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PROGRAMS

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One-Year Residential Program

The one-year residential program is a golden opportunity to “get unstuck,” to move past trauma and transition challenges into a lifetime of personal and professional contribution and success.  After a significant month of orientation and assessment, Valor Farm “Patriots” move through three 12 week “trimesters” which sequentially focus on resilience, trauma recovery, and career preparation. Concurrently Patriots take electives based on personal needs and interests -- ranging across equine therapy, financial literacy, family relationships, topical Bible studies, nutrition, sleep management, pain management, and many others.  Assisted by mentors, each Patriot constructs a Personal Development Plan which tracks individual goals and progress.  The desired outcomes from the community living, dignified work, technical training, and overall wellness culture include successful professional transition, healthy work-life balance, wholesome family relationships, expanded inner resources including a relevant faith, positive contribution to society, and service as a mentor to others.  The NCHV will continue to be a resource and encouragement to our Patriot graduates.

During their time at Valor Farm, Patriots live in individual tiny homes (or a larger family tiny home) within a Patriot Community Village.  Each village consists of 20 tiny homes and a Village Community Center where Patriots cook and share meals, enjoy fitness and recreational activities, participate in classes and special events, and grow stronger together.  As well, Patriots together engage in meaningful work on the farm (or in the local community) which is aligned with their interests and capabilities.

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The Patriot Acceptance Process

Due to increasing tiny home availability, NCHV is now accepting applications for additional Patriots in our one-year residential program.    I encourage you to identify Veterans who would benefit from our program.  The process begins with referral from a trusted private or government entity, followed by an application (including background checks) which the NCHV Client Care Council reviews to make a final acceptance determination, or refer the individual to an organization better suited to meet their particular needs.  Currently, we do not accept Veterans with active addictions, and make Veteran specific acceptance determinations based on other behavioral and mental health histories.

The Valor Farm Program Director Command Sergeant Major Jeremy Strasser administers this referral and application process and can be reached at JeremyStrasser@HealthyVeterans.org  or phone 712-830-3552.  He will send Referral documentation to you, and an application form to your referred Veteran.  Veterans seeking admittance without a referring entity can contact CSM Strasser directly.

The Patriot Acceptance Process  describes the specific referral and application process.

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NCHV Veteran
Engagement Programs

Current Program Partners
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Resilience God Style

Trauma Prep & Resilience

This one-of-a-kind course teaches you how to build bounce, weather the storm, and bounce back without getting stuck. This course is widely used in church and academic settings to build personal resiliency.

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John W Brick Mental Health Foundation

The JWB Foundation supported the National Center for Healthy Veterans to provide programs and research surrounding their mission to “Return Healthy Veterans to America.” 

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American Bible Society

Biblical Engagement

The American Bible Society has been engaging people with the life-changing message of God's Word for over 200 years, and provides study aids and other tools to help people engage with it.

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REBOOT Recovery

Trauma and PTSD

A nationally renowned, faith-based trauma healing course designed to help veterans of all eras and their families recover from the spiritual and moral wounds of war.

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Veterans Service Alliance

Veteran Suicide Prevention

To provide military, active duty, veterans, and their families with viable faith-based programs that lead to mental stability, physical strength, spiritual growth, and community involvement. 

iVet

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Military Transition

IVET is a nonprofit organization that teams with the best in industry and the best educators to meet a tough demand of helping our heroes find the solutions they need at ZERO cost to them.

Equine Therapy

Working to create meaningful bonds between our Patriots and horses, our equine assisted therapy offers an array of benefits such as reduction of stress, improved strength, and improved stamina.

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