Veteran receiving mental health consultation from a medical professional.Clinical Therapies

People struggling with mental health challenges often feel they can’t be helped. Our fully-licensed counseling partner utilizes positive psychology and trauma-informed care in a trusted, therapeutic safe space so you can confidentially address mental health, addiction, or trauma-related concerns.

Free for veterans and/or their family members in Forsyth, Cherokee, Dawson and Pickens Counties.

Click here to get the help you need.

A group of veterans engaged in a focused peer support session to enhance coping and life skills.Veteran Peer Support Groups & One-On-One

Many veterans feel incredibly isolated. What brings us together is discovering that others are going through the same things we are. Veteran-led Peer Counseling groups meets twice per month to connect and support each other.  Groups meet in Canton and Cumming, Georgia.

Our Peer Specialists are available by phone on weekdays from 1700 until 2100 eastern time. They offer direct, non-emergency support. Reach out today if you need help and are not sure what to do:

Mike Brooks – (229) 854-6127          Keegan Merritt – (404) 216-5544

Registration required, click here.

John Sterling, veteran leadership consultant and resiliency trainer, headshot.

T.E.A.M. Leadership Huddle

The LEADERS HUDDLE is a weekly conversational platform where LEADERS can be LED. Our principles of engagement start with the words TRUST, TRANSPARENCY, & TOLERANCE which encourage leaders to LEAN into life…LEARN from its experiences…and LEVERAGE them with those they serve.

This online program is held every Tuesday night at 7:00 – 8:30.

First-timers must register here.

Click here to learn more.

Carolyn Agosta, a partner at AboutFace-USA and the leader of the Online Healing Program, smiling warmly.Saturday Morning Guide to Healing

Many veterans experience unexpected, disruptive trauma symptoms in their day-to-day lives. This program teaches proven self-healing techniques to neutralize sudden feelings of anxiety, anger or distress.

A weekly one-hour energizing skills guide for six weeks.

Next start date is January 27 (to March 2).

Registration Required, click here.


Veterans attending a financial literacy workshop with an American flag in the background.Financial Literacy Coaching

Financial literacy is a critical component of feeling secure. We provide personalized, one-to-one coaching to help veterans and their families take steps to pay off debt, build savings, manage a budget and more.

Four coaching sessions, one in-person group session and three one-to-one zoom or phone call sessions.

Next start date is January 24th in Canton, GA, 10 AM – 11 AM.

Registration Required, click here.