The Unified Judicial System of Pennsylvania supports several court programs.
Each of these programs and problem solving courts play an important role in the Commonwealth. For more information about how to get involved in a program or to learn about the role of a particular problem solving court, click on a program or court below.
The Interpreter Program was established to provide trained and qualified interpreters for the courts of Pennsylvania. Learn more.
The Office of Children & Families in the Courts was created by the Supreme Court of Pennyslvania to minimize the length of time that dependent children spend in foster care and other temporary living situations. Learn more.
The Jen & Dave Program is the nation's first automated system for providing criminal charge information to individuals involved in custody cases. Learn more.
Veterans Courts assist veterans charged with non-violent crimes through volunteer mentor training and specialized probation officers. Learn more.
Drug courts combined judicial supervision, drug treatment and incentives to help break the cycle of drug addiction and crime. Learn more.
DUI courts are dedicated to changing the behavior of DUI offenders. Learn more.
Juvenile drug courts incorporate specialized services for youth and their families. Learn more.
Mental health courts partner with policymakers to provide judicially supervised and community-based treatment programs. Learn more.