Linking Our Troops Through Music. Neutral environment music events that benefit our troops. These events include transition challenge panel discussions, one-on-one networking, along with valuable information from Veteran-friendly employers, housing support organizations, and financial resource professionals. Stress is one of our major concerns, as it’s the root cause of the primary silent killers afflicting increasing numbers of our Veterans. We provide critical information services to Veterans and their families. Let us help.
Military Organization Services for Disabled Vets. A by Vets for Vets program! You or someone you love might be a disabled veteran unable to accomplish the day-to-day tasks necessary to sustain the quality of life. We've had stellar reviews from elderly Vets, thankful for fellow Vets stepping in and helping with minor home repairs to light yard work. Having someone help put all the pieces together can be the critical support you need.
Separation Guidance For Veteran Families. The sudden transfer of loved ones, bereavement, or uncertainty of location can cause loneliness and lead to the inability to relax, rest, and in more severe cases, sleep altogether. Creative relaxation with musical therapy tools and reading materials for children and parents can give hope to those facing critical health disorders. Music can draw the attention and the hearts of everyone and knows no boundaries. It can penetrate all pain and anxieties replacing them with a new view of life.
Today and every day we honor our US military that are serving and have served.
We salute you! We thank you!
Juliah Rueckert, Editor – Ben Partick Johnson, Voiceover – DVIDS, Video Content
LTG Patricia Horoho, Surgeon General and Commanding General U.S. Army Medical Command, delivers a public service announcement for National Depression Awareness Month. Used By Permission, DVIDS – Defense Video & Imagery Distribution System, Brittani White, Entertainment Media Relations Specialist