Program will assist returning troops Returning troops from Iraq and other wars have a difficult time adjusting to coming home. A program designed to help these families will be presented on Saturday, April 23, from 10 a.m. to noon at the meeting room in the William J. Radigan Fire Hall, 820 N. Dakota Street in Vermillion.
The two-hour program is specifically designed for the military, their families, and community members to promote awareness and understanding of the psychological impact when the troops return home from war. Every family member has changed!
The presenters are Sister Mary Carole Curran, PhD and Dr. Marcie Moran. Both of these presenters have had over 25 years experience in the mental health education. The program is funded by the "Sowing the Seeds of Hope" project and is offered to the community at no cost. All are welcome to attend Veterans of all wars are especially encouraged to come.
The Parish Nurse Ministry of the United Methodist Church and Trinity Lutheran Church in conjunction with Catholic Family Services are sponsoring this event.