Community Collaborative Courts

The Community Collaborative Courts (CCC) are designed to be multidisciplinary and resourced appropriately to assist a population of at-risk offenders likely to recidivate and serves as an alternative to traditional incarceration.  These populations include: veterans, the chronically homeless, the mentally ill, substance abusers, transitional aged youth and victims of human trafficking.  The CCC’s are designed around a collaborative team approach, which includes the Los Angeles Superior Court (LASC), the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office (DA), Los Angeles County Public Defender’s Office (PD), Los Angeles County Alternate Public Defender’s Office (APD) and the Los Angeles County Probation Department.  Other affiliated agencies include the Los Angeles County Department of Mental Health (DMH), Los Angeles County of Department of Health Services (DHS), Los Angeles Office of Veterans Affairs and designated service providers.

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