Friends of the Coshocton County Drug Court, Inc. is a 501(3) (c) non-profit organization supporting the Juvenile Drug Court and Family Dependency Treatment Court – promoting a drug-free lifestyle and programming for the participants in Coshocton County. Formally established in the summer of 2007, the organization provides a means to raise funds to enhance the efforts of the Court in its operation of the Specialized Docket Programs and in supporting education and treatment to promote healthy drug-free choices. Funding supports specialized treatment programming, graduation ceremonies, incentives and family centered activities, drug testing, and educational information for program participants.
2022 BOARD OF DIRECTORS:
|Kathy Art, President||Children Services Administrator||Coshocton County DJFS|
|Garrison Bryant||Captain||Coshocton County Sheriff’s Office|
|Herb Tidrick, Treasurer||Retired Veterans Officer||Coshocton County Veterans Office|
|Darcy Nelson||Guidance Counselor||Coshocton City Schools|
|Jennifer Austin||Director||Coshocton Public Library|
|Steve Lonsinger||Health Commissioner||Coshocton County Health Department|
|Tom Edwards||Owner/President||Auer Ace Hardware|
|Mike Masloski||Superintendent||Ridgewood Local Schools|
|Becky Beiter||Retired Director of Nursing||Coshocton County Health Department|
Donations are tax-deductible and may be sent to:
Friends of the Coshocton County Drug Court, Inc.
c/o Herb Tidrick, Treasurer
426 Main Street
Coshocton, Ohio 43812
Norm Davitt Memorial Scholarship
Norm Davitt Memorial Scholarship Application
The Norm Davitt Memorial Scholarship was established in 2015 by the Davitt Family in Norm’s honor to support the ongoing efforts of the Coshocton County Juvenile Court’s Drug Court Program and the youth that it serves. As a local attorney and Coshocton County Public Defender, Norm helped to start the initial Juvenile Drug Court in 2002 and was an instrumental participant and advocate for the youth served in the program. After his retirement as Public Defender, Norm worked as the Juvenile Drug Court Attorney, continuing in that capacity until March 2014. This fund is established to support the mission of the Juvenile Drug Court Program by providing strength-based services through educational and job skills training opportunities for current or former program youth, resulting in responsible citizenship and community safety.
This scholarship is administered by The Coshocton Foundation.
Donations are tax-deductible and can be:
|mailed to:||delivered in person at:|
|Coshocton Foundation||Coshocton Foundation|
|P.O. Box 55||220 S. Fourth Street|
|Coshocton, Ohio 43812||Coshocton, Ohio 43812|