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“When you see the difference that the Veterans Treatment Courts and all of our recovery courts make in the lives of their participants, it’s easy to become passionate about that mission,” TDMHSAS Recovery Court Administrator, Liz Ledbetter. In her role as Recovery Court Administrator, Ms. Ledbetter supported the creation of new courts and was instrumental in creating training opportunities that allowed veteran mentors who serve the courts to learn how to use their experience to guide other veterans through the program. Ms. Ledbetter recently received the Hank Pirowski Award for her efforts.
Honorable Judge Dennis Humphrey, Recovery Court Judge, Roane County, Tennessee, “Being judge of Recovery Court is one of the most rewarding things that I do.”
About one half of the total population incarcerated in State and Federal jails are addicts.
Yet treatment is not normally provided while incarcerated.
Align9 promotes behavioral health and criminal justice partnerships necessary to identify which people need services, what services they need, and how to match these needs upon transition to community-based treatment and supervision.
Participation in recovery court is your invitation for transformation!