Our therapists are devoted to aiding individuals, families, children and adolescents in overcoming life's struggles and challenges, to rebuild and strengthen themselves. We provide a range of free workshops for churches, businesses and community organizations on military culture and mental health. The topics can be tailored to your group's needs. You never know when this might be of help to you or someone you know.
The Patriots' Hall of Dripping Springs is a permanent retreat and resource center designed specifically to meet the needs of all veterans and their families. The Warrior's Path is a five- to seven-day PTSD treatment program that takes place at a 36-acre retreat center near Dripping Springs. The Military Veterans Peer Network (MVPN) is a group of veterans and family members of veterans committed to supporting active and former service members by providing them with mentoring and counseling, as well as helping them access the services and resources available to veterans. AUSTIN (KXAN) To better serve veterans who have lost hope due to post-traumatic stress disorder, a local nonprofit organization has created a retreat to try to help.
For instance, equine therapy, in which veterans learn to control adrenaline and build trust with horses. To attend the retreat, a veteran can nominate themselves online or someone can nominate a veteran who they think would benefit from this center. Veterans nominated to participate in the program will be able to explore different treatment approaches. DRIPPING SPRINGS Central Texas veterans will have a permanent retirement and resource base at the Patriots' Hall of Dripping Springs (PHDS).
The goal of the Patriot's Hall of Dripping Springs is to bring together veterans of all ages and military service to attend rotating art classes, therapeutic workshops, off-site field trips, networking opportunities, motivational speakers, family reunions, VA claims assistance, and an in-house wellness center. Every day, veterans return home and face financial difficulties, family transitions, and emotional and physical challenges due to their time in the military. The Hope for Heroes team is here to help the veteran transitioning to civilian life, the service member between deployments, the first aid worker facing trauma, and the spouse or child facing the unique opportunities and challenges that come with living with a veteran or first aid worker. At Patriots' Hall of Dripping Springs (PHDS), we understand that transitioning from military life can be difficult. That's why we offer a range of services designed specifically for veterans.
Our services include free workshops on military culture and mental health for churches, businesses and community organizations; a five- to seven-day PTSD treatment program at our 36-acre retreat center; mentoring and counseling through our Military Veterans Peer Network (MVPN); equine therapy; VA claims assistance; art classes; therapeutic workshops; off-site field trips; networking opportunities; motivational speakers; family reunions; and an in-house wellness center. We also offer Hope for Heroes – a program designed to help veterans transition back into civilian life. Our team provides mentoring and counseling services as well as access to resources available to veterans. We understand that every veteran faces unique challenges when returning home from service – whether it's financial difficulties or emotional trauma – so we strive to provide support in any way we can. At Patriots' Hall of Dripping Springs (PHDS), we are dedicated to helping veterans overcome life's struggles and challenges. We offer a range of services designed specifically for veterans – from free workshops on military culture and mental health to equine therapy – so that they can rebuild their lives with strength and confidence.