Central Carolina Community College has been recognized as a service partner for the District 11A Veterans Treatment Court, which serves Lee and Harnett counties. District Court Judge Andy Corbett recently presented a 'Coin of Excellence' challenge coin to Nicole Brown, CCCC-Harnett Human Resources Development instructor and coordinator, and representatives of other partner organizations on the VTC team. Challenge coins are frequently used in the military to show membership in an organization and to recognize achievement. The gold and colored enamel coin is the size of a silver dollar. The front states that the District 11A Veterans Treatment Court is the first in North Carolina. The back displays the insignias of the five military services of the United States. The Veterans Treatment Court connects veterans who are accused of breaking the law with rehabilitative support and assistance services. Central Carolina Community College works with veterans through its Veterans Affairs Office, Veterans Upward Bound program, Veterans Club and various departments. For more information about veterans' services at CCCC, visit www.cccc.edu/vub or contact Veterans Affairs Coordinator Tracey Gross at 919-718-7233 or firstname.lastname@example.org. The Veterans Treatment Court was established with a grant from the Governor's Crime Commission.