Visit A Mentor Court
Apply today to learn from a successful veterans treatment court. There is no cost to participate! Teams or individuals interested in starting a treatment court can watch the model in action, and established courts can learn new and innovative practices. You've read the research and understand the model; now is your chance to see it in action!
Looking for information on other treatment court types? For adult and tribal mentor courts, visit the National Drug Court Institute. For DWI Academy Courts, visit the National Center for DWI Courts.
Ready to make your visit? Complete the application.
Three Ways To Learn From The Best
All travel and related expenses are covered by Justice For Vets.
Can't fly to visit a treatment court in person? Observe a mentor court from a distance through video conference.
Work one-on-one with a professional in a specific discipline to better understand their role on the team.
How It Works
Complete the application telling us about you and/or your court program. Justice For Vets staff will schedule a time with you to discuss your program further and plan your visit.
All visitors are required to complete a brief, online evaluation after their visit. Based on feedback from the evaluation, Justice For Vets staff will determine what, if any, further training or technical assistance your program requires.
This program is made possible by through collaboration with the Bureau of Justice Assistance within the Office of Justice Programs at the U.S. Department of Justice.