Veterans court support programs

The Veterans Court and the Military Diversion Court serves the needs of veterans who suffer from combat generated mental and/or physical injuries such as traumatic brain injury and post-traumatic stress disorder.  These mental and/or physical injuries lead to substance abuse and mental health issues.  The Foundation works with these veterans to provide the support and services they need – such as interim housing, food cards and other assistance so they can succeed in the program and live a productive life after graduation.

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Housing Assistance

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Payment of Utility Bills

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Transportation

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Payment of Fines or Fees

Christopher’s Story

Combat veteran Christopher life was a mess after serving two deployments in Iraq. Suffering from post traumatic stress disorder, anger anxiety and alcoholism, he needed help. He experienced an amazing recovery through his participation in the program. 

He is working on a degree in physical therapy which he plans to use working at the Veterans Hospital with other vets suffering injuries from the war. 

“Thank you, Judge Lindley and the Collaborative Courts system,” he said. “I’m a proud Marine Corps combat veteran and a proud graduate of the Collaborative Courts’ Combat Veterans program trying to make a difference in the world.”