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Centers of Hope are designed to be places where veterans receive encouragement, resources, and relationships with others who've walked where they have walked. The groups-
It is divided into four units, comprised of ten chapters. Each one walks the reader through the process of dealing with (or helping others to deal with) the invisible scars that may accompany military service.
It doesn’t stop there, though. The goal isn’t just to find healing from the past; the goal is to forge ahead into the best possible future— a future which includes redeployment into a new mission.
In order to accomplish this two-fold objective, the manual is divided into four units, using the acronym HOPE.
Each of these work together. In order to move forward we must find healing (H) and make peace with the past (P). We must gather the resources we need (O) while forging ahead (E).LEARN MORE ABOUT THE BOOK HERE
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