We provide referrals to certified specialists in a variety of counseling and therapy fields, including equine therapy. All are skilled in dealing with issues facing veterans.
Because We Can - Because We Care (BWC2) offers American veterans the opportunity to help us rehabilitate our horses using our own TCR Horsemanship (Trust, Confidence, and Respect).
It's been our experience; the tools veterans learn through TCR Horsemanship are the same tools they can utilize to benefit themselves in their personal life. For more information contact: Dave Drulias at (818)640-7952, or email: firstname.lastname@example.org or by visiting our website: www.bwc2.org.
For additional information on our services please click on the image below to see our detailed flyer.
Blue Star Ranch provides Equine Assisted Therapy (EAT) to our nation's Veterans and their families. Our service to them is free of cost.
Service includes spouses and children. There is no horseback riding involved. All work is done on-the-ground and is solution oriented. Visit our website: www.bluestarranch.org and come out for a "Meet and Greet" tour. By appointment only. Contact email@example.com or call (661)312-6184.
Child & Family Services and The Domestic Violence Center have merged. They strive to end the cycle of abuse through intervention, prevention, and education. The agency changes lives.
Persons experiencing any form of abuse learn to survive and their lives are transformed by our services. Empowerment: Creating change through building self-esteem, building self resiliency, and the acknowledgment of bravery.
- Respect: Offering an authentic environment where no person, no relationship is devalued or judged.
- Accessibility: Trained advocates offering resources that support the cycle of change.
- Safety: Provide an abuse free environment that supports thew healing process.
If a veteran or a member of his/her family wishes to contact the Domestic Violence Center for assistance, please call the 24-hour phone hot line: (6612)259-4357.
Operation Healthy Homecoming serves veterans and their families who are homeless or at serious risk of homelessness. We help to rapidly locate housing, fund urgent needs, and link to long-term solutions for health, financial, work, and other family needs.
HOW WE HELP
Mental Health America of Los Angeles, through its program "Operation Healthy Homecoming" serves veteran families who are homeless or at risk of homelessness because they live in unstable housing situations or are experiencing serious financial difficulties, Services include Benefits Assistance and Financial Planning, Housing Counseling and Placement, Temporary Financial Assistance, Employment Assistance and Service Coordination.
HOW TO REACH US
Our Operation Healthy Homecoming office is open 9am to 5pm, Monday through Friday and can be reached by calling 661-947-1993 or 661-579-8301.
We are a "Habitat For Humanity" veteran-to-veteran health and wellness workshop that addresses emotional and mental health issues common to veterans, especially related to PTSD, TBI, and Military Sexual Trauma.
These workshops include, but are not limited to: trauma-informed art and drumming, equine therapy, children's workshops, bonsai gardening, vet-to-vet mentoring, and more. We offer a majority of these complimentary services out of the My TIME Veteran Enrichment Center in Santa Clarita. For assistance please contact Bridgett Mills at BMills@HumanityCA.org or Pamela Braly at PBraly@HumanityCA.org, or in the alternative please call (818)884-8808
Samuel Dixon Family Health Center, Inc. is a Non-Profit 501 (c) (3) Organization that provides Health Care, Dental and Mental Health Counseling to Uninsured and Under Insured Individuals and Families.
Needing assistance with health insurance or Medi-cal for your family?
Feel free to contact us:
23772 Newhall Avenue
Newhall, CA 91321
Lee and Joyce, both holding PhD degrees in psychology, will be available to veterans and their families for assistance in problem solving techniques, communication and listening skills, reducing and eliminating fears phobias and Post Traumatice Stress Disorder, understanding situations, managing symptoms, and coping with reactions when reintegrating into civilian life.
Support in dealing with the effects of trauma will be provided to veterans, as well as teaching problem-solving skills, and effective communication in families, business, and education. To reach the Shulmans please call 661-263-2680.
The USC School of Social Work, the largest social work school in the world assigns Master's Degree candidates, (qualified in veteran and military issues) to the College Of The Canyons mental health program and Veteran Resources Center to provide counseling and therapy to veterans in need of assistance.
Interns are supervised weekly by a licensed USC Social Work graduate professional holding an LCSW license from the State of California. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for assistance and appointments at the College of The Canyons.