WOMEN

Stephanie Moles Helps Women Soldiers Re-Adjust To Civilian Life

11/08/2011 01:47 pm ET | Updated Jan 08, 2012

Women soldiers face unthinkable challenges, both at war and afterward. Stephanie Moles started the organization Grace After Fire in order to help those military women adjust to civilian life. Founded in 2002, Grace After Fire helped hundreds of female veterans in it's first year alone. Stephanie credits the success of Grace After Fire with the fact that the counselors who run Grace After Fire are also women veterans who have faced the same challenges, and understand the difficulty of returning to a normal life after having served in the armed forces. The organization is looking forward to helping the women currently serving in the armed forces (currently 14%) once they return home.

Stephanie Moles, Founder Of Grace After Fire

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