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Research has shown that there are powerful methods available today that can help people recover from traumatic experiences, depression, and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) without relying on pharmaceuticals.  That is why we created VFRs Therapeutic Healing Center.— an inspiring vision for a non-profit organization that aims to help First Responders and Military personnel heal from traumatic events and stress.

VFRs THC, uses modern and newly researched methods to focus on the body's natural ability to heal itself through sight, sounds, music, frequency, vibrations, and colors. 

The VFR's multisensory Therapeutic Healing Center will be the ultimate experience that provides a person with a positive 'Sense Of Place.' The Architectural design elements and criteria will tap the multisensory nature of the human mind that has emerged from the field of cognitive neuroscience research. Our healing space makes a person feel comfortable, and all of their senses will be content. People will feel an instant calmness, comfortable and happy, belonging and not feel threatened. It will be an environment that makes one feel 'A Sense Of Fit.' These are just a few of the building design elements and cutting-edge technologies that will be integrated into the VFRs healing space.

All programs, therapies, and treatment plans are designed by our highly trained and specialized therapists specifically for the individual we are servicing.  The number of therapies we offer and the individual experience and process is how we are able to deliver the best care and results.

The VFR has the potential to make a significant impact on the lives of first responders and military personnel who suffer from traumatic experiences and stress. By providing effective and non-pharmaceutical treatment options, such as those based on nature and the body's natural abilities, the VFR can help individuals heal and recover, leading to a happier and more fulfilling life.

THC will also be home to our Research and Development Center.  Here we focus on new and innovative multisensory technologies used in therapeutic situations.

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