helathy veterans are...

  • Disciplined

  • Hard workers

  • Good employees

  • Respect authority

  • Ready & resilient

  • Good leaders & followers

  • Serve others

  • Good role models

  • Possess valuable skills

  • Understand racial equality

  • Contribute to American greatness

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But, many of our veterans are not healthy.

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Veteran Needs FAQ's

After observing veteran support programs (both public and private sector) over the last 40 years, we determined that a large scale, private sector, faith-based, holistic program was needed to restore veterans to full health and return them to America for continued purpose and contribution.  

 

There have been two other similar private sector initiatives in the last two decades:  1) The Center for the Intrepid (2007, $50M) in San Antonio TX for burn victims and amputees, and 2) The National Intrepid Center of Excellence (2010, $65M) in Washington DC for PTSD, TBI (traumatic brain injury), and associated conditions.  The National Center for Healthy Veterans will now provide a similar Center of Excellence to help veterans transition to wellness and full contribution in the civilian sector.

 

Why now? What do you hope to achieve?

 

Such an initiative should have been pursued long before this.

 

Also, regarding "why now," America is nearing 20 years of continuous wartime deployments.

The untreated, often hidden, wounds of war are festering and will not automatically self-heal.  They deserve a disciplined, intentional and holistic approach to healing.  Regrettably, we did not do this after Vietnam, and many of our Vietnam Veterans are still suffering in silence, or living under bridges, or have tragically taken their own lives.  NOW is the time to help our young generation of America’s warriors and uniformed servants heal.  We must apply the “ounce of prevention” now, before we as a Nation have to pay a “pound of cure” for decades to come.  

Regarding what we hope to achieve, we are confronted with an urgent need. In the last decade alone over 73,000 military experienced men and women have committed suicide; more than all the names engraved on the Vietnam War Memorial.  This tragic number increases by roughly 22 veterans a day.  A key NCHV objective is to reduce Veteran suicide through the holistic healing environment and sense of community which we will uniquely offer. 

 

In terms of achievable objectives, our NCHV calling is to offer holistic, cross functional services to enable all military/veteran and first responder personnel (and their families) to heal, grow, and succeed in a lifetime of personal and professional contribution. In the ultimate sense, strong healthy Veterans are key to a strong America.

Desired tangible outcomes and key performance indicators (KPI) include: 

- lives saved and transformed, 

- self-worth restored, 

- marriages renewed,

- families strengthened, 

- Veteran homelessness reduced, 

- resiliency internalized, 

- skills acquired, 

- education advanced, 

- Veterans employed

- research generated, processed, published, integrated, and concepts shared.

 

From a national perspective, NCHV will grow into a clearing house for best-practice, faith-based approaches to Veteran and First Responder (and their families) care.  We will educate and empower excellence in Veteran Care in communities, corporations, campuses, and churches across the nation. In essence, we will Reshape Veteran's Care in America. 

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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

Returning Healthy Veterans to America