“MVP has been monumental and instrumental to my transition. The morals, values, ethics, and optics that we have from our service and in MVP are of a different caliber than most people would not relate to or understand, but in a positive and powerful way.”
“I suffer from PTSD. At MVP meetings we’re sharing and I know I’m not the only person dealing with these things. I’m lucky to have a safe place to talk, and I’m grateful for that.”
“MVP has helped me find my genuine self again, a new purpose and MVP will help guide me to the next stage in life—I am not alone. No more hesitating.”
“ Knowing that I had the same transition issues when leaving the service, I wanted to see if the program would help me too.”
"It's okay to cry, to reach out for help and support from your battle buddies, the VA, and other family and friends. Remember you're not alone and you're not broken."
“As a veteran who finally started working through his transition, he found MVP a place where he could let out his frustration on the bags and mats, have positive conversations in the fireside chats while simultaneously encouraging those who were just starting their transition.”
“MVP reminds me of who I was and who I can still be. I have a strong support system now that has taught me life goes on.”