Being played over Memorial Day weekend, the LPGA Volvik Championship strives to raise awareness for organizations that benefit military families. We’re especially proud to support the Eisenhower Center and the National Network of Depression Centers, both of which have programs that positively impact the lives of active military, veterans, and military families.
Eisenhower Center is 100% employee owned company focusing on neuro-rehabilitation located in Ann Arbor, MI and Jacksonville, FL. Our renowned neuro-behavioral program concentrates on treating behavioral concerns which interfere with clients reaching their goals. This program specializes in addressing verbal/physical aggression, as well as other unsafe behaviors such as substance abuse, elopement, and sexual disinhibition.
After the Impact ® is an intensive 30-45 day residential program for veterans, athletes, and first responders. After the Impact ® focuses on health/behavioral issues from post-concussion syndrome, post-traumatic stress, and mild Traumatic Brain Injury; addressing anxiety, depression, anger, substance abuse, etc. Daily groups dive into topics using personal experiences and current circumstances to work on strategies for success.
Be strong enough to stand alone, smart enough to know when you need help, and brave enough to ask for it .
Call 734.645.2324 or visit www.eisenhowercenter.org.
NATIONAL NETWORK OF DEPRESSION CENTERS
The National Network of Depression Centers (NNDC), and its M-SPAN program, is committed to enhancing the mental health and wellness of our dedicated military members, veterans, and their families.
The NNDC is a collection of more than 600 experts nationwide working to conquer mood disorders through large-scale collaborative research. It is leading efforts to advance diagnoses and treatments for those with bipolar, depressive, and related mental illnesses. These disorders are common, impacting 1 in every 5 individuals. To learn more about the NNDC, visit www.nndc.org.
M-SPAN has over 20 faculty and staff members with expertise in addressing reintegration challenges, implementing resilience-based approaches, the design and implementation of peer programs, and optimizing family functioning. To learn more about M-SPAN, visit www.m-span.org.