There is no cost to deployed service members or combat veterans and their spouse . Travel (air fare and ground transportation), lodging and meals are paid through private donations to the Military, Veteran and Family Assistance Foundation.
Michael J. Wagner, Ph.D., Colonel (Retired) USARRetreats for the Reintegration of the Family
Executive Director and Chairman
Director, Medical Family Assistance Center, Walter Reed Army Medical Center; Serves on policy committees and working groups to develop assistance services for the wounded and their families; Doctorate in Educational Psychology, (minor in Management and Policy); Masters in Counseling; Fifteen years professional experience as a development and project manager, eighteen years in research, and five years as a counselor; Internationally recognized author; Colonel, US Army Retired Reserves Medical Service Corps; Served as operations officer, US Army Office of the Surgeon General.
The Phoenix Project retreat provides information and training regarding the effects of combat and the reintegration into the family and community upon return from deployment. In addition, it provides relaxation and the opportunity for couples to regroup and reconnect after separation due to their service.
Attention returning combat veterans
There are still spaces available for the November & December, 2006 Retreats
You can attend the
Phoenix Project Retreat.
For more information please send email to:
Fax application to: