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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

Xue Yang

LCSW, SEP

I was born in 1969 in Laos during the Vietnam War. My father was one of the soldiers in the secret army led by the CIA. We became refugees after the Americans pulled out of the Vietnam War in 1974. My family was one of the first families to cross over into Thailand. I have vague memories of living in UN tents. The Lutheran Refugee group sponsored my family to the United States. My father was shocked and perplexed that no one in the USA knew of the CIA army. My story is not very different from most other’s.Read More

Staff Member of the Quarter

The Soldiers Project Olivia KarapanianOlivia Karapanian

MSW Intern

I graduated from USC with a focus on military social work. Finding my passion working within the veteran community. I was 18 when I realized I wanted to be a Marine, but my mom wouldn’t allow me to join, it changed the trajectory of my life. I didn’t know what my purpose was until I realized that I found my passion serving others. I started out working with developmentally disabled adults and got my bachelors.Then I realized that my dreams of being a Marine manifested through social work. I can serve my country through serving… Read More

Board Member of the Quarter

The Soldiers Project Ivan PerryIvan Perry

Board

It’s all about helping my brothers and sisters in receiving the help that they need. I joined The Soldiers Project because I know that our faculty, clinicians, and my fellow board members will work tirelessly to provide a meaningful service to our nation’s veterans and their families. We offer a more intimate relationship with our clients and an ability to reduce the wait time in being seen for care. The Soldiers Project aims to disrupt the market and continually grow in our size, our outreach, and our impact…Read more

In Their Own Words

Why Our Therapists Volunteer for
The Soldiers Project

 
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