960 CW Airmen and families tour Endeavors Veteran Wellness Center

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The 960th Cyberspace Wing participated in a women’s resiliency day April 21, in support of Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention Month for female Airmen and family members at the Endeavors’ Veteran Wellness Center in San Antonio. 

The Pink Berets, an organization that assists military women with post-traumatic stress disorder and other invisible injuries, and the Endeavors organization invited several 960th CW Reserve Citizen Airmen, civilian employees and family members to tour the Veterans Wellness Center and participate in a mindfulness yoga class. 

Endeavor’s Director of Wellness, Kimberly Anderson, conducted the tour to provide information on services and resources that are available to service members, veterans and their families in the San Antonio area. 

Pink Beret CEO and founder, Stephanie Gattas, led the visiting members as they discussed the importance of help-seeking behaviors and services available to the community.

Frances Martinez, 960th CW director of psychological health, coordinated the event for wing members and their families.

“The importance of getting our service members and their families out in the community to experience what our team experienced today is a step in the right direction to getting help,” said Martinez. “It sheds light on what is available to our Airmen and families so they may be more inclined to seek help in the future.”