Warrior Salute, a service of CDS Monarch, will be hosting a Serve. Honor. Support. Symposium Kickoff Event on Tuesday, August 20th from 5:00pm-7:00pm at the Wolf Life Transitions Center in Webster (860 Hard Road). This free event will provide more information about an upcoming symposium in October, offering innovative approaches to help Veterans with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) to regain their lives. Tours of the Warrior Salute program will be available and light refreshments will be served.

"Rochester has proven itself to be a Veteran-friendly community. By hosting this kickoff event we are hoping to increase awareness about the supports available to Veterans and their families, such as Warrior Salute and the Serve. Honor. Support. Symposium. These services and events will also help us to further educate our community about the ways they can support Veterans who may be struggling with PTSD or a Traumatic Brain Injury," stated Sankar Sewnauth, CDS Monarch President/CEO.

The "Serve. Honor. Support." Symposium, to be held at Monroe Community College on October 2nd, will bring together the experiences of Veterans and families, with the expertise of clinical staff specializing in Veteran treatment, and Dr. Charles Hoge, a retired U.S. Army Veteran and author of "Once a Warrior, Always a Warrior." This is a progressive outreach initiative offering not only guidance for our Veterans, but creating a community of care for our servicemen and women, their families, and their caregivers
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