Military caregivers are often dealing with the balancing act of raising a family while providing care to veterans whom are dealing with physical or invisible injuries (PTSD, TBI, spinal cord injuries, limb salvage etc.) They often have to give up their career in order to manage all the responsibilities of their family while attending the many appointments for their veteran.

Our caregivers provide services typically conducted by nurses while also coordinating their veteran's care, acting as advocates for new or better treatment and dealing with financial and legal representatives or entities. 

Caregivers put themselves last, working long hours to take care of everyone else's  needs, resulting in physical and mental health challenges. 

Since 2014, One to One - Women Coaching Women has provided support to more than 100 caregivers offering 26 weeks of pro-bono coaching with a certified life coach.

The Application Process

Step 1: Client Applicant applies for pro bono coaching program online using "Apply" button below

Step 2: A Client Applicant Questionnaire will be sent to the email listed on application and returned to move onto the next step in the application process.

Step 3: Client applicant will be invited to a discovery call with a client services team member.

Step 4: Client applicant will be sent a coaching contemplation to be completed and returned to their assigned client services team member.

Step 5: If coaching is deemed appropriate, the client applicant will be added to the online system where she will need to complete all necessary forms and pay the administration fee in order to begin the pro bono coaching relationship.

Step 6: Once all prior steps have been completed, the client applicant is accepted as a client and will be matched with her coach.

If you are interested in our program, it's easy to complete an online application! Once we receive it, we will contact you to schedule an intake interview within 72 hours. 


K. Michelle Stoltz

Military Caregiver Program Director