Courts Served

Ingham County

Mid-Michigan Treatment Courts Foundation serves the following Ingham County Treatment Courts:

54A District Court
54B District Court
55th District Court
30th Circuit Court

Other Counties Served

Mid-Michigan Treatment Courts Foundation also considers requests from Treatment Courts in Clinton, Eaton, Jackson, Livingston and Washtenaw Counties.

All requests for grants from the Mid-Michigan Treatment Courts Foundation must be submitted by a participant’s probation or parole officer.

Counties served




Undersheriff Andrew Bouck
Ingham County Sheriffs Department


Ryan Larson

Vice President

John Hays
JSG Monitoring


Sherrie Blankenship
Maner Costerisan


Robert Easterly
Easterly Law PLLC
Brett A. Gillespie
The Christman Company
Haleigh Krombeen
Business Leaders for Michigan
Nicole Matusko
Ingham County
Chief Assistant Prosecuting Attorney
Brenda Rayle
Reality Counseling Services
Daniel Zick
Foster Swift Collins & Smith, PC
Joel T. Finnell
Sinas Dramas Law Firm
Kimberly Hafley
Foster Swift Collins & Smith, PC
Susan A. Longsworth
Susan Longsworth, PLC
Dr. Adenike Shoyinka
Ingham County Health Department
Chief Medical Officer
Brett Ramsden
Lansing Police Department
Brooke VanBuren-Hay PhD/JD
Cognitive Consultants

Executive Director

Kai Christiansen

Frequently Asked Questions

Treatment Courts are a highly supervised and structured program that focus on treating substance abuse and mental health disorders through needs assessment, rehabilitation services, and judicial monitoring.

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The mission of the Mid-Michigan Treatment Courts Foundation (MMTCF) is to promote, through financial support and citizen awareness, the benefits of a successful, corrective, interdisciplinary treatment program.

The program is administered through the courts. Our primary mission is to fundraise so we can accommodate requests for grants to help treatment court participants face unexpected financial challenges.

Interested in learning more about the success of Drug Courts in the US, before you donate?
Visit National Association of Drug Court Professionals.