A Judicial officer may enter an order requiring a person to get services, and require the Family Court Case Coordinator to make sure the person is complying with the court order(s). These court-ordered services may be for:
- Chemical Dependency Evaluation
- Chemical Dependency Treatment
- Domestic Violence Evaluation
- Domestic Violence Treatment
- Mental Health Evaluation
- Mental Health Treatment
- Parenting Classes
- Supervised Visitation
- Attendance at Counseling
- Random Urinalysis testing
The Family Court Case Coordinator monitors the services, collects evaluations and treatment reports, tracks updates to services, and analyzes urinalysis test results. The goal is for the participant to successfully comply with the court’s order(s).
If the participant does not comply with the court’s order, the Case Coordinator must follow up. A judicial officer will enter an Order to Show Cause Re Non-Compliance to require the participant to go to a court hearing. The judicial officer will talk about the issue in court and will decide whether to order consequences for failing to follow the court’s order(s).