Ingham County Treatment Court Foundation (ICTCF) announces new leadership


(l-r)  Ingham County Undersheriff Andy Bouck (left) is the new president of the Ingham County Treatment Court Foundation. He is pictured with keynote speaker Staff Sgt. Tommy Rieman (center) and West Huddleston, former CEO for the National Association of Drug Court Professionals and current Vice President/General Manager for SCRAM systems, a leading manufacturer of integrated alcohol and location monitoring technology and offender management software for the criminal justice system.

Ingham County Undersheriff Andy Bouck has been named president of the Ingham County Treatment Court Foundation (ICTCF) succeeding John Nicolucci, an attorney with Foster Swift in Lansing who has served as president since the Foundation’s inception in 2008.

The news was shared at the organization's annual fundraising breakfast on Oct. 25 at the Country Club of Lansing.

The ICTCF supports local treatment courts—54A District, 54B District, 55th District, 30th Circuit Court Phoenix Court and Family Recovery Court—and their participants by providing monetary assistance to alleviate everyday financial obstacles that may hinder a participant’s progress. These include assisting with substance abuse counseling fees, transportation costs, drug screenings and other needs.

Having policed in Ingham County for 25-plus years, Bouck brings unique perspective and first-hand experience to the life-changing value the Treatment Courts bring enrollees, “I have the experience of being involved on the front lines, on the streets, watching it through the Sheriff’s office as the participants are in our correctional facilities. It is uplifting to be involved in the treatment and recovery process. When I get to attend graduation and know the graduates have a new chance at life it is a success story,” says Bouck. “Your contributions are funding a multidisciplinary approach and you’re impacting lives for the better.”

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