What are the benefits of joining?

Sometimes it takes the harsh reality of facing jail time, expensive court costs, and extreme stress to make one realize that something needs to change. It comes as a surprise to many when they see other soldiers and veterans struggling with the same issues they face. Here at the Veterans Treatment Court we understand the stress that a military lifestyle can have on relationships and the struggles of transition to civilian life.

Our program is designed to address those issues and prepare participants to deal with them outside of the program. We direct each person toward the resources that apply to their needs. We tailor program paths to the underlying issues that lead them to their involvement in the court. As a participant you can expect to be a part of something that fits you.

You will almost certainly leave the program with a new understanding of yourself. On top of that, the charges that you entered with will be addressed and, depending on the circumstances, may be reduced or dismissed.

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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?