El Paso P2P

 

All-Female Veteran/Soldier Support group meets every 1st, 3rd & 5th Tuesday evening from 6-7pm.

Women Veterans or Women Soldiers, please join us! 

Facilitated by spouse of a Vietnam Veteran and a Veteran/Mom of a Vet/Spouse of a Vet/Daughter of a Vet, this diverse support group began in October 2011.

Its focus is Military Female family member and Female Veteran/Active Duty.   

WHEN:    Tuesday, 1730-1830 (5:30-6:30PM)

WHERE:  1st Texas Bank Bldg, 901 Indiana, Ste 180, Wichita Falls, TX 76301

POC's:     Karen Watson & Sheri Ward, 940-767-1432 or 940-224-9851

 

El Paso P2P

 

All-Female Veteran/Soldier Support group meets every 1st, 3rd & 5th Tuesday evening from 6-7pm.

Women Veterans or Women Soldiers, please join us! 

PTSD Support for MST Survivors - 6:00 pm in Tyler

Women veterans MST group. Childcare provided. 

BEITZ peer support group - 6:00 pm in Weatherford

Peer support 1st and 3rd Tuesdays of the month in Weatherford

 

Meeting:

Peer Support Group for Women Veterans

Meeting Time:

Every Tuesday 1800 to 1900

 

Location:

El Paso P2P

 

All-Female Veteran/Soldier Support group meets every 1st, 3rd & 5th Tuesday evening from 6-7pm.

Women Veterans or Women Soldiers, please join us! 

Updated on October 17, 2017
Updated on October 17, 2017
Updated on October 17, 2017
Updated on October 17, 2017
Updated on October 16, 2017
Updated on October 16, 2017

Around Texas an army of veteran volunteers stands at the ready.
Ready to offer Trust, Camaraderie, and Hope.

The Military Veteran Peer Network is as simple (and complex) as a band of veteran volunteers that work together to help any veteran in need. They offer mutual support and friendship while doing fun activities. Every MVPN hub offers multiple peer support sessions for different eras or military experiences, and mentoring support to veterans in the Veteran Treatment Courts, Perhaps you are that needed mentor or volunteer, or perhaps you find yourself in need of a battle buddy.
When you're ready to reach out- for friendship with people that 'get you' or for a need- call your local MVPN coordinator.