Far too often, when our Veterans have difficulty transitioning from military to civilian life they end up in the justice system. In 2008, a diversionary program was developed between the Veterans Health Administration, law enforcement, corrections, the courts, community groups, federal agencies, and advocacy groups called Veterans Treatment Court (VTC). A Veteran placed under the supervision of VTC must complete a treatment plan, pay any restitution, maintain stable housing, and submit to random drug screening. A Veterans treatment plan is developed by a Veterans Justice Outreach officer (VJO) and customized to meet his/her needs ranging from PTSD, TBI, and substance abuse issues that plague the veteran community.
https://www.ptsd.va.gov/

The Shadow Arts Project of Ranger Road works with the VJO to provide the cognitive based physical fitness and outdoor activities. Shadow Arts also serves as a permanent community for veterans that have completed VTC to help Veterans going through VTC. 
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