One in Five

The Rand Corporation, in a report issued in 2010, found that one in five veterans from the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan suffer from either post-traumatic stress or depression.

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Read Founder Jeff Key's own story of how creativity healed him.

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Veteran Retreats

Mehadi Foundation RetreatsMehadi Foundation retreats allow veterans to experience peer support and creativity as a healing practice.*

The duration of each retreat is a long weekend, and is a gathering of about thirty veterans who are diverse in terms of race, age, gender, and gender identity. Veterans are provided with housing, food, tools and materials, and travel to retreats at various locations throughout the nation.

The daily schedule at each retreat includes writing and performance art workshops, as well as tactile arts such as sculpture workshops that are led by Jeff Key and other veterans. Practices that incorporate Native American spirituality as well as traditions surrounding the warrior are taught, in addition to meditation techniques.

Time is also spent on building veteran-to-veteran relationships that are meant to continue after the retreat has ended. Veterans share a frame of reference, and peer support is intended to enable listening, not the giving of advice.

> Read a retreat attendee's testimonial

Our goal is to have a retreat once a month, and to train other veterans to lead retreats.

Retreats can be tailored to meet the needs of your veterans' organization or individual veterans.

For information about developing a retreat for your group or for information about upcoming retreats, please This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

 

* If veterans are able to get mental health care elsewhere — through the VA, for instance — by all means, they should use it. These retreats are meant to serve as a supplement.

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The Mehadi Foundation takes no political stance and does not wish to engage in any controversy. Our singular focus is to keep attention on the human face of war, and do what we can to help.

The Mehadi Foundation is an IRS-designated 501(c)(3) charity and was founded by Lance Corporal Jeff Key, USMC, a veteran of Operation Iraqi Freedom. All donations are 100% tax deductible.

 

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