and crime,” said West Huddleston, CEO of NADCP.
“The All Rise Facebook page will expose millions to drug court and help spread the message that when one person rises out of drugs and crime, we all rise.”