TCC MDP Clients

Tucson City Court - MDP

Monitored Diversion Program Successful Hints

Welcome to the Center for Life Skills Monitored Diversion Program. By accepting your plea or judgment today in court, you have agreed to complete the following conditions and need to follow these steps in order to be in compliance with the court.

What to do next, after your court date and Monitored Diversion acceptance:

  1. Go to one of our two offices within 1 BUSINESS DAY to register, pay fees, and schedule an intake; MAKE SURE TO BRING YOUR COURT PAPERWORK, A PHOTO ID AND PAYMENT. (in the form of Cash, Credit, or Debit)
  2. Attend the scheduled intake appointment.
  3. Attend weekly groups and monthly monitoring appointments.

You are responsible for these fees which include:

  1. $150 Tucson City Court Fee
  2. $65 One time Intake Fee
  3. $30 Weekly Class Fee
  4. $45 Monthly Monitoring Fee
  5. $45 Discharge Success Plan Meeting Fee
  6. Any Jail Fee that may apply!
  7. Any Restitution that may apply!

Northwest                                                                   East                                       

3131 N. Country Club Rd #100                                   5700 E. Pima Street #E        
Tucson, AZ 85716                                                        Tucson, AZ 85712               

520-229-6220                                                                520-885-1738                        

M-TH 9am to 5pm                                                          M-TH 9am to 5pm                         

Friday 9am to 5pm                                                         Friday 9am to 5pm                         

Sat. & Sun. CLOSED                                                     Sat. & Sun. CLOSED                     

 

If you attend group as scheduled, comply with the terms of your plea, and pay your fees; you will likely complete the Monitored Diversion Program early. Once you complete counseling and attend a discharge evaluation, completion documents will be sent, on your behalf to the court. If you fail to comply with the orders of the court, a Non-Compliance will be issued.