"As of December 31, 2014, there were 3,057 drug courts in the United States, representing a 24% increase over the previous five years (Tables 3 and 4 and Figure 2). Adult drug courts were by far the most prevalent model, accounting for just over one-half of all drug courts. Other prevalent models included juvenile drug courts (14% of all drug courts), family drug courts (10%), veterans treatment courts (9%), and DUI courts (9%). The remaining models each accounted for less than 3% of drug courts.
"A new category of co-occurring disorders courts was added to the PCP Survey in 2010. At the end of 2014, there were 62 co-occurring disorders courts in the United States."


Marlowe, Douglas B., Hardin, Carolyn D., and Fox, Carson L. Painting the Picture: A National Report on Drug Courts and Other Problem-Solving Courts in the United States. Alexandria, VA: National Drug Court Institute. 2016.