Our mission is to provide mental health services to military personnel, veterans and their families, including individual and family therapy, mentorship and workshops to address all areas of our heroes well being.

Our 2019 numbers speak for themselves...

Received counseling
Workshops since 2013
Hours of Outreach
"As a mentor for veterans, I get the opportunity to cultivate an awareness that not all disabilities are physical or can be seen. I empower, advocate, and encourage resiliency to challenge stereotypes. I know even a small change will have a ripple effect in changing a vet’s life."
Sandy Khim-Pamanian
Veteran Outreach & Veteran Mentor Coordinator​

The Invisible Wounds of War

U.S. Veteran
Have considered suicide 20%
U.S. Veteran
Have made a plan to die by suicide 17%
U.S. Veteran
Report they did not receive help 50%
U.S. Veteran
Have PTSD 44%
U.S. Veteran
Have depression 46%
"I guess I should start with what brought me to Strength in Support in the first place. I found this program on accident while searching for therapy options. I had been out of the military for almost a year and was running out of options as far as “figuring it out on my own.”
Kelse Mcclure
United States Marine Corps

Strength in Support is able to treat each veteran, each active military member and their family members as individuals, tailoring a treatment program to fit their current needs.

Treatment programs include: