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The Veteran Court Program is a therapeutic court program designed for medium and high risk probationers who have served time in the military. The program is approximately eighteen months in duration and requires participants to complete five program phases. Each phase has requirements including: attending regular court reviews; attending treatment (including residential, if necessary); urinalysis testing; imposition of a curfew; and the imposition of sanctions and incentives when appropriate.
The Veteran Treatment Court primary goal is to successfully return veterans as active, contributing members of their community through a collaboration of the Criminal Justice System and Administration of Veterans Affairs. Goals of the Pinal County Veterans Treatment Court include affording veterans the opportunities to regain stability in their lives, find housing or employment if needed, and acquire services for physical and psychological healthcare as well as substance use issues.