Two-week Intensive Outpatient Program for PTSD and depression. The IOP is an innovative, individualized treatment program that condenses six months of therapy into two weeks. During the IOP, we connect veterans and service members to both individual and group therapy and a daily regimen of physical fitness, stress-reduction training, wellness practices, nutritional education and mindfulness meditation. All treatment, travel, meals, and lodging are provided at no out-of-pocket expenses to the veteran or service member and one support person. Also offered is a weekly Outpatient Program that is either in-person or virtually.
Do you believe there’s a cure for PTSD? Neither did we. Until recently, Post-Traumatic Stress was considered the most complex phenomena of the mind. Treatment plans reflected this belief, with overly complex formulas and high doses of medication(s). But the continuous rise in warrior suicides prompted innovative change. In such, 10 CAN was born. 10 CAN, Inc. is the Christian Adventure Network founded by a wounded warrior to serve military and first responder families. We are a nonprofit 501(c) (3) charitable organization designed to save heroes, raise the next generation of warriors, and restore families through the great outdoors. Our focus on outdoor recreation, education, and rehabilitation fosters healing, prevents suicides, and builds community. Our faith-based approach is non-religious and encompasses a fit-to-fight model for the entire family. Spiritual well-being, mental health, and physical abilities establish a diverse and well-rounded approach for our Heroes and their families. Our simplified solution with dynamic resolve has a 100% success rate in suicide prevention. In his book Saving Heroes, Dr. Burke provides the formula to the working cure. You’ll note that treating the variety of traumatic stresses requires a fitted approach for each warrior. With childhood roots and nature being the main ingredients, it’s imperative that we aim to be proactive in medicine.
Our professional facilitators and the horses create an environment for our clients to experience lasting positive outcomes. The Acres Approach is guided by a team consisting of licensed, credentialed Mental Health Professional, a qualified Equine Specialist, and horses working together with you. When inside the arena or pasture with the horses, your entire experience is on the ground with the horses front and center, never ridden, and left unhindered. They are considered equal partners on the treatment team. Learn to strengthen your resilience as you discover new ways of living more fully present. Find HOPE again, knowing that someone else is in your corner.
To provide progressive outdoor sports opportunities to improve quality of life for children, adults and veterans with physical disabilities and their families.
Our mission is to help horses and heroes by offering a safe place for healing, developing a sense of purpose, and establishing meaningful connections between horses and humans. Please join us for our monthly Allegiance Ranch Veteran Muster and bonfire. The purpose of the ARR Muster is to provide a forum for all military veterans and first responders to come together for connection, sharing stories, or simply spending time with like-minded comrades. We’ll also discuss strategies for finding and providing support to our local community of veterans and first responders. Food and drinks are provided.
Our mission at America’s Warrior Partnership is empowering communities to empower veterans. Our approach to accomplishing this mission takes many forms, but it always starts with connecting community organizations with local veterans to understand their unique situations. Our ultimate goal is to create a better quality of life for all veterans by empowering local communities to proactively and holistically serve them. America's Warrior Partnership is the connection that brings local veteran-centric nonprofits together through coordination and collaboration, ensuring consistent information is obtained, relevant services are provided, and national resources are utilized. We attack inefficiency and amplify the work of established nonprofits and government agencies.
BeArded WARRIORs is a Veteran suicide prevention and resource awareness non-profit; based in Huntsville, AL but our reach is nationwide. We are a group of military and non-military volunteers that provide veterans and their families with opportunities to experience the fun and camaraderie of after-service community involvement. BE A WARRIOR
Comradery of Military/Veterans through meals together, assisting with deployed members' families
Education on brain injuries, resources, and legal advice
PERSONALIZED CARE We offer brief, client-centered therapy for a variety of mental health issues including depression, anxiety, post-traumatic stress, adjustment issues, anger, grief and loss, family issues, transition challenges, relationship problems, and children’s behavioral problems. Our high-quality care is centered on therapy options that are the current, best practices available based on research. CONFIDENTIAL CARE We will not share your confidential information with the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs or other public, private, or government entities unless required by law. We comply with federal guidelines set by the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA). GENUINE CARE Our skilled clinicians and staff have been trained to work specifically with veterans and their families, and some are veterans themselves. We build the trusting and confidential relationships necessary to provide excellent, personalized care. MORE THAN MENTAL HEALTH CARE We provide support and referrals for related needs including unemployment, housing, finance, and education. Telehealth, and childcare are offered on a clinic-by-clinic basis.
Culinary Arts Boot Camp for Veterans is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization whose mission is to support the veteran community by providing both camaraderie and job training to those veterans facing homelessness, unemployment, and who struggle with transitioning into civilian life. Culinary Arts Boot Camp for Veterans is an intensive eleven-week culinary arts program that will prepare participants with the necessary skills to enter the restaurant industry and find employment as a line cook or prep cook. As part of the program, participants will also work with Full Battle Rattle Deli (veteran-owned and -operated) as part of their training and gain the knowledge and skills to work in the foodservice industry. Full Battle Rattle Deli and Culinary Arts Boot Camp for Veterans are two separate entities that work together to support veterans with not only theory and instruction, but an opportunity to gain hands-on experience. In addition to Culinary Arts training, participants will attend classes to support them with job readiness skills to successfully enter the work force and maintain employment. Education and job training are just one facet of this program. An obstacle facing a veteran who is homeless is housing, resources needed to complete this program, classroom materials and support to find gainful employment. Taking a holistic approach, Culinary Arts Boot Camp for Veterans has partnered with community organizations to address this and provide everything the veteran will need to successfully complete this program and reintegrate into our community.
Eagle’s Nest Ranch is a safe haven for people and horses to connect in order to renew hope, build trust and experience growth, so they may soar above the adversities of life in order to fulfill the purpose for which they were created. This is to be achieved through love, acceptance, training, education and recreational activities.
We use recreation, therapy, and continuing support to give people of all abilities a better life. Together we bridge the gap between disability and belonging. Higher Ground will empower all people to achieve their highest quality of life. The veteran program, across all HG chapters, provides week-long and day programs for active-duty and veterans pre- and post- 9/11 with "invisible injuries" including TBI,PTSD,MST and polytrauma. Innovation | Integrity | Passion | Service | Teamwork
Home Base launched a series of educational, mind-body courses called Resilient Warrior that help veterans manage their stress more effectively. Resilient Warrior is a mind-body program developed by Home Base in collaboration with the Massachusetts General Hospital’s Benson-Henry Institute for Mind Body Medicine (BHI). The fundamental principle of this program is that while people may not be able to control stressful events, they can learn to control their response to stress and, in turn, improve their ability to adapt more effectively to stress (or build resilience). At Home Base, we believe that when one Family member serves, the entire Family serves. Recognizing deployment and reintegration affect Families across three generations, our clinical care is available to spouses and partners, dependent children, parents, siblings, and close friends of those who have served, even when that Veteran or Service Member is not in treatment him or herself. Home Base has launched Resilient Family, a series of free courses designed to reduce the impact of stress on Military Families through a variety of mind-body techniques, as well as skill-building exercises scientifically shown to improve medical symptoms, mood, and well-being. The program was developed by Home Base in collaboration with the Massachusetts General Hospital’s Benson-Henry Institute for Mind Body Medicine (BHI).
Home Base, a Red Sox Foundation and Massachusetts General Hospital Program, is dedicated to healing the invisible wounds for Veterans, Service Members and their Families through world-class clinical care, wellness, education and research. As a National Center of Excellence, Home Base operates the first and largest private-sector clinic in the nation devoted to healing invisible wounds such as post-traumatic stress, traumatic brain injury, anxiety, depression, co-occurring substance use disorder, military sexual trauma, family relationship challenges and other issues associated with military service. Home Base offers two-week intensive clinical programs for any Veteran in the United States, with designated sessions for Special Operators. Individual treatments and group therapies are offered, focusing on fitness, nutrition, stress reduction, resiliency, family support, education, social activities, and integrative therapies such as yoga, art, and Tha Chi. Treatment is at no cost to the Veteran. All treatment is evidence-based and provided by clinicians from Mass General Hospital and Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital, two of the best hospitals in America. In addition, Home Base has collaborated with both the Benson-Henry Institute for Mind-Body Medicine, the MGH Sports Medicine team & Red Sox Strength and Conditioning team to develop several Wellness Based Programs to address the less complex issues that affect the mental well-being of our returning Veterans.
To build and donate specially adapted custom homes nationwide for severely injured post-9/11 Veterans, to enable them to rebuild their lives.
Welcome Home Warriors! We help, guide, and direct homeless and at-risk military veterans into self-sufficient status while providing a safe, caring and loving environment. We believe that every Warrior deserves a Hand-Up so they are more equipped to handle modern society’s fast-paced lifestyle. Growth is possible at any age, any stage of life, and for any life path. Warriors have spent their whole lives Serving, so now it is time for them to be given a place to transform their lives. We provide: Bed, Bedding, Pillow Food Clothing vouchers Help with benefits applications transportation (when available) Toiletries In-house gym equipment Commercial internet House computer/printer Personal Development Classes Assigned Personal Mentor Financial/budgeting workshops Resume writing/job assistance Volunteer opportunities A Team that loves and appreciates you for your sacrifices for our Country Upon completion of our program, we furnish our Warrior’s new home or apartment with the generous donations we receive
Military Warriors Support Foundation is a 501c3 non-profit charity, founded in 2007 by Lt. General Leroy Sisco, USA (Ret). Our mission is to provide programs that facilitate a smooth and successful transition for our nation’s Combat-Wounded Heroes and Gold Star families. Our programs focus on housing, transportation, outdoor recreation, and leadership development. We have proudly awarded over 900 mortgage-free and gift-tax free homes as well as over 130 payment free vehicles to Wounded Heroes and Gold Star Families, in all 50 States. In addition to the homes or vehicles, the families receive financial literacy training; 3 years for home recipients and 1 year for vehicle recipients.
Today, on the Mt. Carmel campus, one is able to find primary care staffed by fully certified medical personnel covering both physical and behavioral health needs. Plans are in place to add a number of other services.
We can all help prevent suicide. The Lifeline provides 24/7, free and confidential support for people in distress, prevention and crisis resources for you or your loved ones, and best practices for professionals in the United States.
Whitetail Warrior Project is a non-profit team that supports efforts to get Wounded and Disabled Veterans into the great outdoors to enjoy hunting and connect with community. At Whitetail Warrior Project our mission is to support wounded and disabled Veterans by providing opportunities in the outdoors. We are focused on fellowship and the tradition of deer hunting in order to enrich lives and enable our most deserving citizens.
We do not fight alone, and we do not heal alone. At Operation Equine, we understand that committing to a life of service often creates complex challenges that can leave Military Service Members, Veterans, and Emergency Responders feeling disconnected from their families and communities. We facilitate unique, therapeutic experiences with horses that lead our participants to a deeper understanding of themselves, empowering them to cultivate healthier relationships and feel better. With licensed mental health professionals and experienced, credentialed coaches, we work with Military, Veteran, Emergency Responders, and Front-Line Health Care workers and their families, caregivers, and supporters: individually, in groups, in family units. Learn more about how our Equine therapies can work for you.
A week-long once-in-a-lifetime Christian-based couples retreat in Lake Clark National Park and surrounding areas of Alaska, specifically for couples that are struggling.
Project Healing Waters Fly Fishing, Inc. is dedicated to the physical and emotional rehabilitation of disabled active military service personnel and disabled veterans through fly fishing and associated activities including education and outings. PHWFF is unique in that our volunteers are teaching classes on an on-going, long-term basis. It is much more than a one day fishing trip. For many participants, the socialization and camaraderie of the classes are just as important as the fishing outings. PHWFF relies on Fly Fishers International, Trout Unlimited, and independent fly fishing clubs to conduct the program at the Department of Defense and Department of Veterans Affairs facilities across the nation. PHWFF volunteers include experienced fly fishers and guides, all of whom donate their time and knowledge to conduct programs at Department of Defense facilities, Warrior Transition Units and Department of Veterans Affairs facilities nationwide.
Six-day therapeutic retreats held nationwide year round. Resource Summits quarterly bringing together military and veteran couples/singles to work on life-changing lessons and connect with other resource partners that support the needs of this audience.
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To support Veterans in their transition from military service through a continuous program of education, mentorship, and community. We empower military leaders to emerge as business and community leaders. Valor Bridge – a 10 weeklong educational program for recently separated military Veterans, facilitated by executive coaches and leadership development professionals who guide participants in adapting skills acquired in the military to civilian job requirements. Valor Journey – a two-year program for Veterans pursuing post service education that provides mentoring, networking and financial support while they transition to civilian careers and communities. Valor Connect – an ongoing program that brings Veterans together with peers, mentors and industry professionals to forge a community of long-term support.
The SHARE Military Initiative at Shepherd Center is a comprehensive rehabilitation program that focuses on assessment and treatment for service members who have served in the U.S. military since September 11, 2001, regardless of discharge status. The program helps service members who are experiencing symptoms of or have a diagnosis of: Mild to moderate traumatic brain injury AND one of the following: Military concussions/head trauma Co-occuring psychological or behavioral health concerns, including military post-traumatic stress (PTSD) SHARE Military Initiative provides hope, assistance, support and education to service members and their families during their recovery treatment and beyond.
It is the mission of Soldier’s Wish to identify and provide for the needs of veterans and military families, regardless of branch or rank. We provide direct resources that honor, support, and leave a sustainable impact on their lives. Additionally, Soldier's Wish educates the public about the needs of the military community and strives to close the military-civilian divide.
Our WWII & Aviation Museum focuses on making the maximum positive effort to better our community, by providing "Living History" through our WWII & Vintage aircraft and our museum full of memorabilia and history of local and regional WWII Veterans! Our members and volunteers provide the momentum that helps us preserve this history for all ages. Through our love of veterans and community, we strive to teach all who walk through our doors a love of their country, a love of those who fought for their freedoms, a love of aviation and stories that will live with them forever. 179 VTR Airport Road, Tallulah, Louisiana 71282
Funeral Honors for veterans, public ceremonies and public outreach.
At the National Veterans Outdoors Resource HUB, we are putting an end veterans’ suicide by offering up outdoor adventures and service dog providers all in one place that are all over the United States. We are providing a place online to come together to find that military comradery in outdoor experiences. The mission of USVetConnect.com is simple: it is to raise awareness for organizations that have a direct impact on veterans’ lives and to make it as user friendly as possible for the veteran to find their next adventure.
HOW IT ALL STARTED In 2015, Army veteran Steve Corey was moved to action in response to the tragically high suicide rates in the veteran community. He knew the difference a service dog could make in the life of an individual and had seen them recommended to those who were re-entering civilian life following their service. The problem was, most service dog organizations had years-long wait lists, extensive requirements and unaffordable plans for someone on a fixed income. In an effort to combat these issues, Victory Service Dogs was born. Steve knew it had to be affordable, which is why the training we offer to our qualified clients is completely free. He also wanted to create a hands-on program that would include our clients in the training process. Through weekly classes with a professional dog trainer, clients and their service dog candidate learn basic and advanced obedience to prepare the dogs for service work specific to their handler’s needs. These veteran-dog teams go through certified training together, increasing their bond while offering access to a safe and encouraging community that fosters camaraderie and friendship. WHERE WE ARE NOW Through the generosity of our sponsors and donations, we have been able to help over 100 individuals and graduate more than 50 veteran-service dog teams from our training program to date. Our clients are thriving; returning to school, finding and keeping jobs, experiencing healthy engagement with family and increased independence in their personal lives. This is why we exist! The need in our community is far from being fully met, but we have no plans to stop now! Our hope is to start up our very own children’s program, Victory Kids, in order to provide service dog training for children with special needs. We are excited about our future and will continue to work hard to support our community!
COPING WITH PTSD OR A TRAUMATIC COMBAT INJURY IS NO EASY FEAT In the United States 22 Veterans commit suicide every day. That is a horrible number, considering more Veterans have committed suicide than have been Killed in Action in Iraq and Afghanistan combined. We are here to try and put not only a change to that number, but to stop it all together. Veterans can find an amazing amount of therapy just by venturing underwater. Those seeking adrenaline can also get their fill underwater. Scuba diving is a very incredible sport that can be done worldwide, by anyone, with any “limitations” they may feel they have. We offer an entire program, in the Caribbean, in some of the most sought-after dive conditions on the planet, to not only take Purple Heart recipients with PTSD or physical wounds scuba diving, but certify them so they can go Scuba all over the world! Obviously there is a cost to this and to provide this amazing experience to as many Veterans as we can, we need your help! We are a 501(c)(3) organization that runs off of your donations. If you feel kind enough to share your love of Scuba diving with a wounded Veteran, please help us by donating. VETERANS FROM ALL NATO COUNTRIES We don’t just offer this service to US Veterans. After all there were other countries providing troops for the fight in Iraq and Afghanistan. We offer this therapeutic experience to all wounded Veterans of NATO countries that have received the equivalent of a Purple Heart.
Stress leaves a mark on people that others don’t always see. At Boulder Crest, we see it, understand it, and know how to transform those struggles to strength. Boulder Crest created Warrior PATHH for the hundreds of thousands of warriors who are fighting the battle on the home front: the fight to find a life worth living. The effects of traumatic stress on combat veterans and first responders are the catalyst for Warrior PATHH. Who is eligible for Warrior PATHH: Warrior PATHH is available to men and women combat veterans and first responders. Participants MUST be active, retired, or separated from service. We support all military, first responder, reservists and National Guard members. We define a “combat veteran” as anyone who has deployed, or supported a combat zone. We define a “first responder” as anyone who serves their community as a Police Officer, Sheriff’s Deputy, Fire Fighter, EMS, Health Care Worker, or any Federal Law Enforcement or Intelligence Agency personnel.
Warrior Saber serves our Nations Citizens, Civilian Veterans and Children by bringing attention to those Veterans whom are continuing to "serve" and portray excellence after active duty. In a time where our Nation, our Veterans and our children need good examples to model after, Warrior Saber is shifts our focus to the positive actions of our nations Veterans. Warrior Saber provides an all-inclusive military style award ceremony honoring deserving Veterans. This service allows organizations and or family units to share in the military culture of excellence, thus spurring humans on to pursue excellence themselves. Warrior Saber has a strong belief that this service also helps us all in preventing Veteran suicide by shifting our attention to the positive actions of Veterans.
Work Vessels for Veterans is a national 501-(c)(3) nonprofit, charitable organization with the mission to award equipment to America’s injured veterans so they may start a business or pursue career education. Work Vessels for Vets provides critical equipment and direct services to injured veterans who see self-employment as a way forward to accommodate frequent medical appointments and “bad days.”* Our commitment is recognized with the highest national ratings including GUIDE STAR’s highest recognition - PLATINUM STATUS for Efficiency & Transparency, TOP RATED NONPROFIT by GreatNonProfits rating agency, and Accredited Charity by Better Business Bureau.