Stronger partners are organizations who have joined with us in our mission to bring together the Body of Christ to raise awareness of trauma recovery and to show those who are hurting the hope Christ offers for healing.
Mighty Oaks Foundation operates on a standing commitment to reach the brokenhearted, with a specific calling to assist our nation's military warriors and their families find a new life purpose through a hope in Christ, after enduring hardship through their service to America. The Mighty Oaks Warrior journey begins with an intensive peer-based program for men, women, and couples. Through instructional sessions, camaraderie, and team building activities, the programs teach warriors to overcome the past experience and move forward into a life of purpose.
Through REBOOT Combat Recovery, combat veterans and their families are experiencing breakthrough in their war against PTSD. REBOOT’s faith-based combat trauma healing course is designed to address the spiritual wounds of war. At REBOOT locations across the country, combat veterans are healing, divorce rates are dropping, medication abuse is decreasing and suicide numbers are being reduced.
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Branches of Valor is a Christian ministry dedicated to bringing hope and healing to veterans, first responders and their families impacted by duty-related stress and trauma. Branches of Valor provides a faith-based, peer-driven approach which addresses their physical, psychological and spiritual wounds by linking them to practical resources, supportive connections, and Biblical solutions.
Armed Forces Mission (AFM) works with military, veteran, and civilian communities to build resilience and restore hope for those at risk of suicide. Through the training of compassionate caregivers and the direct intervention of individuals at risk we are saving lives on the battlefield of personal despair. Since inception, AFM has trained more than 4,000 community members and served more than 25,000 military personnel. In 2015, AFM staff conducted more than 150 high risk suicide interventions resulting in more than 3,000 Years of Potential Life Saved (YPLS).
Cru Military is a caring community passionate about connecting the global military community to Jesus Christ. Believing that faith makes a difference in the lives of those who have answered the call to serve, we offer spiritual support to Active Military, Guard, Reserve, Veterans, and their families as they face the unique stresses of military life. Cru Military has developed a wide array of resources addressing military marriage issues, military family issues, discipleship, and challenges related to combat trauma. We seek to enlist and equip individuals, churches, and other faith-based groups to bring the hope and healing of Christ to the military communities around them.
The Military Missions Network (MMN) has emerged from a common calling shared by evangelical Christians involved in the domain of missional military ministry. Parties connected through this network have embraced a shared commitment to the Great Commission of Jesus Christ and a mutual love for those living in the military culture. Relationships and partnerships between particular churches, chaplains and ministries linked through this network are based on voluntary associations, common convictions, mutual benefits, and shared goals. All such relationships and partnerships are initiated by individual parties.
Emergency Chaplain Group is the arm of Emergency Ministries which provides Chaplaincy service to EMS, Fire, Law Enforcement and Dispatch agencies - both on-scene and “behind scene” with an emphasis is on Critical Incident Stress assistance. The services offered by Emergency Ministries are offered without regard to religious affiliation (or lack thereof). We have sat down (sometimes on the scene) with our everyday heroes on issues involving things such as; fatalities involving children, multiple fatality accidents, deaths of co-workers, marital problems, substance abuse issues and the like.
The Amos House of Faith was established by Justina Page. She has dedicated herself to helping families affected by burn trauma. She is the founder and Executive Director of The Amos House of Faith, a nonprofit organization established to provide post burn support to children and families affected by burn trauma.Being a burn survivor herself as well as the mother of burn survivors, she has experienced all the stages of trauma a burn patient faces and is uniquely qualified to deal with these problems.
The creation of the HEARTS Veterans Museum of Texas is a remarkable story of a patriotic gesture turned into a moment of inspiration and nurtured with an overwhelming grassroots effort into a full-fledged museum honoring the service of the American veteran.
The Armor of God Military Ministry (AOG) began as an outreach ministry of WoodsEdge Community Church, The Woodlands, Texas in April 2010. The mission of Armor of God Military Ministry is to serve veterans and their families in tangible and relevant ways that offer them hope and healing in Christ. We seek to glorify God as a ministry by trusting his direction and provision and being a team that demonstrates authenticity, love, energy and the fruits of the spirit. We will prayerfully serve in well-planned ways using the gifts, talents, and resources of our team wisely.