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Peer Learning Court Program


Supported by:  Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention (OJJDP)

Children and Family Futures has identified best practice models by creating nine mentorship sites across the nation that further the exchange of learning through peer-to-peer technical assistance. Peer Learning Courts host visiting Family Drug Court professionals to experience their court in action and share proven policies, practices and lessons learned.

The Peer Learning Court Program is part of the range of technical assistance opportunities available through Children and Family Futures. The courts that have been selected as an FDC Peer Learning Court use sound evidence-supported practices and policies, and demonstrate strong collaboration among the courts, child welfare, substance abuse treatment agencies and others.

To learn more about the FDC Peer Learning Court Program or to visit one of the courts, contact us as




Through federally- and foundation-funded projects, Children and Family Futures and its small business subsidiary, Center for Children and Family Futures, produces publications, reports, Technical Assistance tools and web-based learning for the field. The following are featured resources from our work. For more resources or information related to a specific topic, please visit our resources page or click the “Request Assistance” button below or at the top of the page.

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