• Music therapy for Veterans: Art group gives back

    Muskogee Art Guild decorated guitars for Veterans used as part of music therapy program offered in partnership with Challenge America.

  • Artist designs creative guitars for Veterans’ music therapy

    Gabriela Mejia is an artist using her talents to decorate guitars for Veterans participating in Challenge America's Music Therapy Program.

  • Guitars for Vets, Challenge America Veteran Arts Community join forces

    Challenge America and Guitars For Vets are partnering to build camaraderie and opportunities through guitar instruction and live events.

  • Music therapy: Readjustment doesn’t have to be a solo

    Music therapy shows Veterans that readjustment doesn’t have to be a solo performance. Here’s two fellow combat Veterans jamming.

  • Vietnam Veteran’s free guitar lessons for fellow Vets

    Vietnam Veteran gives Veterans free guitar and song writing lessons. He helped some with PTSD write their songs down and record their own album.

  • Central Virginia Teletherapy services: “VA saved my life.”

    Central Virginia VA offers wide range of virtual services for enrolled Veterans. VA Telehealth Services since the pandemic up by 1,200%.

  • Live Whole Health #78 – Moving to the Beat

    When you hear music playing do you automatically find yourself swaying, toe tapping, or feel like bursting out in dance? Well – you are not alone! Studies have shown that moving to the beat is built into our nervous systems.

  • Military bands offer free online performances

    Military bands offer free online performances during the COVID-19 pandemic, which can help Veterans through this difficult time.

  • Escaping the PTSD Barrel: Daniel Dunn

    Marine Corps Veteran Daniel Dunn used music and art therapy to subdue his anger and pain at the National Veterans Creative Arts Competition & Festival.

  • Veterans make it a family affair at National Veterans Creative Arts Festival

    A total of 115 Veterans from across the country will showcase their talents at this year's National Creative Arts Festival in Kalamazoo, Michigan.

  • Veteran turns his story into song

    Army Veteran Michael Peterson from Richmond VA Medical Center and nine other Veterans turned their military experiences into songs at a workshop in Nashville presented by nonprofit Operation Song.

  • Veterans stretch musical talents in the Rubber Band

    Veterans in the Rubber Band, a 20-member musical group of Vets 70 and older at VA Greater Los Angeles Healthcare System, find that it’s fun and therapeutic to write and play their own music.

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