Frequently Asked Questions

We understand stepping out in faith and attending a meeting of ours can be scary and nerve-wracking. This is especially true if crowds cause you anxiety. Our goal is to make our environments as comfortable as possible and part of that goal is answering any questions you have prior to attending. Take a look at the topics below and reach out if you don’t see the answer here!

Should I be worried about my privacy?

Your privacy is of utmost importance to us. Read this carefully: nothing you share with us (outside of self harm or illegal activity) will be shared with anyone outside the privacy of our groups. This means that nothing you share will hurt your role or rank.

Will there be a lot of people at these groups?

Typical REBOOT groups have between 10-15 attendees, but sometimes the groups can be larger. If crowds bother you, feel free to arrive early and talk to your local coordinator who will be be able to give you advice on how to handle the crowds and manage your stress.

Is there any cost for attending REBOOT programs?

There is no cost to anyone attending our groups. Food, childcare, and curriculum are also included in most cases.

How is REBOOT funded?

As a 501 (c)(3) nonprofit organization, REBOOT relies on civilian donations and support to provide our flagship programs. We do not ask any of our attendees for financial support.

Is this only a Christian thing?

At REBOOT, we welcome people of all faith backgrounds, but we don’t hide the fact that we look at combat trauma from a Biblical perspective. We believe that healing is not found in our advice, but in the transformative power of God. Our job is to connect the hurting with the Healer.

What happens if I have to miss a meeting?

We understand that schedules are busy, so we try to be as flexible as possible. Once you attend your first meeting, let your local group leaders know which meetings you need to miss and they can provide you with materials you can follow while you are away so you don’t fall behind. We recommend members not miss more than two or three weeks.

What if my spouse can't or won't attend with me?

We understand that family dynamics can be complicated and that it is not always possible for both the service member and spouse to attend. We do highly emphasize that completing the course together is ideal; however, if only one of you can join us, please come!