Military spouses, you are not alone.

You’re here because you love your spouse, but the person you fell in love with now seems to be a shell of their former self. You are desperate for healing in your relationship, but you don’t know where to turn. Maybe you’ve been given medications to numb your feelings. Or maybe you’ve been given books to read to lift your spirits.

But you’re not interested in a pick-me-up or a quick fix. You desire lasting change.


12 weeks from now, life can be better.


REBOOT is unlike anything else you’ve tried before. We believe that when people are married, the two become one flesh – that’s why we strongly encourage spouses and veterans to complete the combat trauma healing course together. During our process, walls are broken down to help educate you about what your spouse experienced and how you may have experienced secondary trauma. And rather than merely point you in the right direction, we’ll crawl down in the ditch with you to show you the way out. Since 2011, REBOOT has helped hundreds of veterans and their families heal. Your healing can start today.

WHAT REBOOT SPOUSES ARE SAYING

REBOOT saved my marriage. I don't know where I would be if it wasn't for the people in my group and the advice I received from our leaders. Simply amazing!
Sarah L.
This thing works. I was skeptical, but after a few weeks I actually started seeing a difference in our lives. Thank God for REBOOT!
Joy K.
The kids wanted their father back. Things aren't like they were, but they are good. We are healing together.
Savannah H.
It wasn't boring! It was fun. Monday nights were my favorite day of the week.
Ellen M.

WHAT TO EXPECT

Though we do provide support, and we are are a group, we are much more than just a “support group.” We are a network of “bridge people” helping one another cross the spiritual void experienced in the aftermath of war. The course consists of a led discussion digging deeper into specific topics related to combat trauma. Most groups are led by fellow combat veterans.

Each meeting starts by getting to know each other in a casual, comfortable environment. Often this involves eating a family-style meal together. We believe that spouses are deeply affected by deployments, so we encourage married couples to complete the course together. And at most locations, childcare is provided as well.

Combat affects the mind, body, and soul. With the Bible as our guide, we focus on helping our group members establish or regain the connectedness with God and their loved ones that they were designed to experience. We then work toward equipping them with a treatment plan to heal their soul wounds.

Ready to get started?

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