The Soldiers Project (TSP) provides free and confidential psychological care to Post 9/11 Veterans and their loved ones through their Healing the Hidden Wounds of War program.

Clients are seen by licensed professionals who agree to take on clients pro bono, in their own offices, and for an unlimited number of sessions. We provide services to veterans, active duty service members from every branch, and loved ones such as spouses, partners, parents and children.

Our volunteers come from a wide array of therapeutic backgrounds, and we don’t dictate a ‘one size fits all’ approach to our services. We do require that you are fully licensed and insured in the state where you practice, and enroll in a minimum of three trainings provided by The Soldiers Project in issues relative to this population.

If you are a clinician who is interested in joining the work of The Soldiers Project, and would like to learn more, please fill out this form and we will follow up directly.

Clinical Volunteer Application

  • The Soldiers Project Volunteer (TSP) Therapists are required to take three trainings, relevant to military culture, combat and homecoming, before treating our clients. One of the trainings must be in-person, at a TSP-sponsored conference or workshop. Two of the trainings may be internet-based. We will provide you with a list of free, approved, on-line trainings. TSP Volunteer Therapists must be fully-licensed and possess their own malpractice insurance. TSP Volunteer Therapists agree that all therapy services, provided to The Soldiers Project clients, will be provided at no charge, even if the therapist is a member of Tri-Care of other insurance panel.


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