Walter enters the Homecoming program and is introduced to his counselor, Heidi. Years later, Heidi is approached about a complaint.
Walter's attempts to calm an increasingly paranoid Shrier only cause the situation to escalate. Thomas must decide whether to follow his intuition and investigate further, or let the case go.
Shrier and Walter attempt to leave the facility. Heidi realizes there is a gap in her memory. Thomas makes a discovery.
Walter feels uneasy about Shrier's absence, but Heidi is able to reassure him. Thomas is met with resistance when he attempts to investigate a lead.
Life-skills activities allow the client to envision life after Homecoming, practicing social interactions in a safe and nurturing setting.
Outside visitors, though well-intentioned, may disrupt the gradual transition back to civilian life.
By letting go of the past, the client will be able to fully embrace his or her future.
Homecoming is a safe space for you to reflect on your service and think about what comes next. We can't wait to hear your stories.
What is experience?
I'm gonna stop you there, okay?