Veterans Art Therapy is a joint program between the Castle Rock Artist Cooperative (CRAC) and the Douglas County Veterans Monument Foundation (DCVMF) — both Colorado-based 501(c)(3)’s — to assist local veterans who suffer from Post-Traumatic Stress. It is a six-month program designed to use the healing qualities of art to help veterans battling PTS.
With the help of the DCVMF, CRAC will be selecting 10 local veterans (must live in Douglas County, must have been honorably discharged, and must be able to show DD214) to attend the six-month program, and these students will be able to attend the class at no expense to them. The 10 students will meet at a to-be-determined location in the greater Castle Rock area for three hours each week for 26 weeks, for the class, instructed by local painter and CRAC member Carol Hein. The six-month program will begin in November 2021, end in May 2022, and culminate with an art show featuring the 10 students’ art, and it will be open to the public.
If you are a veteran who is interested in participating in this program, believes that you could benefit from the therapeutic effects of art, and lives in Douglas County, Colorado, please click here to apply:
This unique program is funded completely through the generous donations of citizens like you. We are looking for donations of $600 per student that covers the classroom, instructor, and all the supplies, for a total of $6,000 for the entire six-month program. We will continue the program as long as our funding is available.
If you wish to donate, please click on one of the buttons below. You can sponsor one student for $600, or the entire six-month program for $6,000. Thank you for your support!