Minnesota Cornerstone Drug Court celebrates one-year anniversary of helping addicts stay sober and out of jail
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Members of the local Drug Court Team gathered for their regular meeting Wednesday, Jan. 9, when they also observed their one-year anniversary of the program. Pictured are (from left) Evan Verbrugge, Rock County Sheriff; Captain Chris Dybevick, Worthington city; Virginia Barron, public defender; Judge Terry Vajgrt, Rock and Pipestone counties and Minnesota Cornerstone Drug Court; Stephanie Pierce, Sanford Chemical Dependency Program; Kayla Johnson, public defender; Judge Timothy Connell, Senior Judge – Drug Court Judge; Morgan Woodbury, Rock-Nobles Community Corrections; Jeff Haubrich, Assistant Rock County Attorney; T.D. Hostikka, New Beginnings Treatment Center; Travis Smith, Nobles County Assistant Attorney; Sherri Smith, Minnesota Cornerstone Drug Court; Adam Bohrer, Nobles County Jail sergeant; Fred Fodness, New Life Treatment Center; Deputy Dallas Hamm, Rock County Sheriff’s Office; and Chief Deputy Chris Heinrichs, Nobles County Sheriff’s Department.
Minnesota Cornerstone Drug Court’s motto is “Fostering healthy lives in a rigorous, supportive and accountable environment.” After one year in operation, its team members — … More »
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