ABOUT

Healing Household 6 is a proud recipient of the 2019 Congressional Medal of Honor Society Community Service Hero Award for the unique services provided to our nations wounded, ill, and injured families. Our team consists of caregivers, veterans, widows, and active duty spouses with unique experiences throughout all military branches to provide our clients and peer support group members during their most stressful life events. We take pride in the discrete services we offer for families during times of crisis, and we are thankful that we are entrusted to assist their families through sensitive situations. Our volunteers are committed to a variety of efforts that impact the wellbeing of our nation’s bravest families. These topics include family/relationship violence, marital discord, parenting after combat, food insecurity, spouse employment and licensure barriers, suicide prevention/intervention, TBI and CTE education/treatment, substance abuse, veteran benefits, and Veteran Treatment Courts. We serve on a variety of committees that enhance our collaborative efforts to meet the needs of family’s past, present, and future.

our partnerships

STAFF DIRECTORY

Active Duty Spouse Support:
Alyss Monroe
Communications:
Diana Rimer
Clothing, Household Goods, & Toiletries:
Assistant Resource Coordinator
Dawn Putnam
Food & Shelter:
Assistant Resource Coordinator
Heather Bawden
Membership Coordinator
Tina Kausek
VBA, VHA, and Survivor Policy:
Scarlett Caudill
Family Support Coordinator:
Autumn Negron
General Resources:
Resource Coordinator
Jamie L. Pope
Intimate Partner Violence, Partnerships, & Press:
Assistant Director
Megan Morseth
Intimate Partner Violence, Advocacy, & Press:
Executive Director
Lisa Colella

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  1. […] Healing Household 6 (HH6) connects caregivers of American veterans with the essential resources needed to strengthen the family support foundation. Their goal is to build resilient households by focusing on the wellbeing of the whole family, helping alleviate household tension, and empowering caregivers and children. They offer programs for domestic violence assistance, emergency financial assistance, and peer support for caregivers of wounded warriors. They also partner with other organizations to provide services and retreats to children of wounded warriors. […]