Caring for military personnel, veterans, and their families
291 Clear Sky Court, Suite D, Clarksville, TN 37043
Phone: (931) 553-6981
22 VETERAN SUICIDES EACH DAY
SOLDIER CENTER IS COMMITTED TO BE THERE FOR OUR VETS!
J.P. Cormier sings in tribute to veterans who continue to live with the war after coming home.
A confidential place where military personnel, veterans, and families
find help for life's challenges. We specialize in providing treatment
for individual, couple and family therapy. For military personnel we provide
treatment for combat related issues which often create
nightmares, flashbacks, hypervigilance (on-guard all the time),
and reactivity to sights, sounds, and smells. We help people reclaim
We care about families
The demands of military life have been demanding on families - our
marriages and children. The staff at SOLDIER CENTER provide
therapy, classes and couples' retreats to deal with specific issues
most people face. We provide seminars and retreats on understanding
posttraumatic stress and living with traumatic brain injury (TBI). Our
staff works with children as they adjust to life's challenges. If you have
further questions please inquire with our admin staff or therapists.
Military Sexual Assault
Military sexual assault (MSA) happens to both men and women in the
- One in three females serving in the military have encountered MSA.
- 79% of females serving in the military since Vietnam
report sexual harassment.
Soldier Center provides treatment which allows veterans suffering from MSA to recover their lives. The treatment is effective and accelerated so clients can be treated once a week or once or twice a day (depending on availability) to resolve their trauma in a timely, effective manner. Contact SOLDIER CENTER (931) 551-6173 for further information. Our services are confidential; our staff understands.
Soldier Center joins with the Montgomery County Veterans
Treatment Court to provide treatment for veterans with PTSD who
are in the court system in part due to their service related mental
health issues and deemed candidates for treatment
rather than jail.