Programs for Military Families and Veterans

Through our C.A.M. (Community and Military) programs, Camaraderie offers comprehensive services to build a network of support around military families, provide relevant resources and help adjust to pre- and post-deployment life. Our goal is to build a community within a community.

These initiatives include:

C.A.M. Family Fun Days – Military families are under significant emotional strain and often don’t have the opportunity to connect with peers. Through community partnerships, Camaraderie offers family-friendly events that are free of charge to help couples reconnect, let kids be kids and to just have fun.

C.A.M. Peer to Peer Groups – These peer-to-peer discussion groups are designed to allow spouses to connect with other spouses while sharing challenges, learning from each other, and fostering friendships.

Counseling Scholarships

Counseling Scholarships

Camaraderie Foundation provides 100% financial support for confidential, private counseling services to post 9/11 Veterans, Military Service Members and their family members to help combat the invisible wounds of war.  As a supplement to what is offered by the Military, private sessions are conducted by licensed professionals and include helping individuals and families with the following, but not limited to: Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI), Military Sexual Trauma, anger management, anxiety, depression, alcohol and drug abuse, marital and relationship issues,  domestic violence, suicidal ideation, spiritual wellness and child/adolescent therapy.

  • Please click here to fill out an Application for Assistance
  • Counselors – Camaraderie Foundation completes a screening process for each counselor associated with our program. All counselors have experience working with Military Veterans and families.
  • Locating a Counselor – Camaraderie Foundation has an extensive counselor database. If we don’t already have a counselor listed who meets your needs or location, we’ll find one … because we’re in this battle together.