Hello & Welcome
Thank you for your interest in our Veterans Accessing Lifelong Opportunities for Rehabilitation (VALOR) Program.
Please, take your time, look around, and learn all there is to know about us. We hope we are able to answer your questions; if not, please don't hesitate to drop us a line.
We feel privileged to hear their stories, inspire them, create hope, and guide them through this powerful healing journey. It takes a village to bring our Veterans home, to help them reintegrate back into society.
They need therapists, peer specialists, integrative medicine, a total immersion of holistic healing to begin to live again. Through the V.A.L.O.R. Program, our village can provide those tools and challenge these Veteran offenders to not only live, but to be alive.
We challenge them to find their value in life, their sense of purpose and renewed hope. To honor their sacrifice and, most importantly, to ask themselves what’s next? Because this is only a chapter in their story, a story they write with each choice they make.
- Misty Ely, LCSW
Marine Corps Veteran, SSgt
VALOR Clinical Director
Veterans Accessing Lifelong Opportunities for Rehabilitation
Collin County jail
Minimum Security Facility
Our VALOR program is run jointly by the North Texas Regional Veterans Court, Collin County Sheriff’s Office, Collin Country CSCD, and many wonderful volunteers.
VALOR is a state-funded Intermediate Sanction Facility. It is an in-custody facility that offers work opportunities and treatment alternatives for felony/misdemeanor Veteran offenders facing probation revocations or incarceration.
Our program is designed to help Veteran defendants develop better decision-making and coping skills, providing them with the necessary tools to enhance their well-being and assist with their reintegration into society. All programs offered in our program are evidence-based.