Veterans Equine Retreat at the Farm

Veterans Equine Retreat at the Farm

Join Project New Hope Inc. and spend each Friday afternoon in July at Cardinal Ridge Equestrian Center in Oxford, MA engaging in equine assisted learning activities. The team is skilled in collaborating with Veterans and the issues they face.

Participants will spend each Friday building relationships with horses. Learning to brush, lead, and ride horses. The goal to ride independently by the last night. Dinner will be provided either inside or out. Demonstration will be given of show jumping.

SPACE IS LIMITED – REGISTER TODAY!
This retreat is for individual Veteran’s and/or couples.  No children.

Please send questions to Susan Wilder at smwilder@projectnewhopema.org or call 508-762-9738.

  • July 8th, 15th, 22nd & 29th from 4-9PM
  • Cardinal Ridge Equestrian Center
    31 Ennis Rd
    Oxford, MA
  • Sponsor:
    The Botanist

182nd Infantry Regiment Afghanistan Deployment 2011-2012

182nd Infantry Regiment Afghanistan Deployment 2011-2012

How Did the Retreat Go?

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The 1st Battalion, 182nd Infantry Regiment deployed five (5) companies and a Battalion Headquarters throughout Afghanistan from March 2011-2012. During that time Soldiers within the platoons throughout the 182nd Infantry greatly contributed to an entire generation of Afghans understanding of real freedom and security that we provided them. Your contributions 11 years ago are some of the most important that you’ll ever have and are still very much appreciated. This reunion is for all of you regardless of what company or platoon you were in. Grab your battle buddies and show up. Those that have been attending throughout the years are reestablishing friendships and building new ones with like-minded people that did what you did.

  • The entire facility is reserved from Friday, September 30, 2022 beginning at 3:00 PM until Sunday, October 2, 2022 at 10:00 AM.
  • Feel free to take your significant other and children. Those traveling or wish to stay the whole weekend or just part of it can check-in Friday at 3:00 PM
  • Individuals just attending the reunion portion can arrive Saturday, October 1, 2022, from 2:00 PM until 9:00 PM.
  • Children activities will take place in the Gymnasium from 1400 to 1800 and join parents for Supper Saturday evening.
  • Everyone has to Register by September 17th, 2022 for Food ordering and logistics.

We’ve reserved plenty of exciting and relaxing activities like Pontoon Boat Rides, indoor rock climbing, biking, fishing, hiking, or chilling on the beach by the fire pit.

A $50 fee/per person, $100/couple will be required at time of registration and will be refunded a week after completion of the retreat. If you cancel 2 weeks or less leading up to retreat, are a no-show or leave before the completion of Retreat your Deposit will not be refunded. Our retreats are 100% drug and alcohol free.

Lodging, meals, and activities are provided at no cost, but participants must arrange their own transportation to and from Grotonwood in Groton, Mass.

Please send questions to Sue at smwilder@projectnewhopema.org or call 508-762-9738

Retreat registration closes two weeks prior to the start date.

Proof of Military Service (no exceptions). Military ID, DD-214, VA Health Care Card or Driver’s License with “Veteran” on license will be required before attending retreat.

Mail, fax or email Proof of Military Service.
Project New Hope Inc.
70 James Street, Suite 129A
Worcester, MA 01603
Fax: 508-304-9245
dmoore@projectnewhopema.org

  • Sept 30 – Oct 2, 2022
  • Grotonwood Conference Center
    167 Prescott Street
    Groton, MA 01450

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Veterans Mindfulness Meditation Retreat for Military/Veterans and their significant other

Veterans Mindfulness Meditation Retreat for Military/Veterans and their significant other

How Did the Retreat Go?

Testimonials

This is my first retreat with Project New Hope Inc. Donna, Bill and staff made us feel right at home. We look forward to the next retreat. Great people, Great times.

I am always appreciative of the healing methods and retreats provided by Project New Hope Inc. I look forward to possibly returning to another one for women Veterans. Keep up the great work.

This experience was enriching as I learned new ways to cope with stress and my inability to concentrate at times.

This was my first retreat with Project New Hope Inc., and it was amazing. It allowed me to relax and enjoy myself again. I now know the full power and benefit of meditation. I also no longer feel alone in the world. The Project New Hope staff did a phenomenal job.

Thank you, Project New Hope for offering alternatives to assist with Mental Health. The timing was right, and the number of days were perfect.

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Registrations are now closed

Living at Peace with our Un-peacefulness.

Post Traumatic Stress, Military and combat trauma are more than just a set of psychological symptoms, such as sleeplessness, anxiety, and depression. The more fundamental injuries are moral and spiritual in nature. Mindfulness-Meditation provides a road map that can support the practitioner in navigating a road to living at peace with un-peacefulness.

In this retreat we will learn meditation practices that are rooted in our daily life activities. These meditation practices can support us in coming to terms with the emotional, spiritual, and moral wounds of our training and combat services. Hundreds of Veterans have found these retreats invaluable in discovering how to live at peace with our un-peacefulness.

In Vietnam Claude AnShin Thomas, native of Pennsylvania, survived as a helicopter crew chief being shot down five times. On the fifth occasion, in mid-1967, he was shot down in the Mekong Delta. The pilot and commander were killed, and the gunner and Thomas were wounded. Thomas received 25 Air Medals, the equivalent of 625 combat hours, and 625 combat missions. Thomas also received the Distinguished Flying Cross and the Purple Heart.

1995 Claude AnShin Thomas became fully ordained as a Zen Buddhist in the Japanese Soto Zen tradition. He is the author of AT HELL’S GATE: A Soldier’s Journey from War to Peace (Shambhala 2004) and Bringing Meditation to Life (Oakwood Publishing, 2021). He has taken vows of mendicancy, meaning that he is reliant on the generosity of others for his sustenance. He has no permanent home but serves others through almost constant travel. So, the years and months of COVID have provided quite some challenges to this lifestyle.

A $50 fee/per person, $100/couple will be required at time of registration and will be refunded a week after completion of the retreat. If you cancel 2 weeks or less leading up to retreat, are a no-show or leave before the completion of Retreat your Deposit will not be refunded. Our retreats are 100% drug and alcohol free.

Lodging, meals, and activities are provided at no cost, but participants must arrange their own transportation to and from Grotonwood in Groton, Mass. Check-in 3:00 PM.

Please send questions to Sue at smwilder@projectnewhopema.org or call 508-762-9738

Retreat registration closes two weeks prior to the start date.

Proof of Military Service (no exceptions). Military ID, DD-214, VA Health Care Card or Driver’s License with “Veteran” on license will be required before attending retreat.

Mail, fax or email Proof of Military Service.
Project New Hope Inc.
70 James Street, Suite 129A
Worcester, MA 01603
Fax: 508-304-9245
dmoore@projectnewhopema.org

  • May 20 – 22, 2022
  • Grotonwood Conference Center
    167 Prescott Street
    Groton, MA 01450
  • Presenter:
    Claude AnShin Thomas
    United States Army

Post Traumatic Stress Veterans Retreat

Post Traumatic Stress Veterans Retreat

How Did the Retreat Go?

I really enjoyed this retreat. I needed it more than I realized. I am so glad that I didn’t cancel and stuck to my commitment. It was my first, but it won’t be my last. Thank you.

Getting re-charged with Ladder Up is why I attend-mission accomplished. Well worth the time and effort. Staff and presenters were awesome as always. New friendships formed as well; this week was much appreciated as always.

Best thing I have done in a very long time. Bill & Donna are awesome people. Also, the rest of the staff were great. Would like to see a couple of things after dinner, from 6:30PM on it’s very slow. Some sort of group activity would be great. Again, totally awesome experience. Thank you.

This is my first time doing anything like this. And I really enjoyed it. Met some great people and had a wonderful time.

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This Retreat is now full

This retreat is for individual Veterans and/or Couples

Escape the darkness of PTS and other life struggles with a clear goal and a solid plan. This Ladder UPP retreat will help you figure out where you are going and how to use your traumas and trials as fuel to live.

You will learn tools for recovery, PTS, and depression, or just a difficult trial or transition in life. Join us on this weeklong retreat in beautiful Maine and take a step towards living free. “The Ladder UPP” is a data-driven program and has been proven effective and might just be the step up you need. Thankfully, he found his “reason to live” and the journey has continued. Wherever you are at, welcome to this retreat.

Then challenge yourself by taking part in exciting and relaxing activities on the 133 acres of property, walk down to the beach (just 3 blocks away) and enjoy the sunrise. Head out to the observation deck and watch the birds and other wildlife. Sit around a campfire and roast marshmallows and enjoy each other’s company. Wellness activities like hiking, yoga, reflexology, massage, reiki, IET, Mindfulness to name a few.

Learn more about Silouan and “The Ladder UPP” at www.silouan.com.

A $50 fee/per person, $100/couple will be required at time of registration and will be refunded a week after completion of the retreat. If you cancel 2 weeks or less leading up to retreat, are a no-show or leave before the completion of Retreat your Deposit will not be refunded. Our retreats are 100% drug and alcohol free.

Lodging, meals, and activities are provided at no cost, but participants must arrange their own transportation to and from Oceanwood Conference Center. Check-in 3:00 PM.

Please send questions to Sue at smwilder@projectnewhopema.org or call 508-762-9738

Retreat registration closes two weeks prior to the start date.

Proof of Military Service (no exceptions). Military ID, DD-214, VA Health Care Card or Driver’s License with “Veteran” on license will be required before attending retreat.

Mail, fax or email Proof of Military Service.
Project New Hope Inc.
70 James Street, Suite 129A
Worcester, MA 01603
Fax: 508-304-9245
dmoore@projectnewhopema.org


PTSD Veterans Retreat
in partnership with
United Way

  • June 19 – 24, 2022
  • Oceanwood Conference Center
    17 Royal Street
    Old Orchard Beach, ME 04063
  • Presenter:
    Silouan Green
    Creator of “The Ladder UPP” program

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Women Veterans Retreat

Women Veterans Retreat

How Did the Retreat Go?

This is an action filled weekend that encourages participants to partake as they see fit. Physical accommodations allow all levels of fitness to be engaged. Presenter delivered the material in an understandable friendly manner. The flow of activities and the time allotted was adequate. I recommend this retreat.

-DD

Caisse, retreat host was gracious, kind, fun and helpful.

Wonderful program. Will brag about retreat to others. Thank you for all your help and support.

-Paula

Richard delivered the material in an understandable friendly manner.

An Awesome Journey. Thank you.

-Gwendolyn

All the volunteers, accommodations and food were wonderful! Staff were so warm, loving and a perfect addition to the experience.

This retreat was my first and I truly learned a lot and enjoyed everything and everyone. Taniki was excellent and gave me insight on some things.

-Yvonne

I enjoyed this retreat; I am grateful for Project New Hope, and everyone involved in the worthwhile cause. I have received support with my stress issues through Reiki, Yoga, and Bill, you “rock man” you made everyone feel special and I thank you!! Blessings to all of you.

I totally enjoyed myself. The staff was wonderful, helpful, and sincere. They were relentless in ensuring all our needs were met while in attendance. I would recommend for other woman vets.

-Carolyn

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Attention ALL Women Veterans!

Please join us for a weekend of fellowship, camaraderie, and informational workshops by, for, and about women Veterans—and the issues that matter and impact them directly.

Taniki Richard is an 11-year USMC Retired Veteran. Taniki’s company book, ‘Principles for Change: 3 Keys to Overcome Trauma from His and Hers Perspectives’ supports Survivors of abuse in how to overpower trauma. Featured on the cover of Homeland Veterans Magazine, and her success story of healing and mental wellness headlined on Yahoo News; the 2020 Virginia Women Veterans Trailblazer of the Year Awardee, and recipient of several community awards, Taniki never takes a day for granted. Focused on uplifting others.

Taniki supported many of her brothers and sisters in arms as the command Suicide Prevention Facilitator and Sexual Assault Advocate. She was medically retired after suffering Post-Traumatic Stress from a combination of Military sexual assault and combat in Iraq. After her Military service, Taniki reinvented herself.

Due to the Extreme Popularity of this event, Registrations are accepted on a First Come, First Served Basis. This event fills extremely quickly! We are unable to reserve rooms / beds, even if you noted a roommate preference. It is suggested attendees submit their registrations together to ensure roommate choice.

Meals, Workshops and Wellness Clinic at:
Clear Path for Veterans New England
84 Antietam St
Devens, MA 01434

A $50 fee will be required at registration, and will be fully refunded at the completion of the retreat. Our retreats are 100% drug and alcohol free. All lodging, meals and activities are provided to Veterans free of charge. Transportation to or from retreat not included.

Retreat registration closes two weeks prior to the start date.

Proof of Military Service (no exceptions). Military ID, DD-214, VA Health Care Card or Driver’s License with “Veteran” on license will be required before attending retreat.

Mail, fax or email Proof of Military Service.
Project New Hope Inc.
70 James Street, Suite 129A
Worcester, MA 01603
Fax: 508-304-9245
dmoore@projectnewhopema.org

  • September 24 – 26, 2021
  • Hilton Garden Inn
    59 Andrews Parkway
    Devens, MA
  • Presenter:
    Taniki Richard
    USMC Retired Veteran

Couples Retreat

Couples Retreat for Veterans and Active Military Couples

How Did the Retreat Go?

Loved the Couple’s Retreat and the location was wonderful

Thank you, for this retreat and the sessions were very helpful. All the staff were friendly and helpful.

The retreat was awesome, Bill & Donna were great hosts and they made us feel very comfortable and we would definitely come back

The workshops were most beneficial and Yoga was so great to include.

Bill & Donna! You two are a wonderful “Power Couple” thank you for your love and energy you put into us veterans. God Speed

Food was good and thank you for the healthy choices.

You guys were Amazing, definitely looking forward to future retreats.

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Workshops will focus on deepening connection in both challenging and happy times through improved communication skills, greater empathy and understanding, and harnessing differences to transform the way couples approach conflict. Sessions will include skills for: Strengthening the Relationship, Effective Communication & Conflict Transformation

These sessions will be taught by Jennifer Baublitz, MA/CAGS, of the Brookfield Institute. Jennifer Baublitz is a Military spouse of more than 18 years, and Executive Director of the Brookfield Institute in Ware Massachusetts, an organization dedicated to building resilience in service members, Veterans, and their families to combat the causes and impact of Veteran suicide. She is also an adjunct professor at Assumption University where she received her Master of Arts Degree in School Counseling as well as her Continued Advanced Graduate Degree in Resilience for the Helping Professional, and currently teaches courses in Positive Psychology, School Counseling, and Building Resilience for Service Members, Veterans, and their Families. Early in her career, Jennifer served as a classroom teacher and behavior interventionist, however, it was her experience as a Military spouse coupled with her background in mental health and family supports, that served as the catalyst for her shift from public education towards working with non-profit organizations serving Military and Veteran families. In her various roles in education and the non-profit sector, Jennifer has delivered programming in a variety of settings around building resilience for individuals, families, and communities.

A $50 fee will be required at registration, and will be fully refunded at the completion of the retreat. Our retreats are 100% drug and alcohol free. All lodging, meals and activities are provided to Veterans free of charge. Transportation to or from retreat not included.

Retreat registration closes two weeks prior to the start date.

Proof of Military Service (no exceptions). Military ID, DD-214, VA Health Care Card or Driver’s License with “Veteran” on license will be required before attending retreat.

Mail, fax or email Proof of Military Service.
Project New Hope Inc.
70 James Street, Suite 129A
Worcester, MA 01603
Fax: 508-304-9245
dmoore@projectnewhopema.org

  • July 18 – 23, 2021
  • Oceanwood Conference Center
    17 Royal Street
    Old Orchard Beach, ME 04063
  • Presenter:
    Jennifer Baublitz
    Brookfield Institute

1-182 Infantry Regiment 2011-2012 Afghanistan Deployment Reunion

10 Year Anniversary

1-182 Infantry Regiment 2011-2012 Afghanistan Deployment Reunion

How Did the Retreat Go?

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Saturday Reunion 1200-2100hrs Rain or Shine
Accommodations onsite for those travelling a great distance.
Significant Other Welcome
No Children Please
Archery / Rock Climbing Wall
Fishing / Fire Pit / Beach
Toast our Fallen.

A $50 fee will be required at registration, and will be fully refunded at the completion of the retreat. Our retreats are 100% drug and alcohol free. All lodging, meals and activities are provided to Veterans free of charge. Transportation to or from retreat not included.

Retreat registration closes two weeks prior to the start date.

Proof of Military Service (no exceptions). Military ID, DD-214, VA Health Care Card or Driver’s License with “Veteran” on license will be required before attending retreat.

Mail, fax or email Proof of Military Service.
Project New Hope Inc.
70 James Street, Suite 129A
Worcester, MA 01603
Fax: 508-304-9245
dmoore@projectnewhopema.org

  • October 1 – 3, 2021
  • Grotonwood Conference Center
    167 Prescott Street
    Groton, MA 01450

Caregivers Retreat

Caregivers Retreat

Postponed until 2022

This retreat is only for the Military/Veteran Caregiver only

A caregiver can be the spouses, parents, family members and friends who care for America’s wounded, ill or injured Veterans. An interactive and immersive layered session that explores creative approaches to self-care strategies, resiliency awareness, and supportive resources to develop and implement ways to overcome adversity.

The Workshops will provide Military and Veteran caregivers the tools and support they need to explore helpful strategies to develop, implement, and maintain self-care to gain balance of mind, body, and soul.

  • Engage in meaningful dialog that fosters collaboration and teamwork to help each other excel in caregiver skills and techniques.
  • Learn about supportive resources (respite care programs) to increase caregiver opportunities.
  • Gain a better understanding of self-care, resiliency, and overcoming adversity, which is important to building a positive legacy.
  • Participate in workshop exercises to increase self-awareness.

Jennifer Foxworthy was born and raised in York, Pennsylvania. Jennifer Foxworthy graduated high school in 1991, and then embarked on a journey that would lead her into an illustrious career serving in the United States Navy. Jennifer served her country proudly for 21 years (September 23, 1991, to April 30, 2013) retiring as a Chief Petty Officer.

A $50 fee/per person, will be required at time of registration and will be refunded a week after completion of the retreat. If you cancel 2 weeks or less leading up to retreat, are a no-show or leave before the completion of Retreat your Deposit will not be refunded. Our retreats are 100% drug and alcohol free.

Lodging, meals, and activities are provided at no cost, but participants must arrange their own transportation to and from Oceanwood Conference Center. Check-in 3:00 PM.

Please send questions to Sue at smwilder@projectnewhopema.org or call 508-762-9738

Retreat registration closes two weeks prior to the start date.

Proof of Military Service (no exceptions). Military ID, DD-214, VA Health Care Card or Driver’s License with “Veteran” on license will be required before attending retreat.

Mail, fax or email Proof of Military Service.
Project New Hope Inc.
70 James Street, Suite 129A
Worcester, MA 01603
Fax: 508-304-9245
dmoore@projectnewhopema.org

  • August 21 – 26, 2022
  • Oceanwood Conference Center
    17 Royal Street
    Ocean Park, ME 04063
  • Presenter:
    Jennifer Foxworthy
    United States Navy

PTSD Veterans Retreat

PTSD Veterans Retreat

How Did the Retreat Go?

“This was my first retreat,  I am so happy I came. I learned a lot of different ways of coping. The staff was amazing, helpful and friendly. I defiantly made friends while I was her.! I can’t wait to come back next year!”

-Kristine K.

“The retreat was eye opening and the staff is first rate. I especially thought Silhoun Green was a great motivational speaker . His workbook has a lot of great suggestions, that are doable and practical.”

-Anthony S.

“This is my third retreat and words cannot describe how beneficial these retreats have been for my PTSD and my soul. I love the friendships that we get to build. Thank you Project New Hope.”

-JV

“Donna, Silhoun, Jessica, Sue, Christine, the masseuse, the kitchen staff all did a magnificent job. But the award for best host of the retreat goes to Ann and Nick! They took excellent care of all of us!! Kudos to Bill and Project New Hope for providing a safe space for veterans to meet, share, heal and grow. You are doing God’s work.”

-Portia S.

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This Retreat is now full

This retreat is for individual Veterans and/or Couples

Escape the darkness of PTSD and other life struggles with clear goals and a solid plan. This Ladder UPP retreat will help you figure out where you are going and how to use your traumas and trials as fuel to live.

You will learn tools for recovery, PTSD and depression, or just a difficult trial or transition in life. Join us on this retreat and take a step toward living free. “The Ladder UPP” is a data-driven program and has been proven effective and might just be the step up you need.

The creator of “The Ladder UPP”, Silouan Green, survived a tragic jet crash as a US Marine only to face the demons of PTSD and a whole host of other medical conditions. Shattered and hopeless, staring into the abyss, he was given a choice, continue down the same devastating path, or live free. He chose to live free.

Learn more about Silouan and “The Ladder UPP” at www.silouan.com.

A $50 fee will be required at registration, and will be fully refunded at the completion of the retreat. Our retreats are 100% drug and alcohol free. All lodging, meals and activities are provided to Veterans free of charge. Transportation to or from retreat not included.

Retreat registration closes two weeks prior to the start date.

Proof of Military Service (no exceptions). Military ID, DD-214, VA Health Care Card or Driver’s License with “Veteran” on license will be required before attending retreat.

Mail, fax or email Proof of Military Service.
Project New Hope Inc.
70 James Street, Suite 129A
Worcester, MA 01603
Fax: 508-304-9245
dmoore@projectnewhopema.org


PTSD Veterans Retreat
in partnership with
Freedom Team Inc.

  • Aug 29 – Sept 4, 2021
  • Oceanwood Conference Center
    17 Royal Street
    Old Orchard Beach, ME 04063
  • Presenter:
    Silouan Green
    Creator of “The Ladder UPP” program

LGBTQ Retreat for Veterans and Active Military

LGBTQ Retreat for Veterans and Active Military

How Did the Retreat Go?

Like many Veterans, I have carried myself fragmented, only presenting the pieces of me that did not challenge those around me – effectively hiding mind injuries of war, as a trade-off deepening my emotional wounds. At the Project New Hope retreat, all “pieces” of, the good ones, which are often praised, the bad ones, which I usually keep hidden in fear of reproach, were welcomed. Throughout a weekend, twelve individuals, with only one commonality, our military service, became a community. In health and resilience, USAF Veteran

Hi, my name is Mitchell. I am a busy aunt, mother, cat mom, and Veteran with PTSD. At first, I told myself I am too busy to attend Project New Hope’s retreat and my family needs me. Then I started to feel stress and my body and mind said, “you need to go to this retreat.” So, I went to the retreat and when I got to the Grotonwood campus, I instantly felt the tension in my body start to relax. I met individuals of like mind who accepted me as I am. I participated in Alternative Therapies and felt like I was on cloud nine after yoga, Acupuncture, and reiki. The Project New Hope retreat weekend dealt with my mind, body, and my soul. I just want to thank Donna, Anne, Bill, and Nick for giving me this time to relax and rejuvenate and learn more about managing my stress levels. I had a wonderful time and I have met the best Veterans here. I cannot wait until next year. Sincerely, Stress-free Mitchell

Extremely fun, met new people, and heard new experiences. Got into new therapy methods.

This is a fantastic experience, and I would like to volunteer for future events as a massage therapist.

This was my first time coming to the retreat and I found it more beneficial than checking myself into the hospital. I was treated as a person and not as a patient with all the alternatives to manage my stress instead of having medication down my throat. It was an honor to donate my deposit rather than get free care from the VA.

The retreat has been enlightening and relaxing. The presentations were well constructed, fun, and engaging.

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Retreat is full

Author, speaker, coach and trainer, Dee Woolridge served over 30 years in the US. Navy where she assisted countless service members, communities, families, and civic organizations. Dee is the founder of The Heart Centered Institute a personal and professional development and training company that focuses on effective communication, positive mindset, and resilience.

Join PNH for a weekend retreat that will teach you how to:

  • Better managing stress
  • Build resiliency
  • Cope with and respond to stressful situations and triggers
  • Social rejection, verbal, and physical bullying.
  • Suicidal idealization and self-harm
  • LGBTQ in the military

Then challenge yourself by taking part in exciting and relaxing activities like indoor rock climbing, hiking, yoga, reflexology, massage, reiki, IET, Mindfulness.

A $50 fee/per person, $100/couple will be required at time of registration and will be refunded a week after completion of the retreat. If you cancel 2 weeks or less leading up to retreat, are a no-show or leave before the completion of Retreat your Deposit will not be refunded. Our retreats are 100% drug and alcohol free.

Lodging, meals, and activities are provided at no cost, but participants must arrange their own transportation to and from Grotonwood in Groton, Mass. Check-in 3:00 PM.

Please send questions to Sue at smwilder@projectnewhopema.org or call 508-762-9738

Retreat registration closes two weeks prior to the start date.

Proof of Military Service (no exceptions). Military ID, DD-214, VA Health Care Card or Driver’s License with “Veteran” on license will be required before attending retreat.

Mail, fax or email Proof of Military Service.
Project New Hope Inc.
70 James Street, Suite 129A
Worcester, MA 01603
Fax: 508-304-9245
dmoore@projectnewhopema.org

  • April 15 – 17, 2022
  • Grotonwood Conference Center
    167 Prescott Street
    Groton, MA 01450
  • Presenter:
    Dee Woolridge
    United States Navy