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Hi! My family would like to extend an invitation to our Thanksgiving dinner to veterans. We can only host 5 and have enough food (good food, I promise you won't be disappointed). I know how tough the holidays can be and I spent ten years in the military. This was actually my aunt's idea and it will be at her home in Lexington. I can arrange for pick up and drop off if need be. We just want to give back to veterans in any way we can. I figured this would be a good place to start. ... See MoreSee Less
Table Talk™ is a peer support system design specifically for women Veterans. Table Talk™ focuses on gender specific aspects through structured positive interaction with trained facilitators and peers.
Table Talk™'s goal is to help women Veterans help themselves. The program provides educational materials and activities that promote self-knowledge, self-understanding, self-development and self-renewal for the woman Veteran. The purpose of the program is for peers to help peers with the objective to keep Veterans well by talking to each other and to establish a bond amongst the Veterans in their local areas.
If you are a woman Veteran interested in joining a Table Talk™ Group, join us at an interest meeting on November 18 at 4:30 PM at SC Thrive or November 20 at 11:30 at the Bluff Road Armory. If you serve women Veterans or know a woman Veteran, pass along the flyer below! #GetintheFight #BreaktheStigma #SCThrive #TableTalk #TeamSCT ... See MoreSee Less
It's a story we hear too much too often. We have not become callous to it; in fact it hurts us just as bad as the first time we heard about our loved ones who lost their battle.
We share with you Marine Officer Jason Black who left us too soon. Thank you for your service and we hope your story makes someone reach out for help who is fighting the same war. If that's you, know you are not alone. There are many around you who want to help but don't know because either you're not telling them or they just don't know how to help.
Advocacy, awareness, and being proactive are just some of the ways we can reduce the suicide numbers, the stigma, and increase stories of resiliency.
#GetintheFight #BreaktheStigma #NeverForgotten ... See MoreSee Less
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