ArtReach Project America Gala Fundraiser, Thur Nov 8, 630-10p, 57th Fighter Group Restaurant, PDK Airport, Atlanta, tickets $150 through Guest speaker: BG Jim McDonald USA (Ret). Live music, dinner, auction, raffles. Many special guests. Raising funds to continue our work using the expressive arts in healing from combat trauma, PTSD, and TBI, and building resilience in veterans, families, and their providers. See website for more information. Donations in any amount welcome from those who cannot attend.


The ArtReach Foundation, Inc.  on line auction at the non-profit Bidding for Good website, including vacations, memorabilia, tickets, etc. Note that any timeshare listing can be purchased for personal use or to donate to a Wounded Warrior at Fort Gordon GA. Current items available through Nov 7; more items will be listed. .


“Wine and Sign” Reception, Discussion, and Book Signing, Nov. 9,  Editors and chapter authors of just published War Trauma and its Wake: Expanding the Circle of Healing (Routledge). Cash bar, 4:30-6 p.m., Petite Auberge Restaurant, Toco Hills Shopping Center, N. Druid Hills Rd, Atlanta. Books available for purchase, please email if you want to pre-order a book.


Ray Scurfield DSW (VietNam vet, Prof. U Southern Miss) and

Kathy Platoni PsyD COL USAR (OEF/OIF), Editors

John Rigg MD, Fort Gordon (TBI)

Emily Simerly, PhD, Atlanta (Veterans in the Criminal Justice System)

Chaplain Charles Peninton USAR (Ret), Vermont (Military Chaplains)

Beate Medina, Texas (Surviving Spouses)

Chris Zaglifa LSCW LMFT, Wisconsin (Military Sexual Trauma)

Christopher Morley MPH, Susan Anderson, and Christiane O’Hara PhD, Atlanta (ArtReach and other Innovative Civilian-Military Partnerships)

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