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California Veterans Treatment Courts

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9/29/2012
San Diego Yes (2/11) 248,030 28,666 3,173,407
Los Angeles Yes (9/10) 390,339 17,470 10,393,185
Riverside Yes (1/12) 137,637 8,235 2,107,653
San Bernardino Yes (1/10) 123,736 7,280 2,060,950
Orange Yes (11/08) 153,753 6,227 3,139,017
Sacramento   105,368 4,614 1,433,189
Solano Alternative2 40,529 3,099 426,729
Ventura Yes (11/10) 54,553 2,884 836,080
Kern Alternative3 49,003 2,815 827,173
Santa Clara Yes (11/08) 78,461 2,726 1,857,621
Fresno   49,890 2,524 942,298
Alameda   74,829 2,278 1,556,657
Contra Costa   67,129 1,890 1,060,435
San Joaquin Yes (4/11) 40,090 1,640 689,480
Kings   10,682 1,555 154,743
Placer Yes (9/12) 32,549 1,219 339,577
Stanislaus   28,698 1,214 526,343
Santa Barbara Yes (11/11) 29,077 1,167 431,312
Monterey   24,698 1,149 431,892
Tulare Yes (2/10) 19,877 1,097 441,481
San Mateo Yes (5/12) 36,314 1,084 745,858
San Francisco   32,501 1,076 845,559
Sonoma Alternative1 35,654 834 486,630
San Luis Obispo   23,754 753 270,429
Imperial   7,318 726 179,254
Butte   19,905 701 220,748
Yuba   5,768 643 72,900
Merced   13,776 596 256,450
Shasta   18,732 575 183,023
Yolo   9,362 573 200,709
Sutter   7,351 435 96,554
El Dorado Yes (2/12) 16,270 407 180,185
Madera   9,548 338 157,331
Santa Cruz   15,252 306 268,637
Humboldt   12,144 304 132,755
Napa   10,045 246 137,671
Nevada Alternative4 11,540 232 98,718
Marin   17,651 216 258,618
Tehama   6,660 183 62,836
Lassen   3,854 149 35,550
Mendocino   8,090 141 90,206
Lake   7,887 132 64,025
Tuolumne   7,530 124 56,335
San Benito   3,135 122 58,016
Calaveras   5,988 104 45,987
Siskiyou   4,993 103 45,973
Amador   4,722 84 38,080
Del Norte   3,123 72 29,547
Glenn   1,896 65 29,239
Plumas   2,556 53 20,032
Colusa   1,482 48 21,997
Trinity   1,709 33 13,959
Inyo   1,731 30 18,049
Mariposa   2,454 30 18,306
Modoc   935 27 9,698
Mono   867 26 13,504
Sierra   396 * 3,358
Alpine   118 * 1,201

Footnotes
a. Source: VA as of 2007
b. Source: DoD as of 2010 (based on last known home address at discharge)
c. Source: California Department of Finance, 2009
* County with 10 or fewer OEF/OIF veterans

Notes: Alternative Structures
1. (Sonoma) Informal team led by VA works to identify every qualified veteran and create treatment plan for alternative sentence; any courtroom.
2. (Solano) Informal team led by CVSO selects veterans for alternative sentencing or other help; any courtroom. VA or nonprofit designs treatment plan.
3. (Kern) VA assesses veterans and creates treatment plans for those qualified; any courtroom. No other entities involved. Judges might apply alternative sentencing.
4. (Nevada) PD indentifies veterans needing assistance; various organizations respond. Judges (any courtroom) might apply alternative sentencing.


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