Justice For Vets Discusses Veterans Treatment Courts with PGA Golfers

Justice For Vets attended the AT&T National Golf Tournament in Washington, DC from June 27 - July 1. The AT&T National is hosted by Tiger Woods to benefit the Tiger Woods Foundation and this year’s tournament had a special focus on veterans and their families. As leaders in the Veterans Treatment Court field, Justice For Vets was invited to meet with golfers and other dignitaries.

On Tuesday and Wednesday, NADCP CEO West Huddleston, Justice For Vets Director Matt Stiner and Buffalo Veterans Treatment Court graduate Britten Walker briefed PGA powerhouses JB Holmes, Charlie Hoffman and 2011 U.S. Amateur Champion Kelly Kraft, all strong advocates for veterans’ issues and emerging champions of Veterans Treatment Courts.

Graduate Britten Walker (left)  talks to PGA pro JB Holmes (right) about his experience in the Buffalo Veterans Treatment Court .(l-r) Britten Walker, JB Holmes and NADCP CEO West Huddleston