Operation Not Forgotten is an all-volunteer program of our non-profit 501(c)(3) organization, Life Renewed International. Our mission is to measurably improve a veteran’s quality of life in these areas: mental, emotional, social, and spiritual. Operation Not Forgotten works through Vet Life Communities, a network of peer-based support meetings that can be in-person, virtual, or a hybrid of both types of meetings. - veterans helping veterans, families helping families. We offer the tools necessary to address issues, including PTSD and suicidal ideation, to help veterans and their families transition to life outside the military. Our peer-mentoring groups utilize a well-researched handbook and other materials, and each participant will be offered the opportunity to take our assessment, Life Renewed Quality of Life Assessment (QOLA). Separate meetings are available for male veterans, female veterans, adult family members, and youth ages 13-17. Vet Life Community is designed to create a supportive, confidential, community-based meeting place. Meetings are free for all participating veterans and their loved ones. Life Renewed International/Operation Not Forgotten is proud to partner with Highland Rivers Health, one of the largest providers of mental health and substance use treatment and recovery services in Georgia. As part of their veteran program, we are helping veterans address their mental health issues. Additionally, we are honored to be named Home Depot’s veteran project of the year for 2019-2021.