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Topic: Veteran Drug Courts

NADCP Resolution of the Board of Directors on the Establishment of Veterans Treatment Courts

National Association of Drug Court Professionals’ Board of Directors endorses the establishment of Veterans Treatment Courts as a vital court model for best serving this nation’s justice-involved veterans in need of treatment and restoration.

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Program Overview – Orientation & Decision

This is a form given to potential participants in Butler County’s Veterans Court to sign and submit if they wish to apply for Veterans Court or decline the application to Veterans Court. 

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Substance Dependent Treatment Program (SDTP) Manual

DeBakey VA Medical Center provides many different services for veterans suffering from alcohol or drug addiction:. Individual and group addictons counseling. Random drug and alcohol testing. Referral for residential treatment and other social service needs. Referral for medical and/or psychiatric ca…

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Memorandum of Understanding

This is a memorandum of understanding between the Tulsa Veterans Treatment Court and Oklahoma Department of Veterans Affairs.

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Butler County Veterans Court Important Information

This brochure provides some important information about the Butler County Veterans Court program.

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Tulsa Veterans Treatment Court Service Officer Responsibilities

This outlines the officer responsibilities for the Tulsa County Veterans Treatment Court.

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Veterans Treatment Court Terms and Conditions

Veterans Court terms and conditions checklist.

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Military Families United Supports Veteran Treatment Courts and Justice for Vets

Statement of support by Military Families United in favor of veteran treatment courts.

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