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Peer support for U.S. Military and Veterans on Fort Hood Tuesdays and Thursdays from 10:00 A.M. until 11:00 A.M!

No one wades a stream without getting wet and no one comes back from war unchanged. For most, this is a toughening process. It is a self-awareness generation engine. The efforts of our troops may produce internal struggles, but those efforts also produce tested, accomplished people.

This peer support group is for all MALE, Active Duty, Reserve, National Guard, and Veterans.  

Receive support, resources, referrals, and understanding for PTS, TBI, MST, Trauma ... or just come to share!

Email Chris at mr.christophermays@gmail.com or call 214-364-1710 for more info!



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


The regular meeting of the Texas Association of Vietnam Veterans, North TX Chapter, meets on the 4th Tuesday of the month at 1800 (6pm).



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Every Tuesday 1800 to 1900





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What do County Veteran Service Officers do?

County Veteran Service Officers work with the Department of Veterans Affairs and other nationally chartered veterans organizations to assure that veterans and their dependents receive the entitlements they deserve.

Click here for a sortable, searchable directory of Texas' County Veteran Service Officers.

What is the Military Veteran Peer Network?

With the peer-to-peer network, veterans go through a training course that teaches them how to facilitate groups of veterans. Once trained, they create local community peer groups. Because members of the group set the rules, no two peer groups are the same.

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