Drug court is a nationwide program that was established a few years ago for addicts who have tried and failed in other rehab programs. Essentially it is set up to monitor, rehabilitate and provide immediate measured consequences for relapses in addition to providing tools for life building (education, job assistance, etc). The program has met with significant success with some and less with others... that's just the nature of drug abuse.
You should read about drug courts as it sounds like a good option for your daughter.
The key here is to get her well. Short term rehabs have not worked and though drug court may pose more restrictions than she would prefer, we've seen that previous efforts have failed.
She definitely needs a lawyer to help guide and protect her through this system. If she cannot afford an attorney then contact the local public defender's office.
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