|Boots to Heels|
Women who have served in the military are returning home to the U.S. in record numbers, and many are facing new battlefields as they transition back to civilian life. Often dealing with post-traumatic stress disorder, female veterans can be plagued by fear, loneliness, distrust and anger. Though it seems outrageous and unthinkable, poverty and even homelessness are very real problems for the brave women who have served our country.
At Attitudes & Attire™, we recognized that our programs could help address some of the issues returning female veterans face. As a complement to our core programs, we offer Boots to Heels workshops exclusively for veterans. These special group sessions give women who have served in the military the camaraderie of being with peers who understand the unique experiences that have impacted them and the challenges they face when returning home.
We collaborate with referring agencies that serve female veterans and are expanding our outreach every day. Agencies that currently refer women veterans to Attitudes & Attire™ include: Grace After Fire; The Homeless Women Veterans Program; Salvation Army; The Texas Veterans Commission; The U.S. Dept. of Labor, and The U.S. Dept. of Veterans Affairs.
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Attitudes & Attire™ continues to expand our effort to provide programs for the courageous women who have served our country. To learn more or find out how you can help support this work, please contact us.