CareForTheTroops is always in search of good content that can be useful to military families, therapists, congregation leaders, or any visitor to this web site.
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• Fraser Counseling Center
Non-Profit Opns Mentoring
• Pathways Comm Network
Mental Health Providers
• EMDR Clinicians of GA
• Marriage and Family
• Episcopal Diocese of Atlanta
• Episcopal Diocese of Georgia
• The Presbytery of Greater
Atlanta & Presbyterian
• Catholic Charities and the
Archdiocese of Atlanta
• The Georgia Cooperative
Baptist Fellowship (CBF)
• The Lutheran ELCA
Now available on this website via Alliant University's Continuing Education Post-Combat Behavioral Health Certificate Program
Alliant University has developed a comprehensive suite of classes to help prepare clinicians to work effectively with today's returning vets and their families. Delivered online, the classes are convenient, informative, engaging.
Learn more from the ON-LINE TRAINING page on this website. You can register or get additional information from the Alliant registrar, Eric Melendez: email@example.com 415-955-2029
This information appears on a wonderful website that contains many other interesting and important items of information. The website belongs to Alison Lighthall, RN, MS former US Army Nurse Corps and is named Hand2HandContact.org I suggest you consider viewing her website. If you get a chance to attend one of her entertaining and informative seminars, that is also recommended.
Click the word “download” if you want to download a copy of this information.
Flying the flag correctly and with respect matters to Military Service Members.
Once you've sworn your life to defend the principles embodied in the American Flag, it becomes an emotional symbol to you. Seeing it mishandled or mistreated, therefore, may well upset a Service Member, former or current. Below are the rules that will show respect, not just for the flag, but for the commitment all Service Members have made to this country.