For Veterans and Families

Calling on VetsHouse Calls Total Wellness For Veterans & Families
The Path of the Warrior

Veterans Helping Veterans Find Hope And Direction For The Future

    • Bonded Through War
    • Bonded Through Healing
    • Brothers and Sisters in Arms

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In 2018, there were over 18.2 million military veterans living in the United States (US). These service members were repeatedly separated from their families, injured in the line of duty, and subjected to the life threatening situations and stress, leaving both them and their families with scars.

Time Does NOT Heal All Wounds!!


    • Provide the tools and guidance needed to heal after military service
    • Advocate and navigate all available veteran services to aid in physical and financial security
    • Empower soldiers to build the life skills needed to integrate into civilian jobs and obtain higher education
    • Support veterans and their families through counseling, advocacy, and rehabilitation in the security of their home

Double exposure Silhouette of Soldier on the United States flag in sunset for Veterans Day is an official USA public holiday


  • Every year Veterans have increasing rates of unemployment, homelessness, alcoholism, substance abuse and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
  • An average of 20 veterans commit suicide every day, a rate that spiked an additional 10% for young veterans aged 18 to 34
  • Over 20% of Afghanistan or Iraq Veterans have PTSD or Depression
    • 50% of Veteran with PTSD do not seek treatment
    • Out the ones that seek treatment, only 50% of them get "minimally adequate" treatment
  • 19.5% of Afghanistan or Iraq Veterans have suffered from Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI)
  • 25% of Afghanistan or Iraq Veterans showed signs of drug a
    nd alcohol abuse and dependence
  • Nearly 25% of homeless persons are Veterans, with an additional 1.4 million Veterans at risk losing their homes due to lack of support networks and poverty
  • Over 116,600 service members reported sexual harassment and assault in 2018. Roughly 80% of sexual violence goes unreported for fear of repercussions

Rangers celebrating success, clapping with hands. Team work conceptual image. Soldier shaking hands . People and military concept



Over 1.6 million Women have been part of the U.S. military and its campaigns since the American Revolution. Since that time, woman have faced slander, harassment, prejudice, and assault without advocacy.


  • Empower active duty women in the military
  • Guide sexual violence victims through administrative and legal process
  • Provide confidential care, support, and advocacy for victims of sexual violence
  • Protect, support, and educate victims of sexual harassment and assault

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  • 1 in 3 service women will experience sexual violence in their lifetime. Most of which reported more than once occurrence
  • 1 in 4 women reported gender discrimination, as well as severe and persistent sexual harassment. Most often by males in their chain of command
  • Nearly 80% of female assault victims reported being raped by someone they knew
  • 1 in 4 service women were assaulted by some in their chain of command
  • There has been a 10% increase in active duty member reported assaults, but despite increased reporting, actual convictions has decreased since 2015
  • Only 62% of sexual service related assault investigations that were considered for disciplinary action
  • Enlisted women below the rank of E-4 reported the majority of sexual violence suits
  • 70% of female service members reported some form of retaliation and retribution for reporting sexual assault, 77% of the retaliation received from people in the victims chain of command
  • In 2016, an estimated 83% of victims did not report the sexual violence
  • 1 in 3 service women who reported sexual assault discharged from the military within 7 months of making a complaint, 24% under less than honorable discharge
  • 1 in 4 service women who reported sexual harassment attempted to discharge


    • PTSD
    • Depression
    • Family
    • Marriage and Relationship
    • Grief
    • Sexual Violence
    • Domestic Abuse
    • Suicide
    • Addictions
    • Referrals to doctors
    • Lawyers,
    • Veterans Affairs
    • Support groups
    • Medication management
    • Education
    • Vocation
    • Mobility
    • Community Resources
    • Recovery
    • Social Restoration and Integration
    • Community Resources
    • Recreation Rebuilding
    • Physical therapy
    • Fitness
    • Nutrition

Teamwork Concept : Group of Soldier Hands Together Cross Processing ready to fight.

Contact the House Calls Total Wellness team for more information at info@housecallstotalwellness.com.

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