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Peer Support

By Veterans For Veterans


Our Programs


Peer Support

The brothers and sisters that had your back while in service are now here at Dryhootch, providing you with that same support in “the real world.”



Its normal to feel confused, depressed, alone when returning “home”. Our veterans peer, who have been in your boots, can show you how to adjust to a place you’ve been away from for awhile.


Legal Help

Unfortunately coming home can cause legal issues; both civil & criminal. Our programs with Veteran Courts and supportive lawyers can help you put the pieces back together..



You don’t have to be alone. Family peers can help you find and understand the programs you may be looking for.



Our mobile tools are designed to get you in touch with peer support when & where you need it.



Unfortunately, addiction is all too often a reality for those who served, have PTSD, or are a stressed family member. Dryhootch has numerous groups that can address your issues respectfully.


Music, Art, Writing

Dryhootch brings in actors, artists, and great music with instructions on guitar or banjo to help you loosen up, have some fun, and heal a little!


And Great Coffee

Dryhootch provides a great social space where veterans, their family, and the community can gather to share conversation, offer help, and relax over a great cup of coffee, tea, and more.


“Five years ago when I first got out of the army I was lost, depressed and dirt poor. My wife and I were getting our food from a food pantry. I had a job interview but I couldn't afford to buy a suit, Dryhootch had a suit drive for unemployed veterans. Liz who worked there at the time gave me a free suit so I could get that job. Here I am today, I love Dryhootch. I'll never forget what they
did for me.”

Daniel Newberry, US Army, Iraq Veteran



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