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Free Confidential Therapy for Post 9/11 Veterans and Their Loved Ones

Free Confidential Therapy for Post 9/11 Veterans and Their Loved Ones

The Upshot:

We provide free, confidential and unlimited mental health services to any active duty service member or veteran who has served since September 11, 2001.

We provide services to families and loved ones too – wives, husbands, partners, parents and children.

We don’t turn anyone away based on discharge status, branch of service, or whether they saw combat.

If you served, you get seen.

The Details:

Clients call or email us for help, and we respond within 48 hours.

We’ll do a brief intake, and then match the client to a local therapist who can accommodate their schedule.

All client information remains COMPLETELY CONFIDENTIAL, and clients are never billed for services.

The Therapists:

Fully licensed mental health professionals in your community who are volunteering their time to give back to the men and women who have served.

Sessions are held in their private offices, and not in a clinic.

The Treatment:

Once a client meets with their therapist and begins treatment, they become their private patient – for as long as necessary.

The only people who decide when treatment ends are the client and the clinician. That’s it. Some clients stay for a few months, some for longer than a year.

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Therapist of the Month

Daryl Bryant, LCSW, MSW

My career started in 1973 working as a Correctional Officer at San Quentin Prison. I promoted to a Correction Program Supervisor ( CPS-1) Social Worker position at Soledad Prison and managed an all gang housing unit. I eventually transferred to the California Youth Authority (CYA) as a Youth Counselor and worked at Washington Ridge Conservation Camp. While working within the system for ten years I was exposed to extreme violence and blood shed that resulted in suffering from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). Part of my recovery effort was to retrain…Read More

Staff Member of the Quarter

Brenda Walls

Chapter Director, Washington

Brenda Walls was a military Air Force Brat, had served active duty in the Coast Guard for 8 years and then married her husband who served in the Coast Guard for 27 years. Brenda’s uncle was severely injured in WWII and awarded a purple heart, her husband’s father died in a helicopter crash in the Vietnam War. The military life and culture have been all she has ever known. She has seen the best of what the military has to offer and the worst. It is in her DNA to serve and the population she cares about so much… Read More

Board Member of the Quarter

Michelle L. Goddess

Secretary

I am a veteran, retired Air Force. When I was active duty, we were standing with a group of people and this car backfired. One of the young men hit the ground. We all turned and stared at him. He got up, and was embarrassed, he told us he just returned from Afghanistan and any loud noises make him hit the deck. He was about 25, I felt so sad. It was something I didn’t realize these guys were dealing with. The more I learned –the more I wanted to do something to help. The military is getting better with the mental health stigma but they have a long way to go. Read more

In Their Own Words

Why Our Therapists Volunteer for
The Soldiers Project

 
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