On Saturday, January 6, 2024, From 9am – 3pm. Please come and join The American Legion Post 291. As they host the Coffee Talk Brothers after War event. Be part of this innovative, inspiring movie & seminar experience! MAKE YOUR RESERVATION NOW,  THIS WILL SELL OUT!!

Call (949) 673-5070 ext.1100 or Click here to reserve your spot. Enjoy coffee & donuts & meet award-winning filmmakerJake Rademacher. 



June is PTSD Awareness Month

There are currently about 12 million people in the United States living with PTSD.

Even though PTSD treatments are effective and accessible, most people don’t get the help they need. Help spread the word that PTSD treatments are available. Everyone with PTSD—whether they are a Veteran or civilian survivor of sexual assault, serious accident, natural disaster, or other traumatic event—needs to know that treatments really do work and can lead to a better quality of life.

Help the National Center for PTSD raise awareness about the many different treatment options available. Make the pledge to Raise PTSD Awareness

For more information, visit the PTSD website.

TTM Donates Sleeping Bags To Centralia Elementary School

On April 11, 2023, TTM donated 20 sleeping bags to Centralia Elementary School for their Outdoor Science Camp. During the week of May 1, thru May 5, 2023, Centralia Elementary School’s 6th grade students and their teachers will be attending the Emerald Cove Outdoor Science Institution, located in the middle of the San Bernardino National Forest.
Special thanks to our partners: Walmart and Target for making this donation possible!  

TTM Receives $2,000.00 Donation from Sons of the American Legion Newport Harbor Squadron 291

Sons of the American LegionTTM received $2,000.00 Donation from Sons of the American Legion Newport Harbor Squadron 291.

From The Sons of the American Legion Newport Harbor Squadron 291:

“The Sons of the American Legion Newport Harbor Squadron 291 voted this month to donate $2,000.00 to Tender Touch Ministries. We appreciate all that your group does to support military families.”

Suicidal Veterans In Crisis Can Receive Free Services at Non-VA Emergency Health Care

Starting this month, veterans in acute suicidal crisis will be able to go to any VA or non-VA health care facility for emergency health care at no cost – including inpatient or crisis residential care for up to 30 days and outpatient care for up to 90 days. Veterans do not need to be enrolled in the VA system to use this benefit.

This expansion of care will help prevent Veteran suicide by guaranteeing no cost, world-class care to Veterans in times of crisis. It will also
increase access to acute suicide care for up to 9 million Veterans who are not currently enrolled in VA.

Download the full VA Press Release for more information by clicking here (PDF).