This presentation will provide an overview of the research and describe the national context for the movement towards integrated treatment. The presenters will describe a real-world approach – the Integrated Co-occurring Treatment (ICT) model – to addressing the needs of court-involved youth with co-occurring disorders. ICT, an intensive community-based method of service delivery, provides a comprehensive and integrated set of mental health and substance use treatments to youth with co-occurring disorders and their families. ICT has been implemented within juvenile specialty courts with promising results. Finally, this session will provide attendees with guidance on how to develop capacity in their own communities to provide integrated, effective treatment for youth in JDCs with co-occurring disorders.