Engagement Through various events around the alley, we give our Combat Veterans and their family the opportunity to be around one another. Events include softball, golf, hiking, BBQ's, bowling, family events and much more. These events are at no cost to them.
Peer Mentoring When needed, our Warfighters are given a mentor that has been trained to be an ear, help develop a plan of action and follow up with them if they need encouragement to move forward.
H.O.P.E Program H.O.P.E. stands for Help Our Patriots Endure. We connect Warfighters with members of their community to check in, say hello and ask how everything is going. Through engagement with people from the community, Warfighters can begin to feel more than ever, that people care about them.
Mentor Training When a Warfighter is at a place in their life where they can give back, we give them opportunities with training to become a battle buddy.
Family Support We offer Post Traumatic Stress (PTS) 101 classes to family members to educate them on triggers and coping skills, so they can better understand and help their Warfighter. We also offer activities for loved ones to encourage networking. Peer support is also be available.
Resource Referral With the right resources, a Warfighter has a better chance for a seamless transition to their civilian life. Homelessness, joblessness, suicide, mental health, physical health and integration continue to be an issue for those returning home from combat. We will help connect those that need further support with other non-profit organizations or government agencies.