One of the most important factors in successful rehabilitation is the support and involvement of family members. Family members are welcome to schedule an appointment to visit at any time during your stay. Since some therapy activities are conducted away from the Project Victory program offices, please call ahead to confirm that the therapy or therapist you wish to visit will be available. Family members may be invited to participate in individual therapy sessions as well. Due to issues of confidentiality, the staff cannot permit family members to participate in or observe group therapy.
The staff at Project Victory firmly believes family participation in the rehabilitation process is critical to the clients’ recovery. Recovery from war injuries affects not only the service member, but also those with whom they share their lives. Loved ones often have their own concerns and needs and although they often want to help, many times they don’t feel they know the best way. Project Victory welcomes the opportunity to assist in improving family communication and aiding the family in providing assistance to one another.
REQUIRED SUPPORT SYSTEM PARTICIPATION
Project Victory requires that each client identify one person to be interviewed by a member of the Project Victory staff and to participate in discharge planning.
Additionally, your significant other may choose to participate in the following therapeutic services:
- Individual counseling for significant others to address their concerns and needs
- Couples counseling
- Couples educational sessions
- Family counseling
- Family educational sessions
- Children’s counseling
- Children’s educational sessions
- Spiritual counseling
We strongly encourage loved ones’ participation throughout the entire program. Should you have questions or concerns, please contact the client’s primary therapist to determine optimal avenues to address solutions.