St. Clement’s Veteran Ministry is partnering with 4 Paws 2 Freedom to create the Moral Injury Project
Moral Injury is what results when one feels they have violated their conscience or moral compass by perpetrating, witnessing or failing to prevent an act that violates their own beliefs, values or ethical code of conduct.
The goal of the Veteran Ministry at St. Clement’s Episcopal Church is to create a safe space for veterans to worship and heal and to educate the community about the struggle with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI), Military Sexual Trauma (MST) and Moral Injury, that are common after Veterans return from war.
4 Paws 2 Freedom Staff
Tim Tribble – Board Chair
Terry Sandhoff – Program Director/Master Service Dog Trainer
Sharon Burke-Polano – Secretary
Myra Muhammad – Treasurer
Linda Grindstaff – Fundraising
Carolyn Pile – Office Staff
Diane Hill – Admissions Coordinator
Yvette Teves – Administrative
Myra Muhammad – Human Resources
Steven Barnett – Service Dog Trainer
Amanda Clover – Service Dog Trainer
2376 Zinfandel Dr.
Rancho Cordova, California 95670
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