RESULTS-PROVEN SOLUTIONS TO THESE PROBLEM FROM W2C

Home Life Transition Program (HLTP)

The HLTP is a process for marital health.  The HLTP is a six-month program that combines assessment, counseling, training and spirituality to address the needs of the “whole person” at no-cost to the service member or to his or her family.

The program begins with an initial questionnaire/survey completed by each potential participant.  Their answers are used by our professionals to address the specific needs of each participant.

Then participating couples attend a four-day retreat where they work on seven key areas of focus to build relationship skills. They are designed to significantly enhance their communication skills, strengthen trust and enrich their relationships. In addition, couples have the opportunity to take advantage of private, confidential counseling and coaching sessions to address specific concerns.

After completing the retreat, participants have counseling from therapists, coaches, and chaplains available to them for five more months. If couples find themselves in need of further support, then our staff will make appropriate referrals.

The results attained by the participating families are tracked over the life of the project and assessed and evaluated with lessons learned being used to continually improve the effectiveness of each program.

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Warrior 2 Citizen Transition Program (W2CTP)

The W2CTP program is designed for Veterans who may have endured war-trauma and who are transitioning to civilian life as well as for their family members. 

ADJUSTMENT TO CIVILIAN LIFE IS DIFFICULT FOR MANY VETERANS

For those used to a highly structured environment with high responsibility, clear goals and a defined chain of command, adjusting can be difficult in the unstructured, ambiguous and unfamiliar world of civilian life.

Learning to translate military skills to the work world requires a new vocabulary and help with linking valuable military skills to job requirements in terms employers value highly.  Likewise, the lack of structure and no accountability may leave some wrestling with motivation.

For children, they will be in a new environment where not all share the same experiences; it's a tough transition for many.

THIS PROGRAM ADDRESSES THESE PROBLEMS AND GIVES VETERANS THE SUPPORT NEEDED TO SUCCESSFULLY MAKE THE TRANSITION

Its goal is the reintegration of the veteran family into their own community through local military friendly networks such as health care providers, government and VA contacts, business leaders, veteran service organization leaders, and local nonprofit leaders.

This modular 28 day intensive program can be delivered in a variety of ways and is tailored to the individual families. It includes interventions, psychological education and vocational counseling. That is followed by a network of counselors and chaplains who are in direct contact with the family to help them make the adjustment to civilian life. 

A guided reintegration process uses a network of support groups committed to helping Veterans reintegrate into the local community.

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Child Coping & Resilience Support Program (CCRSP)

The National Center for Child Traumatic Stress found children of military members often experience fear of a parent dying, fear of impending loss of friends and other relationships, and the uncertainty or reintegration if the returning parent has been physically or mentally injured. 

The children of First Responders -- Police, Firefighters and EMS Personnel  --  share many of these same issues.

These stresses can cause major trauma-related issues in children when unrecognized and untreated.

Effective Help is Finally Available for These Children

This program is specifically designed by experts in dealing with child and adolescent developmental problems.  At the end of this program a child will leave with the coping skills and strategies that enhance a child’s resilience and ability to quickly recover or “bounce back” from the difficult situations they may have to face.

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