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.


This new program to the Forsyth County Accountability Courts was organized in late 2017. Family Treatment Court is under the direction of Presiding Juvenile Court Judge Christopher W. Willis. The Family Treatment Court Team is a partnership among the Juvenile Court, Division of Family and Children Services, Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA), Law Enforcement, and treatment services. This partnership provides our participants with treatment for their substance abuse as well as a relationship with these agencies to promote reunification.

Candidates who want to be a part of the Family Treatment Court program are required to have an open dependency case within Forsyth County Juvenile Court as well as a substance abuse problem. Candidates must show a willingness to get sober and a desire to rebuild their families. This program is 18-24 months in length and consists of 5 phases. Treatment subjects within the phases aren’t limited to substance abuse, but span the scope of stability and family resources to ensure long term success not only in sobriety but as a family unit. Requirements during participation in the Family Treatment Court include, but are not limited to; group classes, community support meetings, individual counseling, family counseling, drug and alcohol screening, as well as regular court appearances.

For further information please contact the Family Treatment Court Office at the number listed below. In order to refer a candidate for Family Treatment Court, utilize the form below and send it via e-mail or fax to the Family Treatment Court Office.


Basic Eligibility Criteria

  • Volunteer for FTC and abide by program rules
  • Admit to alcohol and/or drug issues and want treatment
  • Have an open dependency case in Forsyth County Juvenile Court.
  • Participants who live outside of Forsyth County will be considered on a case-by-case basis.

Disqualifying Criteria

  • Sex offense – conviction or current allegation.
  • Active domestic violence charges are staffed on a case-by-case basis.
  • No contact orders are staffed on a case-by-case basis.
  • Severe mental health/developmental disabilities/cognitive disorders
  • Serious violent offenses – conviction or current allegation.

This is not an exhaustive list of eligibility and disqualifying criteria. The Forsyth County Family Treatment Court reserves the right to review and make changes to this criteria.


Family Treatment Court Office
425 Tribble Gap Road
Cumming, Georgia 30040 

Fax: 678-455-4781 

Family Treatment Court Clinical Case Manager
Hannah Croft
Phone: 678-455-4780

Important Phone Numbers 

Emergency Phone (after hours and weekends)

Drug Screen Line

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.