‘A veteran is someone who, at one point, wrote a blank check made payable to ‘The United States of America ‘ for an amount of ‘up to and including their life.’

That is Honor, and there are way too many people in this country who no longer understand it.’


Arby’s in Van Buren, Arkansas
On a recent trip we stopped at the Arby’s Restaurant in Van Buren, Arkansas (Exit Hwy 59 and go North a few blocks). After we ordered I noticed a special table in the prime spot in the front window. The Manager, Ms. Renee’ Estes relayed the information that this was NOT a Corporate mandated thing but was her personal way of Honoring ALL women and men who have made the ultimate sacrifice for their County. She also said she has had several family member KIA in Service and that was the inspiration for her to set a “Table of Honor” in her restaurant.

THANK YOU, Renee’ for the Honor Table,

We hope this will become a permanent fixture your restaurant.

from all the women and men of the Armed Forces, both current and past!
Veterans – if you have a minute give her a call of, “Thank you”. (479) 474-8888

If you are traveling on I-40 in western Arkansas , stop for moment of reflection and a sandwich.
Submitted by: Bryce Collings


Participant Handbook

Orientation and Application Packet

Frequently Asked Questions:

Many of your questions can be answered from our FAG (frequently asked questions) page. Click here or in the main menu to view the information.

Mission & Vision

Being involved in the court system is an obvious indicator that you may be on the wrong track in life.  Veterans court is different in the sense that they are here to help you. Genuine people who genuinely care about your well being and want you to succeed.

COMRADERY

Sometimes getting mixed in with the wrong group of people is part of the problem, forming new relationships with people in similar situations is a good start to recovery.

MENTORSHIP

Baldwin County veterans court has arguably the best mentors around. The mentor/mentee relationship is something you can take with you even after completing the requirements of the court. Veterans court mentors all have a military background so they can relate to where you are coming from.

We need Mentors and are particularly in need of additional female Mentors to work with our female Veterans. If you would like to become a Mentor, click here to view and print a copy of the Application, complete and return it to:

Attn: Nick Schultz
Veterans Court
201 Section Ave.
Foley, AL 36535

or bring it and your DD-214 to Court any Tuesday at 1300 hrs.

For a map to the Court Building click here.


Mentors doing Nick’s favorite thing – EATING @ Moe’s in Foley, AL

We hope this website was helpful to you. If you have any additional questions or concerns about the Veterans Court Program, please feel free to contact a member of the Veterans Court Team.