Project Sanctuary is a therapeutic military family program that focuses on the needs, challenges and concerns that our military families face every day. We work with veterans and active-duty service members and their families with our exclusive three part A.R.T. program, combining counseling, education, self-development and recreational therapy to help build well-adjusted families.
Our program is based on research and direct feedback from hundreds of military families nationwide.
We assist the military service members by helping them heal from the effects of war, provide a safe place to heal, help reconnect the family unit and treat all members of the family at their level of need—which enables the service member to reintegrate into their family and community successfully. Our programs focus on the entire family’s mental health and well-being first as we take them through the steps towards creating a sustainable balanced and thriving family– and life.
Founding Principle: The whole family serves, and the best way to “support the troops” is by supporting the family.
Vision Statement: Project Sanctuary will assist military service members returning from our nation’s wars and conflicts by reconnecting the family unit through a holistic approach, healing the effects of war, treating all members of the family at their level of need, and enabling the service members to reintegrate into their families and communities in a healthy and sustainable manner, resulting in preservation of the family unit and strengthening of the community, the military and the country.
Mission Statement: Project Sanctuary takes our military families from battle-ready to family-ready by providing six-day, outdoor, therapeutic retreats in a healing environment and ongoing family support services for two years following each retreat.