The Camaraderie Foundation provides 100% financial support for private counseling services to qualified Military Service Members and their families to help combat the invisible wounds of war. Our mission provides this program for Service Members and their families that served after September 11, 2001. As a supplement to what is offered by the Military, private sessions are conducted by licensed professionals and include helping individuals and families with the following, but not limited to: Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI), anger management, anxiety, depression, alcohol and drug abuse, marital and relationship issues, domestic violence, suicidal ideation, spiritual wellness and child/adolescent therapy.
- Camaraderie Foundation offers 100% financial assistance for private counseling services to qualified Service Members, spouses and children of Service Members that served after September 11, 2001. Please click here to fill out an Application for Assistance.
- Counselors – Camaraderie Foundation completes a screening process for each counselor associated with our program. All counselors have experience working with Military Veterans and families.
- Locating a Counselor – Camaraderie Foundation has an extensive counselor database. If we don’t already have a counselor listed who meets your needs or location, we’ll find one … because we’re in this battle together.