The Fayette County Drug Court (FCDC) will assist adult nonviolent offenders with successful rehabilitation from the use of drugs and/or alcohol. In partnership with community agencies, this project will expand residential services and enhance wraparound services. This project will use evidence-based strategies and interventions. Expanded services will provide additional gender-specific residential treatment and recovery at two premier programs - the Hope Center, Inc. and Chrysalis House, Inc. Hope Center will expand residential services for an additional 23 FCDC participants annually, providing gender-specific, evidence-based residential recovery services. Chrysalis House, a licensed provider of substance abuse treatment and services for women and their families, will expand its evidence-based services for 20 FCDC participants annually. The total to be served with expanded residential services for this project is 43 each year. FCDC will also offer enhanced services, including employment services, relationship and communication skills training, dental services, and others, to 100 drug court participants annually. Most Fayette County Drug Court clients (nearly two-thirds) are male, and over 1/3 are women; most are ages of 25-44; and about 42% are Black, and 97% are non-Hispanic. The target population will mirror the arrestee population, including both felony and misdemeanor high risk/high needs offenders. To enter the program, clients must meet legal screening criteria, clinical screening criteria based on the Addiction Severity Index (ASI) and the risk and needs assessment. Fayette County Drug Court has access to MAT through community providers; and individuals who are receiving MAT are eligible for the FCDC.