A meaningful homecoming is more than a parade, handshake and “thank you for your service”. To The Station, returning home is a slow, deliberate process. It goes beyond the physical and extends beyond the warrior. A true homecoming needs to be integrated, engaging and carefully designed to foster healthy, holistic growth in the warrior, their family and our Nation.
Homecoming includes creating a space – safe and discreet – where families can push beyond comfort and grow beyond expectations. But most of all, it means spending time understanding the families – without judgment – and walking beside them as trusted guides. Returning home with experienced mentors and resources necessary to cultivate genuine, lasting progress.
Family Foundation Workshops
Service members, spouses and children reconnect and re-open lines of communication through a variety of holistic, reflective activities. After they return back to their community, our staff remains engaged and present, providing personal support integrating and applying lessons learned in Montana.
Spouse Performance Programs
Empowering workshop encouraging spouses to identify goals and value themselves as a priority. Spouses learn how to balance service for others with care for self throughout the endless transitions and deployment requirements.
Extended absence strains relationships between service members and their children. Restore helps them rediscover and strengthen ties in natural teamwork situations. These experiences help validate SOF children into their parent’s lives, increase self-esteem, and improve the connection with their parent.