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  • From the Battlefront to the Homefront: Welcoming Employees Back to Work

    The government deploys thousands of valuable corrections employees to serve the country each year.
  • Veterans Treatment Court Locations

    This map shows the locations of veteran treatment courts throughout the United States.
  • Justice for Vets

    This website explains the important role veterans treatment courts play in the lives of justice-involved veterans.
  • Coming Home: Justice for Our Veterans

    This program shows how one community addressed the needs of its justice-involved veterans.
  • FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS SERIES: Strategies for Identifying Defendants Who Are Veterans for Potential Participation in Veterans Court Programs

    Are you looking for some ideas on how to identify potential participants for your veteran drug court? This this is a great place to start.
  • Responding to the Needs of Women Veterans Involved in the Criminal Justice System

    "As criminal justice practitioners, we need to understand that the issues facing women veterans in the justice system may be complex as a result of
  • A Re-Entry Roadmap for Veterans Incarcerated in Virginia: Re-entry Manual

    While designed specifically for veterans returning to the community after incarceration, this manual is a good example for other states developing
  • A Guidebook for Incarcerated Veterans in Wisconsin

    'This booklet is a tool for Incarcerated Veterans and their families who may want access to support services that promote a better and new manner o
  • Statement for the Record of Vietnam Veterans of America Regarding "Service Should Not Lead To Suicide: Access To VA's Mental Health Care"

    This statement explains the position of the Vietnam Veterans of America (VVA) regarding older veteran suicides.
  • Trauma Annotated Bibliography

    "This bibliography attempts to offer a compilation of information on trauma-informed care by reviewing general information about trauma as well as
  • Veterans History Project Panel Discussion on Effects of PTSD in Crime and Rehabilitation

    The Veterans History Project at the Library of Congress, in collaboration with the National Institute of Corrections, hosted a panel discussion on the effects of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) on veterans and how to support those who have run afoul of the law by providing appropriate treatment. The panel of experts, in honor of Memorial Day and in anticipation of National PTSD Awareness Month, was held on Thursday, May 17, at 1 p.m. in room 119 on the first floor of the Library’s Thomas Jefferson Building, 10 First St. S.E., Washington, D.C. This event was also livestreamed on the Library’s Facebook page and its YouTube site (with captions) at

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    Veteran Intercepts in the Criminal Justice System Webinar Series: Intercepts 0-1

    About this Event

    Develop a better understanding of the Veteran Sequential Intercept Model (V-SIM) and the intervention strategies and res