We've teamed up with the following organizations to provide you optimal support throughout your healing journey.
Virtual Social Club:
In response to the uncertain times, we are faced with as a result of the Coronavirus pandemic, the Veteran Spouse Network launched the Virtual Social Club program for those connected to the military and veteran population to come together and support one another. This series of online meet-ups provides participants with a space to share their fears and concerns, offer support and problem solve, learn new tips and tools, and create opportunities to connect and socialize.
We know that everything surrounding the pandemic has created fear, anxiety, and social isolation for many of us and that social connection and community is needed now more than ever. Our social clubs range from social coffee talks and topic-driven discussions on caring for ourselves during this time to workshops and guest speakers. Our home page calendar will be updated with Virtual Social Club offerings as they are added. Spouses will need to register at the corresponding Eventbrite link in the calendar.
When it comes to educating community resources to the unique needs of Military Spouses, NOVA is the leader. Funded by the DOJ Office on Violence Against Women, The National Organization for Victim Assistance (NOVA) and the National Crime Victim Law Institute (NCVLI) have partnered and been awarded the Specialized Training and Technical Assistance Response Program for Civilian Criminal Justice and Allied Professionals Responding to Military Members and Families Project. Together with NOVA we will Strengthen coordinated community responses to domestic violence, sexual assault, and stalking by improving communication and collaboration between the military and civilian criminal justice systems. Coordinate, educate, and support victim-centered military-civilian response protocols designed to reduce barriers to reporting and help-seeking. And, provide education through specialized training, technical assistance, and resources to improve outcomes and fill currents gaps in services for military-related IPV and SA victims/survivors, through cross-jurisdiction collaboration within and outside of military bases. https://www.trynova.org/military-veterans-victim-advocacy-program/program-overview/
We recognize that healing doesn't end once the physical wounds have resolved. Operation Foxhole and REBOOT have teamed up to offer Survivors a 12-week program to heal the trauma caused by intimate partner violence. At REBOOT, we introduce people to the redemptive heart of God through our trauma healing courses and online community. Our programs provide a unique blend of clinical insight and Christian faith-based support. They are safe, private, peer-led, and outcomes-driven. Our military and first responder programs are offered at no cost to participants.
With nearly 300-course locations spanning 34 states and 7 countries, REBOOT Recovery is the largest peer-led trauma healing program in the world.
Trauma REBOOT is a 12-week, faith-based, peer-led course empowering everyday people to overcome trauma and embrace a brighter future.
Through practical teaching and a supportive community, Trauma REBOOT can help you break free from the pain of your past and find renewed purpose and strength. https://rebootrecovery.com/trauma