An interview with Dr. Niranjan Karnik
The road home is a family affair. Being at war can profoundly change people. When your loved one comes home changed, you want to help. No family should be alone while helping a loved one.
The Road Home is committed to serving veterans’ families through care and support. Our Family Center helps guide spouses, children, parents, significant others and siblings through the reintegration process. We welcome all veterans’ family members, whether or not their vets are ready to get help at this time.
One of the goals of the Road Home’s Family Center is to help rebuild and strengthen your family. We take the time to understand your unique situation, and we tailor our care to best serve your family’s needs.
We will help figure out new everyday patterns and relationship roles to help your family get back on track.
Caring for your children
Veterans’ children can face a number of challenges and suffer with symptoms of their own. However, children have a lot of resiliency; with good care, your children can bounce back.
Our dedicated team will work with you and your children to individualize care to address both behavioral and physical concerns.
Supporting your vet
Our dedication to serving veterans’ families is also good for the veterans themselves. Treating veterans’ families and helping them get stronger will lessen veterans’ symptoms of PTSD and help them heal faster.
Talking with a professional who understands the survivor experience can be helpful. While we cannot change what happened, we can help you answer questions, understand the emotions you are experiencing and guide you in building a foundation for healing and support.