Our Treasurer makes sure we remain in legal and financial compliance to maintain our nonprofit status.
2012 - Oakland County Chief Judge Nanci Grant and Probation Agent Marseille Allen begin working with U.S. Veterans on felony probation through a Non-Compliance Sanction Program.
2012 - Judge Grant and Agent Allen attend the first Veteran Treatment Court Conference in Washington, D.C.
2013 - The State's only Combat Veterans Treatment Court (C-VTC) is established. A Memorandum of Understanding is agreed upon by Veteran Affairs, The Michigan Department of Corrections, the Sixth Circuit Court of Oakland County and Oakland County Veteran Services.
2014 - The Warriors Trust Fund receives 501c3 status and begins to support participants in the C-VTC.
2015 - The Oakland County Bar Foundation grants the Warriors Trust Fund its first grant.
2017 - Eligible veterans from the 45th District Veterans Treatment Court of Oak Park begin receiving services from the Warriors Trust Fund.
One-hundred percent of all funds raised goes towards supporting Combat Veterans in the criminal justice system.
Barbara manages our grants and programs.
Tanya, our Secretary, is a networking guru who promotes our mission in the community.
Captain Tracy Golliday-Champagne, U.S. Air Force
David Rojas, U.S. Army
Sgt. Clyde Willis, U.S. Army (RET)
Donna assists with media outreach.
Wellesley College Motto
"I learned at a very young age the importance of service. After graduating from Wellesley College, whose motto I carry with me everyday, I made a commitment to better my community, and to support the men and women who protect it."
We are committed to supporting Veterans who participate in the Oakland County Combat Veterans Treatment Court and the 45th District Veterans Treatment Court of Oak Park.