Forsyth County Accountability Courts

 Forsyth County Response to COVID-19

The County has been monitoring the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and information on any closures, postponements or cancellations will be posted here:


Due to the Resolution Declaring a Local Emergency, the April 2, 2020 Board of Commissioners meeting will held via streaming audio and video. Persons wishing to address the Board during the public hearing may do so via a call in number. Click here for more information.

The CARE Program is designed to help offenders who have been identified with severe and persistent mental health diagnoses by linking those individuals to local, community-based treatment resources. The main goals of the CARE Program are to improve public safety and prevent participants’ further involvement in the criminal justice system.

Drug Court provides intensive supervision and drug abuse treatment for offenders within the community over a 24-month period not to exceed 4 years. The program encompasses vocational, educational, and spiritual components in conjunction with providing substance abuse treatment.

The DUI Court is designed to improve community safety and reduce DUI recidivism by providing multiple DUI offenders and those persons exhibiting a high BAC the opportunity to change their lives using enhanced judicial accountability, treatment, and increased supervision.

The Forsyth County Family Treatment Court exists to serve families through a coordinated effort that aligns the power of the court with comprehensive services to break the cycle of substance abuse and ensure children have a safe and permanent home.

Contact Us


425 Tribble Gap Road  
Cumming, GA 30040

 Phone: 678-455-4780
 Fax: 678-455-4781

Our Mission

Working together to save lives and reunify families, Forsyth County Accountability Courts provide judicially supervised treatment and innovative case management to individuals with substance use disorder and/or mental illness.