Create a No Vet Alone Outpost program:
- Create community programs that will reduce suicide by setting up peer support, group physical activities in cities nationwide for those who serve our country.
- Provide a peer support network for those who serve for them to have a trusted connection whenever needed.
- Create a virtual GET CONNECTED via website and app that would allow any veteran anywhere (especially rural communities) to find peer support and resources.
- Reduce the homeless Veteran population by partnering with the VA and other partners to target at-risk veterans.
- Provide programming focusing on Resilience, Family Support, and Community Service that would reach more heroes, especially in rural communities.
- Enhance community partnerships to enable more services are available to those who need them most.
Listening to music can be entertaining, but is it possible that it might make you healthier? No Vet Alone LIVE! believes that music can play a vital role in suicide prevention by improving whole health. Music Saves Life by the way that music can influence your thoughts, feelings, and behaviors.
If you've ever felt pumped up while listening to your favorite fast-paced rock anthem or been moved to tears by a tender live performance, then you easily understand the power of music to impact moods and even inspire action.
Research has also shown that there are many different psychological benefits as well. The psychological effects of music can be more powerful and wide-ranging than you might assume. Music therapy is an intervention sometimes utilized to promote emotional health, help patients cope with stress, and boost psychological well-being. Some even suggest that your taste in music can provide insight into different aspects of your personality.
Music can relax the mind, energize the body, and even help people better manage pain.
No Vet Alone LIVE! features Veterans performing for Veterans, First Responders, Caregivers, and their families. A unique healing environment.