Two women and two men, ages 20 to 30, who just a year ago were at a high-risk to overdose, celebrated their recovery and completion of the Uxbridge District Court Intensive Probation Supervision and Treatment Program at a graduation ceremony Tuesday, October 24, at the court, 261 South Main Street.\n\nThe two-year-old Intensive Probation Supervision Program is one of two initiative of its kind in the Worcester County area.\u00a0 The other is at East Brookfield District Court. The program features four phases, each phase lasting three months.\u00a0 Program participants must be non-violent adult offenders with drug-related charges. The initiative includes probation supervision, regular court appearances before a judge, substance abuse treatment counseling, random drug testing, and attendance at Alcohol Anonymous and/or Narcotic Anonymous, referrals for life skills training, vocational training, parenting programs, educational advancement and job placement.\n\n\u00a0\u201cWe are extremely proud of the graduates. I think each of them has their own unique success story. We at the court are thrilled at what we have built in Uxbridge and the team that we have assembled to support these participants,\u201d said Chief Probation Officer Patrick Foley.\n\nAmong the Treatment Program\u2019s team members are Uxbridge District Court Probation, Clerk Magistrate, the Committee for Public Counsel Services, the Worcester District Attorney\u2019s Office, the Worcester County Sheriff\u2019s Department, as well as local treatment providers.\n\n\u201cThe Uxbridge District Court Intensive Probation Supervision and Treatment Program is a collaborative effort involving numerous agencies. It is our collective goal to make a major impact and improve the quality of life in Southern Worcester County and the Blackstone Valley,\u201d Foley stated.