SERVANT WARRIOR PROGRAM
Your donation saves and transforms the lives of Servant Warriors, our local military, veterans, first responders, and their family members. We heal identity and relationships by bringing people to the Healer.
The Servant Warrior Program assists with suicide prevention and post traumatic growth through a process of healing that has been proven to work. Not only do these men, women and adolescents receive trauma-healing life coaching, they also connect with a network of fellow Servant Warriors for peer support, and they get plugged into their community for healthy re-integration and community engagement.
Healing identity and relationship happens when we come into relationship with the Healer, Jesus Christ. Manifesting that healing happens when we follow Him and obey Him in our relationships with God, self, and others. We cannot heal alone.
With your help, our Servant Warrior program provides one year of the following services, typically two sessions a week, at no cost to the participant:
50 (weekly) trauma healing life coaching sessions with a J. Rapha life coach
a 12-week REBOOT peer support program (with opportunities to become a REBOOT leader)
8 EMDR Sessions with a trusted local faith-based licensed counselor
Community Involvement Opportunities to include up to 32 sessions:
Crossfit, Jui Jitsu, Yoga, Equine Assisted Healing, and more
The Community Involvement aspect of our program is critical to assisting our clients to not only heal mentally, emotionally, and spiritually, but also physically. We've intentionally chosen activities that facilitate specific types of physical movement that help the brain to reset and find balance while including fun and connection. Learning how to do this in an activity empowers and trains them to practice it in all aspects of life.
At this time, due to the design of our program, the Servant Warrior Program is only open to local Servant Warriors - those who live in Spokane County, Washington or Kootenai County, Idaho.
The average cost of treating PTSD for one person is more than $25,000 a year (American Psychological Association, 2023).
Our Servant Warrior Program is only $7,900 for one year. To ensure every Servant Warrior benefits from the entire program every donation given adds to the pool of one individual until that individual's program fee is covered.
Do you want to help save and transform a life? Help us heal identity and relationship by bringing people to the Healer. Your donations enable us, and the rest of the community, to remain with them on their healing journey.
RESPONDING TO THE CALL
Whether they came back from Afghanistan or Germany, Fort Brag or Fairchild Air Force Base, were on a convoy or repairing a jet, they all signed up to serve.
Whether they're spending nights at a fire station, answering emergency calls behind a desk, or on the streets in a car with lights and sirens, they're sacrificing their lives to keep our community safe.
Despite all of the training these men and women get, they're often not trained in the trauma that is probable to result from their service. Additionally, many who serve gain a sense of identity as well as purpose in their calling. When their job changes and they return to civilian life, or when they are injured and unable to continue as planned, many suffer from an identity crisis and their relationships suffer. Their spouses and children are often ill-equipped to navigate the mental and emotional turmoil their loved one goes through as a result.
At J. Rapha Consulting, our heart is to restore identity and relationships. Our military, veterans, first responders and their families deserve to have quality care from their community. It's our honor to not only provide them with discounted rates for life coaching services, but to also bless them with material needs as our funding allows.
OTHER WAYS YOU CAN HELP
The Authentic Living Bible Study meets weekly to study a book in the Bible. Current Needs:
Bibles - New Living Translation, New International Version, English Standard Version, American Standard Bible
Journals (note taking)
Bound Together Book Club meets once a month and uses the discussion around certain books to draw us into conversation and deeper relationship with one another and with Jesus. Approximately six people attend book club each month. Current Needs:
"The Art of Forgiving" by Desmond Tutu (August)
"Walking in the Dust of Rabbi Jesus" by Lois Tverberg (September)
"Anonymous" by Alicia Britt Chole (October)
"Pilgrims Progress" by John Bunyan (November)