therapy & support

Veteran Peer Support

What is Veteran Peer Support?

Veteran peer support encompasses range of activities and interactions between individuals who share similar experiences of being diagnosed with a mental health condition as well as having lived military experience. The peer support relationship promotes connection, recovery, and inspires hope. By sharing their own lived experience peer support workers help people to develop their own goals, create strategies for self-empowerment, and take concrete steps towards building fulfilling, self determined lives for themselves. 

Veteran peer support groups are intended for active duty service members/veterans.  Each meeting includes a check in with each member, education, support, and camaraderie. The veteran peer support group is open, meaning individuals may attend meetings as frequently as they decide. Groups are capped at 10-12 attendees so every individual has the opportunity to engage in the meeting. 

Program Details:

Meetings are held every Monday

6 pm – 7 pm

At Ease USA – Café 
(enter through gym)
10605 Burt Circle
Omaha, NE 68114

For more information contact At Ease USA clinical manager, Laura Fischer, at 531.247.4040 ext. 2