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Collaborative Tulsa Veterans Treatment Court Tackles Nonviolent Offenses With Treatment, Resources

Tulsa, OK – The Tulsa Veterans Treatment Court works with military veterans charged with non-violent felonies who struggle with drug/alcohol addictions and/or mental health problems. The court originated in 2008 when county officials realized a significant number of individuals entering the criminal justice system were veterans. In October 2008 alone, 158 veterans were arrested in …

Travis County Veterans Treatment Court Uses Drug Court Model to Get Combat Veterans Back on Track

Austin, TX – The Travis County (Austin), Texas, Veterans Court is a pretrial diversion program for veterans charged with non-violent, misdemeanor offenses that may be related to post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) or other mental health problems resulting from their military service. The program utilizes the Drug Court model to offer veterans an opportunity to receive …

Yellowstone County Veterans Court Helps Alcohol-Dependent Veterans Re-enter Civilian Life

Billings, MT – The Yellowstone County Veterans Treatment Court is a pre- and post-plea treatment court utilizing the Drug Court Model. It focuses on case management, addiction treatment, and accountability to help veterans with PTSD, chemical dependency, and other mental health issues cope after military service. Many clients receive suspended or even deferred sentences that …