Veterans Treatment Court Grants

Awarded courts provide rehabilitation for justice-involved veterans with grant funding. Services are provided to veterans who must meet an obligation to themselves, the court, and their community.

Treatment courts offer support, resources, and an accountable environment for veterans involved with the criminal justice system.

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For Veterans, Dependents, and Surviving Spouses

Includes Clinical Counseling, Employment Support, Financial Assistance, Home Modification, Homeless Veterans Support, Peer Support, Pro Bono Legal, Referrals, Supportive Services, Transportation Programs and Services, and Veteran Treatment Courts.


Local Government Grants Awarded Yearly

The Fund for Veterans’ Assistance administers the Commission’s Veterans Treatment Court grants to local governments that operate a Treatment Court for veterans. Treatment courts must be certified by the Office of Court Administration to be eligible for grant funding. The Fund (or FVA) does not award funding directly to individuals for treatment court services.

Organizations interested in funding an existing or proposed veterans’ service program with a grant from TVC should attend the Request For Applications webinar on September 27, 2022.

2023-24 Grant Cycle: Request For Applications Webinar

Time: September 27 @ 10:00 am – September 27 @ 11:30 am

An overview of funding opportunities, grant restrictions, and Electronic Grant Management System changes for potential grant applicants. Includes a discussion of changes to 2023-24 Fund for Veterans’ Assistance grant opportunities, and the estimated timeline for 2023-24 Fund for Veterans’ Assistance grant awards.


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