Mentorship and Mediation
Phase 01 targets mental and emotional factors, having the greatest impact on the successful transition from military to civilian life. Upon registration, participants are assigned a veteran-mentor, who provides support and guidance throughout the program. Participants engage in family mediation sessions, to assist them process the trauma of having a loved-one return from war, as a changed person.
Phase 01 offers PTSD treatment alternatives. Clinical research conducted by the VA has identified the correlation between PTSD and suicidal ideation among vets, while controlling for comorbid diagnoses. By collaborating with vets and their families, VRL implements holistic treatments to manage PTSD symptoms, without reliance on prescription medication.
Training and Employment
Phase 02 tackles social and physical needs, by reliance on a network of community partnerships. Mentors ascertain the participants educational and vocational goals, and helps them register for educational benefits, identify military friendly schools, and access professional tutoring sessions.
Those in-need of developing new skills may select from a variety of certified training programs, that are followed by job interviews, established through VRL’s network of supporting employers, who offer on-job-training, and full-time employment opportunities.
Phase 03 provides veterans with volunteer opportunities to atone. Participants volunteer for a humanitarian mission, and are given the option of caring for a fellow vet, or an innocent child that was harmed in the crossfire of war.
By recruiting participants, the program maintains self-sufficiency, and conscripts to a diverse team of committed members, who not only understand the programs purpose, but are also uniquely capable of achieving it.
Data Driven Solutions
To obtain the clinical data necessary to assess the program’s impact, mentors maintain a personal record for each participant. By documenting milestones and breakthroughs, this record provides compelling statistics from each phase of the program. The data is analyzed to improve the program for future participants, and provides donors with credible reporting, made available for viewing on Candid.
Veterans Rebuilding Life (VRL) is a registered, 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization established in 2011. The award-winning charity was founded by a group of young American veterans returning from combat overseas.
All contributions made to Veterans Rebuilding Life directly support the humanitarian mission. No profit is made, and all donations are tax deductible.
Veterans Rebuilding Life provides emergency support services to the victims of war, and humanitarian crisis. Instead of replicating nonprofit services already available, we target needs that lack support, and provide comprehensive solutions that have a proven record of success.
Veterans Rebuilding Life provides evidence-based support services, and direct-aid to the victims of conflict, and crisis. These services are provided by veteran volunteers, and come at no cost to those in-need.
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