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Jeremy Tindell

Jeremy Tindell

“MVP has allowed me to verbalize my story, tell people what I’ve done in my military career, even when I’ve been apprehensive about talking about it, and has advanced my speaking skills.”

Roy Flores

Roy Flores

“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.” 

Alicia Wadington

Alicia Wadington

“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.”

Bobby Wise

Bobby Wise

“A lot of people don’t like to talk about their military service for a variety of reasons—possibly because of survivor guilt, showing signs of weakness or feeling guilty for never firing their gun. Emotional trauma doesn’t go away until you process it and you can’t process it until you talk about it, and if you don’t talk about it, it’ll just fester.”