The Strength At Home programs are relationship strengthening programs for Veterans, Servicemembers and their families who are struggling with conflict, anger, and readjustment after a deployment. Our programs were collaboratively developed by internationally recognized mental health experts at the National Center for PTSD, Boston VA Healthcare System, Boston University, and other academic and clinical institutions serving military members and their families. Our team leaders are experts in couple's treatment, anger treatment, as well as trauma and recovery.
The mission of the Strength At Home programs is to advance the clinical care of America's Veterans and Servicemembers through the research, development, and dissemination of evidence based treatments for stress-related disorders.
The Strength At Home programs’ vision is to disseminate evidence-based treatments for relationship strengthening and violence prevention for military couples, and to reduce and end domestic violence in intimate relationship partners. We hope that our programs will be implemented in VA and community treatment centers across the country.