The Bulloch County Accountability/Treatment Court offers two Court Programs – Mental Health Court and Drug Court. The Courts provide individuals with an opportunity to pursue treatment for their mental health needs and/or addiction(s) while productively addressing legal issues. Mental Health Court was implemented in September 2013 with the Drug Court being implemented July 2018. Both courts are under the direction of Judge Michael T. Muldrew partnering with the District Attorney, Solicitor, Public Defender, Probation, Sheriff’s Office, and Pineland BHDD.
It is the goal of the Bulloch County Accountability/Treatment Court to impact positively persons with mental illness by facilitating stabilization and promoting self-sufficiency through a combined effort of the Court and community resources.
It is our goal, with this blended effort, to see reduced recidivism, which will make for a safer community, and to assist participants in becoming independent, self-sufficient contributors to the welfare of our community.
Important Contact Information
Karen McClain, Coordinator
(912) 515-5684 cell
(912) 764-0181 office
(912) 764-0152 fax
General Information – (912) 764-6906
Access Line – (912) 764-5125
Bulloch Counseling – (912) 764-9868
John’s Place – (912) 764-6129
New Beginnings/PSR – (912) 489-9170
SA on Zetterower Rd – (912) 764-9015
Women’s SA – (912) 764-1817
Georgia Crisis & Access Line (BHL) – (800) 715-4225
VA Crisis Hotline – (800) 273-8255
Charlie Norwood VA Clinic – Statesboro – (912) 871-8719
Coastal Regional Coaches – (866) 543-6744