The mission of Strength In Support is to provide mental health services to military personnel, veterans and their families, including individual and family therapy, mentorship and education to address all areas of our heroes well being.
SIS serves all military and family members, including active, non-active, reserve, guard, or veteran, from any branch of the military to address their challenges in a timely, competent, and supportive manner. All ages are welcome, and while no family will be turned away, most are low-income. Read on for stories from some of our clients.Read on »
SIS serves all military and family members, including active, non-active, reserve, guard, or veteran, from any branch of the military to address their challenges in a timely, competent, and supportive manner. All ages are welcome, and while no family will be turned away, most are low-income. As described in our mission statement, SIS structures its programs on three pillars:
Building on the experience of its founders in offering pro bono mental health services to veterans and their families, SIS allows our military, our vets and their families to receive free or low-cost individual, couple, family, or group therapy and counseling each week. Read on »
There are many reasons why our clients choose to enter our mentorship program. Our mentorship program can help you manage conflict and stress, as well as ease the transition of deployment or reintegration into civilian life. Our mentors are veterans and spouses of veterans who can act like a friend and guide. Read on »
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SIS workshops are founded in the belief that not everything therapeutic happens in a counseling room. Often the social, educational and physical components of our workshops offer just the right help one needs!
“Extrememly informative, non discriminatory, and gave us the complete understanding that these benefits are meant for vets. Feels good to be honored this way. Love these workshops.” US Vet, Denise
SIS offers a free golf workshop taught by volunteer golf pro Tony Guilder at the Mission Viejo Country Club. In addition to getting physically active, a proven way to facilitate better mental health, these recreational workshops will connect you to new friends and the community, breaking down isolation and depression. Read on »