I began as an Intern at The Soldiers Project through the MSW program at USC. Not only did I gain valuable experience here in the non-profit sector, I also got to see first hand how dedicated and genuinely interested they are in the well-being of military families. I myself am a surviving spouse and found it personally gratifying to know that a program, organization, and people of such caliber are looking to meet the needs of our service members and their families. I love TSP and thank you for all you do.
I am a volunteer clinician working with Veterans for this organization. I am proud to be a volunteer and contributing to the success of The Soldiers Project. There is not a more worthwhile organization I would rather place my time and effort into!
Dr Beth Siegel,PsyD.
I work on the board of a different non-profit and, in my travels, I have worked with one of the board members of The Soldiers Project on many occasions. Most of our conversations have been around raising awareness and funds to help those in need. I have rarely met a more passionate individual so loyal to a cause. For many years he has regularly given away his personal time, stepping away from his wife and kids over the weekend to work for this exceptional group.
In my experience, when members of the board believe this strongly in what they are working for, you have an organization worth your time.
The organization helps veterans reclaim their lives after coming home. Outreach and help for the soldier with wounds that cannot always be seen. They work with professionals who donate their time in several states. Definitely a worthy organization for recognition of their efforts
I began as a volunteer psychologist after attending a training by the founder, Dr. Judith Broder in 2006, who has inspired many of us with her dedication and leadership. Working with the Soldiers Project providing therapy to couples and families affected by war has provided me with invaluable learning and professional development.
The consultation group experience with other licensed volunteers has been meaningful as have the many hours of training provided to me as a volunteer. This is a wonderful way to give back to our community and to those who serve, and is much needed.
I worked as a consultant with the development staff while they were seeking new full-time staff. The Soldiers Project was a wonderful agency to work for and with. They provide a service that meets an unfilled need for the provision of mental health counseling not only for veterans, but also for the people who love them.
THANK YOU Soldiers Project for the work you do, filling a big service gap for our veterans. I can speak mostly with someone who works with the office staff at Soldiers Project, that every decision seems to go through a thoughtful process. I'm not a veteran and so can't speak to the services themselves - I understand they are great - but can say that this is a nonprofit that is run very well. Bravo Soldiers Project!
The Soldiers Project fills a void in the universe of returned veterans, helping to heal the invisible wounds of those who have bravely served our country. They do great work in helping those suffering from PTSD, and doing so anonymously so that those who need help or perhaps even more likely to seek and receive it.
The Soldiers Project does important and powerful work helping combat veterans returning from Iraq and Afghanistan adjust to the trauma of their wartime experience and to life as a civilian. PTSD, TBI, moral injury, MST are just a few of psychological maladies the Soldiers Project addresses. I have spent six years as a volunteer therapist for this fine organization, and found the work they do rewarding, the staff respectful, warm, and highly competent, and the need of its services immense and growing every year.