Fourteen people graduated from the Superior Courts Drug Court program. Judge Frances Gull presided over the graduation ceremony. The program is for non-violent drug offenders facing felony drug offenses. The prosecutors office must refer people to the program. Right now about 100 people are enrolled. The program has three phases. The first phase gets offenders clean and sober. Phase two focuses on life skills and phase three helps people reintegrate into society. The keynote speaker, Scott Wilson, told graduates to be careful of relapsing. Wilson has battled addiction himself and has been sober for 29-years. He urged graduates to remember they are never safe from falling back into the grips of an addiction. Families came to support graduates. One graduate brought his young son on stage. Other graduates thanked their parents and families for support. Drug court is run through the Criminal Division Services department under the Allen County Superior Court.