KSTP-TV | 8/12/2019
“I am hopeful we can institutionalize this within the greater service organizations,” said Haase. “All of them. Army, Air Force, Navy and Marines.”
Star Tribune | 10/8/2017
“Results of the five-year study, the first of its kind in the nation, show that techniques used in the program can enhance parenting skills in veterans and reduce post-traumatic stress symptoms and thoughts of suicide. They also can improve children’s behavior and resilience in school.”
Minnesota Daily | 10/5/2017
“I really struggled … to come back to a family that pretty much operated better without me, or so I thought,” Lenling said. “I can take 150 soldiers to Iraq and back, but I can’t get my 10-year-old to go to bed on time.”
Paraglide Online | 10/5/2017
“Learning to communicate more effectively with your children will give you more success as a Family … this program has also helped marriages because when you are not at odds with each other and you are on the same script and parenting becomes a lot more enjoyable,” said Heinecke.
KSTP-TV | 9/26/2017
“It definitely has made a happier home,” Doug Watson said .”I’ve learned more than I thought I would.”
WCCO-TV | 9/26/2017
“It’s really helped with the younger two, as far as setting clear expectations and knowing how to follow through with those,” said Hawkins.
WCCO-TV | 12/21/2013
Veterans can take advantage of many different resources, from job training to emotional support. But one area that doesn’t get a lot of attention is the family. Now there’s a new study at the University of Minnesota to help parents and children cope with the return home.
Mankato Free Press | 11/10/2013
Katie said her family could really have benefited from a program that they now are taking part in: a parenting management training model, an intervention system to help families develop parenting skills.
National Public Radio | 5/25/2013
“His responsibilities were all centered around him, and then coming back to a household of five people and a wife who’s been dealing with it alone all this time and is ready for a break,” she says, “I think it took some time for him to readjust to even what his responsibilities in the family were.”
CNN | 12/21/2012
“Yes, the first day back is just a fairy tale, of course. And then you have to start trying to put yourself back into the life of your family.”