The Institute for Military & Veteran Family Wellness provides a range of programming in collaboration with community stakeholders, providers and researchers. Our programming supports the treatment, engagement and overall support of active duty, veterans, spouses and family members. All programs are offered to veterans and spouses free of charge and are continuously evaluated and then disseminated when programs show effective outcomes for participants.
The Veteran Spouse Resiliency Group (V-SRG) aims to connect veteran spouses and committed partners in Texas to their communities by providing peer support groups. These groups offer a safe space to explore the unique experiences and challenges faced by veteran spouses. Read more.
The Veteran Spouse Network facilitates a peer-to-peer network of support for veteran spouses. The network works to connect spouses, researchers and providers with a goal of positively informing veteran spouse – based research and programming. Read more.
The Veteran Restore Program, offered by Ascension Seton’s Veteran Intensive Outpatient Program works with veterans to treat posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD). The program is offered free of charge and offers therapeutic interventions. group outings, and Resilient Yoga. Read more.
The Veteran Couples Connect (VCC) program is a couples-based group PTSD treatment, for veteran and active duty couples in which one or both individuals is experiencing PTSD. VCC aims to reduce PTSD symptoms and strengthen the relationship by providing tools to reduce the impact PTSD has on the relationship. Read more.