Treatment Court

The St. Croix County Treatment Court program is an intensive, multi-phased therapeutic specialty court for persons who are addicted to drugs and alcohol and are at substantial risk for re-offending or failing to complete a less intensive disposition, such as standard probation or pretrial supervision. Through intensive judicial monitoring, comprehensive treatment services, and strict accountability, the Treatment Court promotes public safety, reduces prison and jail populations, and reduces prosecution and incarceration costs while improving the welfare of participants, their families and the greater community.

Who is eligible for Treatment Court?

  • Potential candidates must meet the following criteria:
  • Adult (17 or older)
  • St. Croix County resident
  • Pending felony charges of drug possession/manufacture/delivery, alcohol and/or drug related offense, and/or felony OWI; other charges (may include misdemeanors) related to substance use will be considered on a case by case basis
  • Resolution and/or pending resolution of all other felony charges
  • Not a “violent offender,” as defined by Wisconsin Statute § 165.95
  1. To Make a Referral
  2. How To Apply


For Attorneys & Probation/Parole Agents

To make a Treatment Court referral complete and print the Treatment Court Referral (PDF). Your client will need to complete the Treatment Court Application (PDF).

Please mail all completed forms to:
Kimberly Kitzberger, Treatment Court Coordinator
St. Croix County Services Center
1752 Dorset Lane
New Richmond, WI 54017