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Peer Support

PEER SUPPORT By Jim Zenner, LCSW What is peer support? Peer support is self explanatory and occurs naturally within many social circles. We all have a need to connect with others who are like or unlike minded, experience normalizing conversations, and obtain guidance...

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Why I Serve Veterans With The Soldiers Project

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…

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My Story with The Soldiers Project

Dick has been working with PTSD since 1995, initially with police officers, correctional officers, and injured workers. When soldiers began to return from the Iraq War he became increasingly aware that many were suffering from this disorder, and it soon became apparent

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In it Together: The Effects of PTSD on Families

It is a great feat to be able to fight for our country. Veterans of war have gone through intense training, both physically and mentally to be able to put themselves out on the front lines. These men and women are responsible for the lives of

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My Story with The Soldiers Project

Soldiers served us. The least we can do is serve them. That’s what I thought when I learned about the Soldiers Project. They put their lives on the line to protect all of us. As clinicians, we can offer a line into their inner lives. Inner feelings and experience are not exactly valued in the military

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New Honorary Board Members

We are pleased to announce that Dr. Marvin Southard & Ms. Teri Kelsall are joining our Honorary Board of Directors. Marvin Southard is a professor of practice and director of the Doctorate program at the University of Southern California. Teri Kelsall is a founder of The Jonas Project.

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Our sincere thanks and gratitude to Craig Newmark for supporting our #Veterans mental health services! HIPAA compliance here we come! Thank you for your support of the men and women that we serve, who have done so much for our country. ... See MoreSee Less

Our sincere thanks and gratitude to Craig Newmark for supporting our #Veterans mental health services! HIPAA compliance here we come! Thank you for your support of the men and women that we serve, who have done so much for our country.

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Four Sisters of St. Joseph of Orange volunteered as new missionaries to the Solomon Islands in 1940. They had served on the island of Buka for only a year when the Japanese bombed Pearl Harbor. Urged by the Australian government to evacuate, the sisters stayed, choosing to provide healthcare and education to the indigenous people over their own safety. Their carefully written journals, published in 2016, tell the story of their challenges as new missionaries, of their many months of hiding from the Japanese, and ultimately of their high-risk escape by the U.S. Navy.

Trapped in ParadiseJanuary 27, 2018, 1:00pm434 S Batavia St, Orange, CA 92868-3907, United StatesFour Sisters of St. Joseph of Orange volunteered as new missionaries to the Solomon Islands in 1940. They had served on the island of Buka for only a year when the Japanese bombed Pearl Harbor. Urged by the Australian government to evacuate, the sisters stayed, choosing to provide healthcare and education to the indigenous people over their own safety. Their carefully written journals, published in 2016, tell the story of their challenges as new missionaries, of their many months of hiding from the Japanese, and ultimately of their high-risk escape by the U.S. Navy.
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Trapped in Paradise

Our volunteer clinician Daryl Bryant will be hosting a Blacksmith Program every second Saturday for veterans and their loved ones. Join Daryl this Saturday to learn how to heal the wounds of war through blacksmith. ... See MoreSee Less

Our volunteer clinician Daryl Bryant will be hosting a Blacksmith Program every second Saturday for veterans and their loved ones. Join Daryl this Saturday to learn how to heal the wounds of war through blacksmith.
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