Resources for Veterans
Veterans Stronger Together
Supporting Each Other
All Veterans are Welcome
You are Not Alone
If you are a veteran suffering with PTSD, any sort of substance abuse, readjusting in the civilian world, or if you are a veteran who can help those still struggling, please visit to share your experience, strength, and hope.
All meetings and other veteran activities at New Freedom Farm are free.
Attendance of all meetings is confidential and your anonymity is respected amongst veterans attending.
Meetings will be held every Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday, regardless of weather – meeting times are as follows:
NOTE: On Wednesdays, we hold two separate meetings – one for veterans only, and one for supporters, caregivers, and volunteers of the veteran.
Transportation is available. Please call 540-855-1158 if you need transportation to a meeting.
Please note, this is a peer-to-peer support group. There are no counselors in attendance. If you feel in danger of hurting yourself or others, please call 911 or go to the local emergency room.
Links and Information
Whether you want to give your first meeting a try, want to find a different meeting, or want to plan meetings while you’re traveling, the AA website has the resources needed to find a meeting anywhere. The website also offers the Big Book and other literature online for free for use any time.
Whether you want to give your first meeting a try, want to find a different meeting, or want to plan meetings while you’re traveling, the NA website has the resources needed to find a meeting anywhere. The website also offers free literature available any time.
Pleural Mesothelioma Center
Pleural mesothelioma affects veterans at a disproportionate rate compared to the general public. Military asbestos exposure used to be a common and uncontrolled hazard for service members. Veterans with service-connected mesothelioma can file a VA claim for health care and disability compensation. Click here to learn more.