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Peacemaker Program Launches 'Combat To Clarity' For Area Veterans

Like all families, military veterans and their families argue and disagree, but some say their issues are often intensified due to post- traumatic stress disorder, separation from family or traumatic injuries obtained at war
Like all families, military veterans and their families argue and disagree, but some say their issues are often intensified due to post- traumatic stress disorder, separation from family or traumatic injuries obtained at war. That's why the Peacemaker Program of Utica is launching a new program called 'Combat to Clarity,' designed to bring free mediation and conflict resolution training to military vets and their families here at home.

"It's a huge huge adjustment for veterans to come in. There's a lot of difference, its not just changing from one job to another. This is an opportunity to work through these issues and learn some different techniques on how to readjust,' says Steve Robinson, executive director at Peacemaker Program.

'Combat To Clarity' is seeking veterans who want to participate in the program, as well as vets interested in becoming mediators. For more details, please contact the Peacemaker Program directly at 724-1718 or visit www.thepeacemakerprogram.org
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