Camden County officials say the county is starting to see benefits resulting from the recent establishment of a treatment court there. The drug and DWI courts are expected to reduce recidivism. Circuit Clerk Jo McElwee says establishment of the courts is saving money, as well. With participants less likely to reoffend, along with their shared responsibility in paying for the services they receive, the county spends less money by keeping them out of the overcrowded prison system. There are currently 13 people participating in the Camden County Treatment Court Program.