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Healthy Veteran Highlights • May 2024

Welcome Dear Friends of the National Center for Healthy Veterans at Valor Farm,  As a Nation, we just commemorated Memorial Day 2024.  Speaking at a Memorial Day Commemoration in southern Virginia, I reminded participants of Lincoln’s Gettysburg Address:  “… It is for us the living, rather, to be dedicated here to the unfinished work which they […]

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NCHV 2023 Milestones and Objectives in 2024

2023 Milestones 1.Veteran Engagement:  Transition from minimum essential capacity (life support, programs, and processes) to a robust Veteran Engagement team which properly handles increasing scale and complexity. While we have developed excellent infrastructure (village, farm, ranch, market, staff), care for our Patriots grew stronger this year with our Veteran Engagement Engine (VEE) becoming our true

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Healthy Veteran Highlights • October 2023

Welcome Dear Friends of the National Center for Healthy Veterans, On this Veterans Day 2023, we must ask ourselves a very important question: “Where would we be without our Veterans?” What if they had concluded it was too windy, too wet, and too uncomfortable to venture onto the beaches of Normandy in June 1944? Gratefully, they didn’t

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Healthy Veteran Highlights • September 2023

Welcome Dear Friends of the National Center for Healthy Veterans (NCHV) at Valor Farm, September has been Suicide Prevention Month. In essence this is what we at NCHV do every day.  This is the key reason for our intentional design keyed to suicide prevention and restoration: community living to defeat isolation, dignified work to restore purpose and

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In the last stage of the program Patriots learn about post graduation support and how to maintain balance in their new environments. They also conduct an outbound assessment of the outcome of their PDP and receive assistance transitioning to new employment and living arrangements.

Key Activities or Objectives:

  • Outbound Assessments
  • Graduate Support Programs
  • Graduation

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NCHV partners with the best in industry and the best educators to help veterans develop the skills they need to transition successfully to civilian employment at ZERO cost to them.

Key Activities or Objectives:

  • Transition Preparation
  • Career Preparation

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A nationally renowned, faith-based trauma healing course designed to help veterans of all eras and their families recover from the spiritual and moral wounds of war.

Key Activities or Objectives:

  • Less Pain, Anger, Fatigue, Anxiety, and Depression.
  • More Forgiveness and Meaning
  • Better Social Participation and Connectedness
  • Quality of Life

“The hospital fixed my body, but REBOOT fixed my soul. REBOOT sought out and resued the man I once was.”

Trauma Healing For Everyone

This one-of-a-kind course teaches you how to build bounce, weather the storm, and bounce back without getting stuck. This course is widely used in church and academic settings to build personal resilience.

Key Activities or Objectives:

  • Preparing for the Storms of Life
  • Weathering the Storms
  • Bouncing Back
  • Navigating Adversity

“We are often troubled, but not crushed; sometimes in doubt, but never in despair; there are many enemies, but we are never without a friend; and though badly hurt at times, we are not destroyed.”
2 Corinthians 4:8-9

Resilience: Learning to Bounce

The Patriot onboarding period includes familiarization with the farm, its work, living, and recreational areas, an individual assessment, and the creation of the holistic Personal Development Plan.

Key Activities or Objectives:

  • Onboard & Familiarization
  • Inbound Assessments
  • Personal Development Plan

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