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22695
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This article profiles three women veterans who joined sororities in search of help for the transition to civilian life.
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38244
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Some veterans traumatized by their combat experience worked at the farm of Bill O’Brien, a who served in the Navy and Army National Guard. From the toil of the soil at Veteran Owned Veteran Grown Inc. came their healing of mind and spirit.
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39525
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An historical home in Washington has become a haven for female veterans recovering from military sexual trauma. Described is a brief history of the Rose Haven House, the house’s original owner, and services that the house’s residents receive as part of their recovery.
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39486
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Military veterans have non-profits like Charlotte Bridge Home, Patriots Path, or Purple Heart Homes to ease their transitioning into civilian life. Involved with the transition are services ranging from housing assistance to new job skills building, from GI Bill information to teaching professional networking skills. Nonprofits that cater to veterans and their families, before and after veterans’ military service, include USO of North Carolina-Charlotte Center, which provide services such as spousal support and care for wounded warriors.
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39938
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An interest in restoring Washington’s historic district and helping military vets recovering from war related trauma yielded Pamlico Rose Institute for Sustainable Communities. The yield of Roberts’ interest is represented in two projects: Historical Enclaves, which helps disabled veterans; Rose Haven, which helps female vets recovering from substance abuse, stemmed from sexual assault suffered during their service.
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40592
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The Evening Muse in NoDa offers a form of talk therapy that doesn’t happen in a therapist’s office. The R U OK, CLT? series combines honest dialogue about mental illness with musical and artistic performances, with the atmosphere intended to encourage individuals with mental illness to talk about their experiences.
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40656
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The Wheelhouse Foundation uses immersive technology to help recreate local current and historical events that entertain, educate, and instill empathy. Productions like “Routine” and “Trail of History” uses virtual and augmented reality to help viewers vicariously experience the 2016 Charlotte Uprising and Mecklenburg County’s Declaration of Independence in 1775.