Never Alone Initiative is a non-profit organization of compassionate individuals, we are dedicated to providing emotional and moral support, advice, and referral services to help the surviving spouses of military personnel and their families better manage their depression and start to begin returning to living a normal life.  We provide a welcoming and supportive community of survivors so that no one needs to feel alone.
700 UNIVERSITY AVE., STUBBS HALL ROOM 202, MONROE, LA 71209
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Women are more prone to depression than men.

According to statistics released by Mental Health America, females are 70% more prone to depression than men and 1 in 8 American women suffer from clinical depression.

This discrepancy might be caused by the fact that women ar...

At one point in our lives, we’ve all experienced sadness and we’ve all been irritable. Such feelings can even deprive you of sleep. However, these negative emotions seldom lasts more than a few days, and before you know it you’re as good as new.

A person going through d...

Depression is more likely to affect teenagers and people between the ages of 20 and 30 years. However, that is not to say it cannot affect people outside these age brackets. The Anxiety and Depression Association of America has tagged it the number one cause of disabil...

Are you a Veteran, Gold Star Parent, Gold Star Sibling, Gold Star Adult Child? Share your story with Never Alone Initiative and help contribute to a national project to share and preserve the living history of our veterans.

Never Alone Initiative is collaborating with t...

With a recent increase in awareness and understanding of mental health disorders worldwide, it follows that meditation and similar practices are steadily gaining mainstream popularity. Mindfulness has roots in Eastern religions of Hinduism and Buddhism, as well as serv...

We’re thrilled to announce a new partnership that will bring our resources in front of The Mighty’s wide-reaching readership. We will now have a home on The Mighty and appear on many stories on the site.


The Mighty is a story-based health community focused on improving...

There’s A Lot More to Life than Depression!

Losing your spouse in combat might tempt you to see that as an end to a constructive life.

It’s a temptation many depressed military spouses face. There’s a huge deal of emotional trauma that may cause you to lose all motivatio...

A lot of those who do not have depression tend to misunderstand it. Depression isn’t just a case where your spirits are low. It’s a situation where a vital aspect of your life has been shattered.

In the case of losing your spouse, it’s a shatter beyond complete repair....

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