The utilization of mentors is a new concept for Justice Courts but not for specialty courts. The most common question I receive is "What is a mentor?" I had a team member provide an explanation which is below. I encourage you to take advantage of this wonderful resource but, I will not order it. I have been impressed with the dedication these individuals have to helping veterans. These volunteers are not members or officers of the court in any way. If you would like to take advantage of their incredible resources you will need to make the first contact with the mentor. All of the programs offered through the mentors require Veteran status; this will be confirmed by the court through the VA.
Judge Donald Watts
Co-chairs for the West Valley Team Mentors are:
Jerry S. USMC firstname.lastname@example.org
Bobbie K. USA Roberta1552@msn.com
What is a mentor?
Role of a Veteran Mentor:
Veteran Mentors are veteran volunteers responsible for serving as a supporter, guide and confidant for veteran participants in Veterans Treatment Court. Mentors provide support as participants progress through the Veterans Treatment Court and work collaboratively to assist participants, and where appropriate, their families, in successfully completing the directives of the court. Veterans are encouraged to utilize the resource of the mentors but will not be ordered by the court.
Veteran Mentors will:
Mentors must NOT:
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