WHAT WORKS FOR VETERANS?
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travel the country to explore the causes—and impacts—of the military-civilian divide.
By Jerry LaMartina Brittany lives from day to day with relentless anxiety, depression, nightmares, insomnia and a fear of crowds.…(more)
Marine Brianna Renner helps veterans suffering through a variety of issues with the Veterans Yoga Project. Bringing often solitary veterans…(more)
Female #veterans, often an invisible group of service members find camaraderie and comfort in group retreats held at the Wiawaka…(more)
Shane Wood was a rambunctious kid. Growing up, he spent a lot of time on his grandfather’s farm. After high…(more)
Go inside an innovative class at UW-Stevens Point that is helping returning veterans tell their stories and transition to college…(more)
Equine therapy is helping servicemen and women who are trying to adjust to life back home after serving in Iraq…(more)
“Right now Guitars for Vets operates 60 chapters in 30 states. We’ve given away over 2,000 new guitars. We have…(more)
“For he who sheds his blood with me, shall be my brother.” In the Feast of Crispian project, actors guide…(more)
When Andrew Potter left the Army in 2014 he began a journey to take his passion for rock climbing and…(more)
Using prose and poetry to bridge the civilian / military divide? United States Marine Corps veteran and recent Middle Tennessee…(more)