What is a Veterans Treatment Court?

Veterans Treatment Courts (VTCs) are specialized court systems built for soldiers and veterans who find themselves involved in the judicial system. VTCs are a combination of drug court and mental health court. Participants have substance abuse and/or mental health issues. Veterans Treatment Court guides these individuals toward resources to improve their mental, physical, emotional, and financial standing. At the end of the program participants may be eligible to have their charges dismissed, Nollie, or reduced. It is our goal to restore self-worth and plant the seeds for life long sobriety. Many of our team members and supporters are veterans themselves. We recognize the difficulties facing our military and truly want to help.

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1. What is a Veterans Treatment Court?
2. How do I get involved in the VTC?
3. Will it cost me anything to join?
4. What are the benefits of joining?
5. What is a SCRAM device and do I have to have one?
6. What should I do if I am having SCRAM issues?
7. How do I get to the VTC?
8. What Is Post Traumatic Stress Disorder?
9. What is Traumatic Brain Injury?