Berks Veterans Affairs selects Camel Project to facilitate new peer-to-peer support group

Berks Veterans Affairs has selected The Camel Project to facilitate its new FORWARD in-person, peer-to-peer support group. The support group allows veterans to discuss any issue important to them in a safe, non-judgmental environment.

Sessions are no-cost, no registration is required, and personal information is not collected. Veterans can leave at any time during the one-hour sessions.

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Pamela Gockley, Executive Director of The Camel Project, will act as lead facilitator of the sessions. “The Camel Project is proud to have been chosen to serve our veterans,” Pam said, ”and we look forward to assisting them with this vital program.”

All veterans are invited to attend the FORWARD sessions on Wednesdays at 1:30 pm at the Berks Veterans Affairs office at 726 Cherry St., Reading, PA.

The Camel Project’s Reading based nonprofit with a mission is to assist communities, including individuals, schools, and organizations, in changing the culture of violent and unacceptable behaviors that result in trauma and abuse.

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