Fri, Sep 01|
Collaborative Court Speaker Series: Coordinating Care in the Treatment Court Setting
Coordinating Care in the Treatment Court Setting with John Domantay, Substance Abuse Treatment Specialist for the Superior Court of California, County of Alameda
Time & Location
Sep 01, 4:30 PM EDT
About the Event
Please join us for our next speaker series where John Domantay will discuss his experience working with community treatment providers, substance use issues, and collaborative courts in Alameda County. We will talk about identifying issues with court participants and improving staff collaboration in the drug court setting. Lastly, we will discuss predictions of where collaborative courts are heading post-pandemic and what community relationships will be necessary to ensure success in these programs.
John Domantay has worked with the Superior Court of Alameda County since 2006 as Treatment Specialist/Case Manager in the Office of Collaborative Court Services. John’s experience includes work in the Adult Criminal Treatment Court, Family Treatment Court, and the Homeless & Caring Court. While attending law school, John was employed as a counselor at the Bay Area Addiction Research and Treatment (BAART) clinic in San Francisco.
John has a B.A. in Psychology and Criminology from the University of South Florida and obtained a J.D. from John F. Kennedy University School of Law. In law school, John also completed internships in San Francisco with the Homeless Advocacy Project and the California Appellate Project.