The war we fight is not against flesh and blood.
For many service members, the war doesn’t end when they come home. The battle continues against an unseen enemy who is attacking their mind and spirit. And in too many cases, the enemy is winning.
Trauma happens to our veterans during combat, but too often, that trauma is compounded by a series of poor decisions upon returning home. It is as if this combat trauma has reduced their spiritual defense systems and left them vulnerable to a myriad of even more dangerous life choices that may lead to addiction, homelessness or even suicide.
Providence Farm has partnered with REBOOT who has developed effective training materials offered in a 12 week group class for veterans wanting to learn more about PTSD. After the initial 12 week course, other classes will be also offered at the farm to help continue to build relationships and develop community.
Through REBOOT Combat Recovery, combat veterans and their families are experiencing breakthrough in their war against PTSD. We are building communities of healing where healing is needed most and reaching these veterans during the critical window of time before things go from bad to worse.
We always tell our members that we can’t promise them that their symptoms will improve, but we do promise that they can live a life full of joy and purpose despite their symptoms. Our programs are attended voluntarily and the results speak for themselves.
REBOOT offers results from its three-year history that demonstrates how this material positively impacts veterans and their families.