What We Do

What We Do


It is indeed an honor to be a part of such an establishment as Southeastern Vet to Vet Peer Support, Inc.  Since 2008 we have provided veterans with information and guidance to improve their lives and to help other veterans. Our purpose is to provide peer support to veterans in their recovery, especially those who suffer the anguish of combat, substance abuse, physical abuse, and mental trauma.

We provide a safe, respectful, and confidential environment for our veterans to discuss and share their traumas and express their thoughts without fear of reprisal or stereotyping. Veterans also learn valuable coping skills to manage their illness and adjust to civilian life. They gain confidence in handling family and business relationships effectively. They learn how to maintain their physical and emotional health.

  Since our inception as a 501(c) (3) organization Southeastern Vet to Vet Peer Support, Inc., has worked in conjunction with the United States Department of Veterans Administration throughout Alabama and parts of Georgia. Our veterans are both consumer and provider of services. This model is driven through training veterans to help themselves and others. In doing so we have served more than 23,000 veterans some of whom become facilitators volunteering to train and mentor others.

We have grown to more than six sites organized in various locations such as Florence,Tuscaloosa, Birmingham, Montgomery and Tuskegee in Alabama and 2 sites in Columbus, Georgia. We remain viable and relevant because of the contributions of these individuals.

To continue our growth we need your help! Please visit our donation page to learn more about what we do. Thank you for taking time to become acquainted with our program. My sincere hope is that you will become a patron with Southeastern Vet to Vet in providing these needed services to our Veterans.



Mr. Donald Parker, President

Southeastern Vet to Vet Peer Support, Inc.,