Women Veterans-We Care

Holistic and gender-specific, Sisterhood Agenda utilizes effective therapeutic tools that encourage women veterans to heal and thrive. Sessions are specialized for trauma survivors, including military sexual trauma (MST).


Sister Circles
Sisterhood Agenda is excited to offer trauma-informed, support and empowerment services to women veterans. At the SEA, you will find peace, heal, and receive unconditional love in the spirit of sisterhood.
Event Details
Sisterhood Agenda's specialized women veterans initiative takes place at our unique ocean-front, eco-friendly Sisterhood Empowerment Academy (SEA) headquarters in St. John, U.S. Virgin Islands near Frank Bay Beach in Cruz Bay.


  • Professional personalized trauma-informed support and guidance
  • Oceanfront eco suite accommodations
  • Private & confidential
  • Increased resource development
  • Sisterhood support
  • Health & healing
  • Tranquil environment by the SEA
  • Ground & boat transportation
  • Cleansing
  • Meditation
  • Drumming
  • Sister Circles
  • Yoga
  • Snorkeling
  • Hiking
  • Aromatherapy
  • Energy assessment
  • Refreshments
  • Ocean healing




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    • “Unity helps us work and live together peacefully. We feel connected with each other and all living things. We value the specialness of each person as a gift, not as a reason to fight or be scared. With unity we accomplish more together than any one of us could do alone.”

      Community Foundation of the Virgin Islands Virtue Project
    • “A good friend knows all of your best stories.  A sister has lived them with you.”

    • “We’re here to tell you that you are beautiful as you are, and that women can work together to change the world rather than tear each other down to get ahead.”

    • “My sisters remind me, by their very steadfastness, that truth, beauty and goodness exist in the world, and that no matter what, there are and always will be people loving people through thick and thin.”

    • “Sisterhood must be the foundation of any women’s empowerment movement.”

      Angela D. Coleman