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Art for the Veterans

Our craft kits offer veterans a therapeutic and creative outlet to manage stress, express emotions, and connect with others. Engaging in these activities can enhance mental well-being, foster a sense of accomplishment, and build community, helping veterans transition more smoothly into civilian life.

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Healing with Art

This program by the National Endowment for the Arts, in partnership with the Departments of Defense and Veterans Affairs, uses creative arts therapies to improve the health and quality of life for veterans and their families.

Art heals PTSD & TBI

This article discusses how art therapy is increasingly accepted as a complementary treatment for veterans with PTSD and TBI, showing promising results in improving symptoms and overall mental health.

Art & Trauma

This article discusses how the Creative Forces Network helps veterans and their families process trauma through creative arts therapies, enhancing communication and reducing isolation.

Art & PTSD

This review highlights the effectiveness of art therapy in treating PTSD among military personnel and veterans, improving emotional regulation and reducing stress.

Health & Community via Art

The VA's creative arts program helps hospitalized and homebound veterans improve fine motor skills, cognitive functioning, and manage stress and PTSD through arts and crafts.

Combat-Related PTSD

his article outlines the potential benefits of art therapy for veterans with combat-related PTSD, emphasizing its effectiveness in addressing symptoms such as avoidance and emotional numbing, and providing recommendations for best practices in art therapy.

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