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    Veterans Treatment Court - a nontraditional approach to criminal justice in which Veterans can work to address problems. Those who complete the program typically have the charges reduced or dismissed.

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    Veterans who have been arrested and incarcerated are at high risk of homelessness and suicide. VA programs help them readjust after involvement with the justice system.

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    Army Veteran Allicia Arredondo, today a valuable staffer at the Boise VA, shares her story of redemption. VA researchers are gaining insights into the experiences of Veterans who, like Arredondo, have been involved with the criminal justice system.

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    Veterans who complete a Veterans Treatment Court program, which can last anywhere from six months to two years, will often have their case dismissed and later expunged.

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    Veteran Treatment Courts continue to spread across the country, welcomed by communities for their efforts to help Veterans in need.

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