Returning home from combat is challenging. Invisible injuries – no less serious than visible wounds of war – can have immeasurable impact and remain long after coming home.
The Soldiers Project helps service members face these challenges by providing free, individualized psychological treatment to those men and women who have served in the Iraq and Afghanistan conflicts as well as their support systems: spouses, parents, children, grandparents, boyfriends, girlfriends, friends, and colleagues. Because when a soldier goes to war, his loved ones go to war with him.
Our mental health professionals understand the far-reaching consequences of war-related experiences and the toll that the cycle of pre-deployment to deployment and then to homecoming can take. They provide the support that is needed to help smooth the transition back to family and civilian life.
All treatment is 100% confidential. There is no red tape. There are no fees. We see individuals, couples, children, and families. We have the flexibility to see people prior to, during, and/or following a return from deployment – keeping in touch via phone or internet if needed. And, there are no arbitrary limits on the number of sessions allowed.
Our commitment is to always be:
- Free: Whether you need intensive treatment to get through a crisis or weekly treatments for many, many years, you will never be charged a fee
- Easily-accessible: We match you with therapists that meet your needs in terms of location, session times and other factors essential to providing customized care
- Confidential: All of our therapists treat patients in their private practices and are not associated with any branch of the military
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