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Armed Forces Mission


national lifeline for
suicide prevention

1-800-273-TALK (8255)

Calvary Steel Ministries - Phone: 936-494-1323

Leading veterans to a lifestyle of recovery through Christ.

We believe in treating PTSD like the wound that it is. For those that are physically wounded, it plays out like this - they are placed inpatient and their immediate needs are met. For example, the bone in the leg is set. After the inpatient treatment, they are send home to recover but are set up with physical therapy to ensure the healing process continues and the wounds heal correctly. This is what we provide, the funding for that outpatient therapy for their moral wounds. It allows our veterans the ability to heal at home while still being rehabbed with therapy at no cost to them.

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Armor of God Military Ministry

This support group for family members of the military community meets at The Woodlands United Methodist Church on Tuesday nights at 7 PM. The church is located at 2200 Lake Woodlands Drive, The Woodlands, TX 77381 (see map below). The group uses the book When War Comes Home by Chris & Rahnella Adsit and Marshéle Carter Waddell. Materials are provided.


A combat trauma support group meets Tuesday nights at 7 PM in Room D-205, at The Woodlands United Methodist Church located at 2200 Lake Woodlands Drive, The Woodlands, TX 77381. Veterans of all wars are welcome.

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Mighty Oaks Outposts

Each weekly meeting is guided by an Outpost Leader, someone who has received Mighty Oaks leadership training. Attendees learn strategies and successes in combating PTS, combat trauma and day to day challenges utilizing the program curriculum and group interaction. Attendees discuss available resources and support one another during their individual journeys to recovery. Monthly recreational activities are common at most outposts. For locations click on the link:

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Planting Roots - Military Women

Military women, both those in uniform and not, desire connection, stability, hope, and joy. Multiple moves, frequent deployments, and questions regarding careers are just some of the issues they deal with as they build their marriages, raise their children, develop relationships, and manage careers. The Planting Roots program’s purpose is to build and foster a community of military women through live Christ-centered events and engaging media channels. An interactive website where women can share their stories and participate in online Bible studies teaches women the Gospel and allows believers to dig deeply, living out their faith wherever they are planted. The prayer is that through this effort, military women will find connection, stability, strength, and purpose in their personal lives, which will lead to building and strengthening their marriages, families, and communities. Scripture is the foundation for this ministry.

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Stonecroft - 1.800.525.8627

Stonecroft volunteers go into their communities with the message of the Gospel. God transforms women’s lives as the volunteers share their faith one-on-one and through large outreaches, small groups, Detox – Find Your Balance, Stonecroft Military, and more.

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The Warrior’s Journey

The Warrior’s Journey provides 24/7 Prayer Support.

Being properly equipped is an essential part of being a warrior. When it comes to life challenges and ethos, finding the right help from the right people is an important priority. The Warrior's Journey® has partnered with individuals and organizations to provide credible, proven help to warriors and their families to provide them with the life skills and tools needed in their journeys.

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Military Community Youth Ministries
(800) 832-9098

Club Beyond® is the name used by Military Community Youth Ministries (MCYM) to identify its ministry with military high school and middle school-aged kids worldwide. Club Beyond staff and volunteers mentor young people and are available to journey with them through the hard challenges of adolescence, providing positive role models and exhibiting Christ-like behavior.

In addition to weekly 90-minute club meetings, Club Beyond means retreats (usually one per semester), along with special activity nights, lock-ins, ski trips, summer camps and service projects. Club Beyond leaders also offer a weekly Bible study for those students who want to go deeper in their faith. All of these activities are well chaperoned, with a high ratio of volunteer leaders for kids in attendance.

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