The Homecoming Transitional Support Center is a safe space for veterans to process their military experience and refamiliarize themselves with civilian life in a monitored environment.
Clients share their service experiences with counselors; specificity is key to recovery.
If a client experiences adverse effects to the treatment, domestic reassignment may be a better path to success.
Clients who truly commit to the program can expect positive results in as few as six weeks.
Life-skills activities allow the client to envision life after Homecoming, practicing social interactions in a safe and nurturing setting.
Outside visitors, though well-intentioned, may actually disrupt the gradual transition back to civilian life.
By letting go of the past, the client is able to fully embrace his or her future.
Homecoming is a safe space for one to reflect on their service and think about what comes next.
Exploring what experience is.
Taking a look at what exactly was seen.