The Arizona Association of Drug Court Professionals is happy to announce that Justice for Vets will be conducting a Veteran Mentor Boot Camp as a part of the 2019 Problem Solving Court Conference.
Enrollment is restricted to those that have served in the US Military (any branch; active duty or reserve/national guard) or are presently serving in the military. They must live within proximity of a Veterans Court. Those best suited are good listeners, non-judgmental and can offer moral support. The mentor must be able to attend all the sessions of the boot camp. Please refer to the attached brochure to learn specific details of the boot camp itself.
There is no cost for the training; however, each mentor will be responsible for their own travel and hotel cost. Lunch will be provided on the first day of the training as well as a breakfast buffet each day.
The curriculum training will begin on the morning of April 17th in conjunction with the Problem-Solving Court Conference. The camp will conclude at the end of the day on April 18th, at which time there will be a graduation.
For additional information or questions, please email AADCP Vice President, Karen Cowgill, at email@example.com.