V1L is newly formed, with a unique perspective and approach in coming alongside our veterans and their families. V1L was co-founded by two pastors and disabled war veterans, Bryan Roy and Reg McCutcheon.
Bryan, an 8-year Air Force Veteran, served in Iraq and Afghanistan and has completed a Master’s in Divinity in Chaplaincy and a Masters in Human Services Counseling. Reg is a graduate of the Valdosta State University Marriage and Family Therapy program, and is a retired Lieutenant Colonel of the US Air Force.
Together we have over 40 years of military experience, and share a strong desire to actively engage in helping veterans and families overcome the inherent challenges military and post-deployment life. Our goal is to assist our heroes in discovering how to re-connect with their communities, and families again. Our veterans have already sacrificed so much in their lives and our goal is to help, at no cost to the veteran.
To empower veterans in redefining purpose and creating a new legacy.
To reawaken purpose for military veterans and their families by providing holistic support and direct advocacy through partnerships with peers and community resources.
To accomplish our mission, we will engage with our veterans on multiple levels.
Support Services Advocacy Empowerment
Group therapy Benefits coaching Job Training
PTSD Compensation Education
Moral Injury Health Services Job Placement
We are Committed to Our Values ......
- Demonstrate love and compassion for veterans and their families.
- Assist these highly capable individuals and families in re-connecting and finding their unique purpose.
- Help veterans and families grow and development through a variety of local and national resources.
We firmly believe there is an urgent need for V1L, and we want to be instrumental in helping restore hope and purpose in every Veteran’s life. Please consider joining us in this journey to help re-establish a mission and legacy for those who have served our country.
We must learn to reawaken and keep ourselves awake, not by mechanical aid, but by an infinite expectation of the dawn.
- Henry David Thoreau
Veterans First Light
Honor everyone. Love the brotherhood. Fear God. (1 Peter 2:17 ESV )