Join us to learn about everything the Veteran Spouse Network has to offer in Spring 2021! You will have a chance to learn more about each of our programs and get your questions answered live, as well as hear from past participants and the veteran spouses leading our programs.
Below is a brief overview on each program we will be discussing:
The Veteran Spouse Resiliency Group (V-SRG) Program is a 12-week peer support group program for the spouses and committed partners of post-service veterans, and the spouses and partners of active duty service members who are within a year of separation from the military. V-SRG is open to spouses across the nation.
The Veteran Family Transition (VFT) Program provides peer navigation and targeted support to transitioning spouses, committed partners, and couples, as well as post-service veteran spouses, partners, and couples. The program supports spouses and couples as they identify their transition needs and goals, and connects them to local resources. Transition can be a bumpy time but with tailored supports, we hope to help make it a smooth transition for the whole family. VFT is open to all veteran families that reside in, or are moving to Texas.
The Virtual Social Club (VSC) Program offers a series of online meet-ups that provide participants with a space to share their fears and concerns, offer support and problem solve, and create opportunities to connect and socialize. Our social clubs range from simple coffee chats and topic-driven discussions, to workshops and guest speakers. Eligibility varies by session, to include military and veteran spouses, partners, caregivers, family members, and veterans and service members themselves, as well as individuals widowed or divorced from a service member or veteran.
Please note that this event will take place on Zoom. Upon registration for the event, you will be e-mailed a Zoom invite to join via computer, tablet, or phone.
Note: This event is open to any potential program participants (service members, veterans, military and veteran spouses, partners, caregivers, family members, and individuals divorced or widowed from a service member or veteran), as well as providers who would like to learn more about our programs.