Veterans and Families Welcome
"A Veteran, whether active duty, retired, national guard, or reserve, is someone who, at one point in their life, wrote a blank check made payable to 'The United States of America' for the amount of up to and including Their Life." - Unknown
Serving in the military, both in combat or non-combat positions, takes a toll on the individual and their family. Becoming a soldier takes more than just learned skills. A soldier is made, formed, constructed, through a process of breaking the civilian self, and reassembling the person to serve the military mission, values, and goals. After discharging from service, and the time that follows, soldiers often struggle with reintegrating into civilian life. The military rules, conduct, and way of life no longer fit the outside world, but most vets are never taught how to transition back to their civilian life. Families often don't know how to handle this transition, which may take months or years.
I was a Lieutenant in the IDF, where I served 4 years as artillery officer. I have been through the process of reintegrating, and reconnecting to my civilian self. Whether you are dealing with physical, mental, or emotional wounds from your military service, you can find your way back to a life worth living. As Americans it is out duty to help soldiers heal, and find their way home. I'm dedicated to that mission, and am involved with veteran organizations such as Vets Journey Home, and WNY Veteran One-stop Center. You too can find your way home. Please call me today to schedule a FREE consultation. Veteran families are welcome.