Veterans can face many challenges following military service and separation, such as PTSD, Transition Stress and Military Sexual Trauma – we believe that this can lead to social isolation. Isolated from the peers they served with, from family and friends, from the community as a whole, it can be difficult for a veteran to remain resilient and get the proper support they need. While working in the fields we talk about our military and wartime experience, and challenges we’re having … we even laugh and poke fun at each other, sometimes ruthlessly, because that’s what camaraderie is all about.
Our vets report:
- 87% increased purpose & belonging
- 91% satisfaction in professional & skill development
- 74% improved communication skills
- 82% made new friendships
- 78% getting more physical activity