FAQ Frequently Asked Questions: What is Veterans Court? What is the purpose of the Baldwin County Veterans Court? Who can be a part of Veterans Court? How often must participants appear in court? What type of treatments are provided? Who will supervise my participation in Veterans Court? What are the different phases of participation in Veterans Court? What type of progress reports are required of participants? What happens if a participant fails to appear? Could my participation in the program be terminated? Could I voluntarily withdraw from the Veterans Court program? What incentive is there to participate in the program? What rules apply to the Veterans Court participants? Is the confidentiality of participants protected? What specific rights do participants have? Who is responsible for paying the fees associated with Veterans Court? What type of drug testing is required in Veterans Court? What type of support group meetings will I attend? How do participants graduate from the Veterans Court? Does the Veterans Court provide any assistance related to improving education, vocation, or employment? Does the Veterans Court provide any assistant to participants related to dental, medical, and similar needs?