Programs

The Xena Project is a 501(c)3 organization founded and run by veterans.  We facilitate mental, emotional, and spiritual wellbeing for warriors and their families in both group and individual formats, in a safe, tranquil environment rooted in nature.  In addition to the ministry that is our foundation, we offer animal encounters, counseling (peer-led, pastoral, licensed professional), and family reunification programs.

The Xena Project is focused on breaking down barriers that keep warriors from a vibrant life as contributing members of their communities.  In practice this means that our programs are free, and we challenge ourselves daily to become maximally accessible.  It means group studies that talk about violence, fear, guilt, lack of faith, and anger.  It means meeting warriors where they are, whether isolated in their own homes, struggling with addiction, in or newly out of jail, or falling through the cracks of daily life.

The Xena Project welcomes military veterans, law enforcement officials, and first responders, and their families. Click the links below to learn more about:

Donald Charles Outreach Program (homebound warriors)

Justice-Impacted Veterans (courts and jails)

Military Ministry