A Court Class, Inc.
A COURT CLASS, Inc.
A Court Class remains dedicated to supporting criminal justice departments and associations by increasing knowledge, reducing the impact of recidivism with behavioral and cognitive approaches, family education, and encouraging Fellowship support of community programs.
Specialized Court Experience
"Holly has been helping my client for several years. Her professionalism and commitment to helping those in recovery is bar none. Many clients end up saying they feel like she genuinely cares and has helped them through a difficult time. Whether it be antitheft classes alcohol or drug counseling or anger management classes. A Court Class can help your clients. I highly recommend Holly and her organization." - Stephanie Alvarado

"I cannot give Holly with A Court Class a higher recommendation. She is my first choice for alcohol awareness assessment and classes she offers a wide variety of DWI and substance abuse classes. Prior to founding a court class Inc. she was a treatment program director with the Dallas County DWI court program. Our life experiences and her willingness to candidly share those experiences are what make her such a phenomenal course director. If you are looking for a change in your life, call Holly." - Benson Varghese

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Holly Hunter, LCDC is the CEO and founder of Dallas-based A Court Class, Inc. and an innovative provider of assessment, education, treatment, intervention, and drug testing services for drug &/or alcohol dependent individuals.  Prior to founding A Court Class, Inc., some of Holly's early Dallas experience as the Treatment Program Director with Dallas County DWI Court Program, under the direction of Honorable Judge Tom Fuller allowed her to develop the skills and relationships necessary to create and execute treatment plans for all clients with criminal justice issues  With this specialized experience with the criminal justice system and interdisciplinary training, she has contributed more than a decade serving and improving the criminal justice communities in Dallas, Tarrant, Collin, Denton, and Rockwall Counties and beyond.