Veterans Treatment Courts make use of the camaraderie that exists among all veterans. Veteran Mentors volunteer their time and energy to assist their fellow veterans with peer support, housing, employment linkages, job training, education, transportation, disability compensation claims, discharge status and other linkages available at the local, state and federal level.
Currently, volunteer Veteran Mentors in Veterans Treatment Courts are culled from a variety of sources including law enforcement, local bar associations, institutions of higher education, chambers of commerce and veterans in the community at-large. The nation’s leading Veteran Service Organizations such as the American Legion, AMVETS, and Veterans of Foreign Wars have endorsed Veterans Treatment Courts and encourage their membership to volunteer.
Webinar: How to Build a Mentor Program for Your Veterans Treatment Court
Presented by: Jack O'Connor, Mentor Coordinator, Buffalo Veterans Treatment Court
A Veterans Treatment Court consists of the court itself, the VA, and Veteran Mentors. This webinar will help you understand and set up a mentoring program.