The Arrival Phase of the program begins the transition out of Drug Court.
This phase is based upon the positive changes that the participant has accomplished in the Action Phase. The participant starts to experience life without the structure, demands, and supervision of Drug Court.
Phase IV, the Arrival Phase, is divided into two parts. In the first part, participants attend court every other bi-weekly session, and will check in with the MCSAC Case Manager according to schedule established. To move to the second part of the phase the participant must have negative tests for consecutive business 60 days. The participant and/or his or her parents will follow the Arrival Road Map/Individual Relapse Prevention Plan that they developed at the end of the Action Phase.