Every 72 minutes, a Veteran loses the will to live.It’s time to end the epidemic of Veteran Suicides.
REBUILDING HOME: Moral Injury to Soul Repair
An interactive performance fostering healthy communication + support for military members, veterans, families, and friends
REBUILDING HOME is a performance with guided conversations that shines a spotlight on the signs and symptoms of moral injury and offers support to help veterans and families re-build a healthy home-life.
Serving in the U.S. Military is honorable and praise-worthy. Unfortunately, many come home with invisible wounds that leave them deeply conflicted by experiences contrary to their moral beliefs. Moral injuries from war can result in depression and guilt that destroy health and home. In fact, many clinicians have concluded that moral injury is a greater factor in veterans’ mental health than PTSD. REBUILDING HOME is designed to support and serve the needs of veterans and families challenged by moral injury.
Walk-ins welcome. RSVPs requested www.spiritandplace.org
This special presentation of our award-winning PICTURE THIS process offers:
- Inspiring words of support.
- Scenes performed by professional actors with opportunities to talk to the characters about what’s going on.
- Simple breathing and yoga techniques that can help reduce stress and anxiety.
- Ongoing resources and support.
- Military chaplains, counselors and clergy of multiple faiths present as “Listeners” to assist struggling audience members.
- Judgment-free zone with others who can relate.
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FREE at the 2016 Spirit & Place Festival
Thursday, November 10, 2016
2 Performances: 13:00-14:30 & 18:00-19:30
The Athenaeum Auditorium:
401 E. Michigan St.
Indianapolis, IN 46204
The Athenaeum Auditorium
PLEASE HELP US serve those who have served our country.
The Sapphire is helping soldiers and families re-build peaceful homes by offering this program FREE OF CHARGE. Our pilot production of REBUILDING HOME: Moral Injury to Soul Repair will take place at the 2016 Spirit & Place Festival. And we have plans for ongoing productions to continue serving the needs of service men and women in Indiana. To do so, we need your help. Please fill out the following information and areas of support.