LINCOLN COUNTY, N.M. (KRQE) – The juvenile drug court in Lincoln County has shut down.
He says money is the biggest issue. They’re spending about $63 a day for each client. That’s compared to the state’s average of about $20.
He also highlights their low 25 percent retention rate; the state average is three times higher.
There were only three active participants in their juvenile drug court at the end of June.