We are planning to run at least 20 retreats in 2019. 17 of them are already scheduled and, of these, 11 of them will be run in cooperation with other Veterans Service Organizations. At this time, it is unknown if these retreats will be open to other veterans. More information will be provided here and on our Facebook page when we know it. Here is the list of the 2019 retreats scheduled so far. Note that if the retreat is listed in green, you can click on it to view the flyer for the retreat.
Mon Jan 7 – Thurs Jan 10: Women’s Only Retreat
Tues Feb 26 – Fri Mar 1: Employability Retreat
Fri Mar 8 – Sun Mar 10: Peer-2-Peer Retreat for Clear Path for Veterans New England
Fri Apr 12 – Sun Apr 14: Equine Assisted Learning Retreat
Fri May 3 - Sun May 5: Retreat for Spouses/Caregivers of Disabled Veterans
Fri Aug 23 – Sun Aug 25: Student Veteran Retreat
Fri Oct 18 – Sun Oct 20: Equine Assisted Learning Retreat
Thurs Sept 26 - Sun Sept 29: Couples Retreat
Please Note: The below retreats are not open for applications at this time.
Tues May 14 - Fri May 17: Retreat for Readjustment Counseling Services
Fri Jun 21 – Sun Jun 23: Family Retreat for Wounded Warrior Program
Mon Jun 24 - Thurs Jun 27: Retreat for Readjustment Counseling Services
Fri Jun 28 - Mon Jul 1: Retreat for Readjustment Counseling Services
Mon Jul 22 - Thurs Jul 25: Retreat for Readjustment Counseling Services
Fri Jul 26 - Mon Jul 29: Retreat for Readjustment Counseling Services
Fri Aug 16 – Sun Aug 18: Family Retreat for Wounded Warrior Program
Mon Sep 9 - Thurs Sep 12: Retreat for Readjustment Counseling Services
Fri Sep 13 - Mon Sep 16: Retreat for Readjustment Counseling Services
The PRLI has run 39 Camp Resilience sessions since May 2014 for over 360 veterans from throughout New England. We have created private Facebook groups for the participants of each session that enable them to continue to challenge and support each other after the session and these have been very effective in helping the participants continue to take the steps necessary to improve their lives.