Rally Point supports our Military and Veterans! With a focus on helping heroes who have served our nation, Rally Point works to overcome moral injury from combat by fighting against PTSD and Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI). We are here to support – through counseling, groups and just fun activities. Our counseling and support services are FREE to Military and Veterans of all branches.
We encourage our Military and Veterans to join us for WARRIOR WEDNESDAYS – This is a day to get together and talk about everything that is going on with our group of warriors. We have dynamic guest speakers, licensed counselors, and can help you build that team you miss from the Military. We also help you find any services and resources you need. Please contact us at the link(s) below to JOIN TEAM RALLY POINT!
- Work as a team and stay connected with our military life
- Go on outdoor activities
- Attend tons of college sporting events
- Get help with needed services
- Benefit from Counseling, Groups and Retreats
**WARRIOR WEDNESDAYS MEET FROM 12 – 1PM ~ NOV 3, 2021 AND DEC 1, 2021 ~ new dates to be posted soon for 2022! CALL 706-327-3238 TO REGISTER!
Rally Point is a collaboration with The Family Center and several Veteran Service Organizations. We are providing programs for Military with PTSD and TBI. These programs focus on getting vets out of their homes, interacting with other vets, and lowering the suicide rates among our heroes. This program is a literal “rally point” for vets to get together with other vets to find support and learn coping skills. These vets will re-learn the ability to move forward, leave their comfort zone, and get back to actively participating in life. The main theme of this program is to show vets that “Your war is over. Welcome home, let’s get your life back.”
Vets will have the opportunity, at the end of the program, to attain more in-depth, individualized counseling if needed. Many participants will go on a life-changing experience with Gameday For Heroes or a trip to the Holy Land with Heroes to Heroes to help find themselves and face the past.
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