M.A.S.H. PTSD AWARENESS PROGRAMS
Veteran/Armed Forces PEER Support & *First Responders PEER Support Meetings
Two DIFFERENT Outreaches are available for our Local Heroes (Listed below)
1.) M.A.S.H. Veteran/Armed Forces Peer Support & *First Responders Support Meetings - Men only/Women only
Welcoming the Veteran/Military Personnel Community & the *First Responders Community suffering from PTSD (directly or indirectly).
Sharing your story or simply finding comfort with others may help with your own recovery.
Topics of discussion:
PTSD Post Traumatic Stress Disorder
death of a loved one
dealing with the holidays
*M.A.S.H. is now offering meetings to the First Responders Community - police, firefighters, ambulance crew, physicians & nurses, paramedics, and disaster workers.
May 27; June 24; July 22
Location: M.A.S.H. Pantry Delaware, Ohio
222 E. William Street, Delaware, Ohio 43015
4rd Monday each Month
Men only (5:30 - 6:45 pm), Women only (7:00 - 8:15 pm)
May 10; June 14; July 12
Location: Columbus Metropolitan Library (Livingston Branch)
3434 E. Livingston Ave., Columbus, Ohio 43227
2nd Friday each Month
Men (10-11:15 am), Women (11: 30 -12:45 pm)
June 28; July 26; Aug 23
Location: Stockhands Horses for Healing
3788 Olentangy River Rd, Delaware, Ohio 43015
4th Friday each month
1:00 - 2:30 pm - Open to Men/Women
2.) Alternative Therapy for PTSD AND STRESS Recovery
The Alternative therapy program will offer a variety of workshops to recover from PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder), depression, anxiety, etc.
Workshops: (Click on links below for more details)
Meditation (finding inner peace through thought)
Yoga (specific bodily posture for health and relaxation)
Therapeutic Laughter Yoga (humor helps relieve stress and pain)
Brain Gym (right brain/left brain- crossing over the bodies midline - right to left/left to right - the hemispheres of the brain are activated which improves communication and relaxation throughout the body)
EFT - Emotional Freedom Technique (tapping meridian points - releasing energy blockages that cause ‘negative emotions’), etc.
**** Sessions will resume in 2019 ****