Veteran Resources

VETERAN RESOURCES

Mental Strength Training

Improve Sleep

Reduce Pain

Relax

When: 6 pm- 7 pm

2/20

2/27

3/12

3/19

3/26

4/2

Where:

Macomb Community College J Building, Room 140

14500 Twelve Mile Road, Warren, MI 48088

Hosted by Brandon Klein

248-824-0605

Session Registration

 

Brandon@wiseMindGentleSoul.com

 

 

 

 

VA Caregiver Support Line Telephone Education Group of the Month. Click here for this month’s featured group:              

 https://www.caregiver.va.gov/support-line/presentations.asp

This group will help you understand your emotions and how you react to them.  Learn to share your feelings clearly so others understand you.  Skills will be discussed to give you more control of your emotional reactions.  Listen to this group and improve how you manage your emotions with success.

Would you like to attend the VA caregiver telephone groups each month? 

If you are a caregiver of a Veteran enrolled in the VA, you can register.  Call us at 1-855-260-3274 to register.

VA Welcome Kit simplifies VA benefits, service process

The VA Welcome Kit makes it easier for service members, Veterans, family members, Caregivers and Survivors to understand the many different benefits and services offered by VA. “The Welcome Kit can help guide you whether it’s time to go to school, get a job, buy a house, get healthcare, retire or make plans for your own care as you age,” said VA Secretary Robert Wilkie. [From VAntage Point]

Registration opens March 2 for National Veterans Golden Age Games

Registration to compete in the 2020 National Veterans Golden Age Games opens March 2, 2020, at 12 p.m. ET. Eligible Veterans must be age 55 and older and receive VA health care. Applications will be online at www.veteransgoldenagegames.va.gov. Registration closes once it reaches the maximum number of applicants. The Games run from June 22-27 in Madison, Wis. [From VAntage Point]

August 21-23, 2020

the Macomb Vet Center will be offering out first ever veterans retreat. Our theme is Rest & Resiliency. 

The retreat is free, and is open to all veterans in the community. 

However we only have space for 50 veterans to attend, so we ask that all veterans interested in attending register to reserve their spot.

About this retreat

This retreat has two goals:

1) to provide a 3-day experience that offers rest and a time to focus on yourself

2) To learn tools that you can implement in your daily lives that are aimed at improving your well-being.

Meditation & Journaling and Trauma-Sensitive Yoga will be the two staple offerings, taught each day, with supplementary practices implemented alongside

To register, contact:

Katherine Page, LMSW (586) 412-0107