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Mission: 4 Freedom Equestrian Team was established to increase public awareness of the needs and sacrifices of the United States Armed Forces. We ride to honor the men and women of the United States military for their outstanding accomplishments, courage, and dedication to our country as well as our nation’s veterans, POW’s, and MIA’s for the sacrifices they have made. We are the land of the free because of the brave
Results: We have helped countless veterans who battle with daily struggles…through our all volunteer equine assisted therapy program. We are one of few organizations who takes our horses to the veterans completely free of charge, to be part of a PTSD program at the Dayton VAMC. We have also brought joy and comfort to veterans and visitors at the Community Living Center on the grounds of the Dayton VA. With the help of our horses, we have saved lives and have been given an amazing opportunity to help the men and women who have fought for this great country!
“To put Christian principles into practice through programs that develop a healthy mind, body, and spirit for military personnel and their families stationed at the Marine Corps Air Ground Combat Center, Twentynine Palms.” Our primary focus is on enhancing the lives of young enlisted personnel, E-5 and below, and their families through value oriented educational, recreational, and social programs.
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Paralyzed Veterans of America Central Florida Chapter, a congressionally chartered veterans service organization provides a platform of advocacy, education and research, communication, adaptive sports and recreation for veterans paralyzed as a result of a spinal or injury or dysfunction, in an effort to afford them with the highest quality of healthcare and life experiences.
Cover 6 Outdoors strives to instill a sense of honor, hope and pride by reintroducing Veterans to the elusive camaraderie and brotherhood that is hard to find once we have left the military and by embracing the morals and virtues that we value as veteran or current service members. As Veterans and Combat Veterans, our staff here at Cover 6 Outdoors understand that being around your combat blood brothers can prove to be life changing and life saving and as such we also strive to provide a safe, comforting environment for all veterans and their spouses and dependents. The Programs We Offer Are: Cover 6 Outdoors strives to provide a place for Veterans to have the opportunity to enjoy activities such as: (1) Guided Hog Hunts (2) Guided Whitetail Deer Hunts (3) Guided Dove Hunts (4) Guided Quail Hunts (5)Guided Duck Hunts (6) Guided Fishing Trips (7) Hiking (8) Canoeing (9) Kayaking (10) Camping (11) Skeet Shooting (12) Shooting Competitions . All shooting events will be conducted with medically trained personnel on site. * All Veterans and dependents participating in any hunting or fishing will be required to show proper licensing and hunter’s safety course certificates for the state of Texas. Cover 6 Outdoors will provide Veterans and Dependents with all equipment and gear, if needed, for each outdoor event they register to participate in. When applicable, Cover 6 Outdoors will provide food and lodging. *All firearms, whether they be personal or loaned from Cover 6 Outdoors must be kept unloaded and stored in a secure location that is monitored by Cover 6 Outdoors Staff or a facilitator to be named by Cover 6 Outdoors. Please understand that this is for every ones safety. Cover 6 Outdoors provides these activities free of charge to Veterans and their dependents in order to give them a chance to break free from the stress and anxiety caused by PTSD, TBI, marital issues and numerous other life challenges that come with reintegration. By doing so, each Veteran Community member that attends an event has the opportunity to meet, interact, and connect with like minded Veterans. At Cover 6 Outdoors we revere and protect the coveted brotherhood that so many have raised their right hand that is required to be forever inducted. Additionally, we will do everything in our power to guide the Veteran and their families in the proper direction to obtain any resources that they so rightfully have earned and deserve.
Conservative estimates report that at least 30% of combat veterans suffer from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder.
At least half of those never seek treatment, and those who do reach out receive “minimally adequate” care, at best.
Our goal at Equinox Ranch is to empower veterans that struggle with the daily hardships of readjusting to civilian life. We provide the necessary community and resources that truly can make a difference in their lives.
Groves-Walker American Legion Post 346 serves the needs of veterans in Farmington, Farmington Hills and surrounding Michigan communities. We offer members a warm, family friendly atmosphere, numerous get-togethers providing fun and comradery, and opportunities to step up and help fellow veterans and the community. Post 346, veterans helping veterans, their families and the community since 1922.
The mission of Healing America’s Heroes is “Helping veterans help themselves.” through the use of recreational therapeutic support programs and vocational training programs for veterans affected by service to our country.
Become part of the team! What our organization is formed to do is provide veterans the setups to start a therapeutic agriculture based hobby in the safety and security of their own backyard. This could be having a bee hive, garden, pond, or a flock of chickens. We will provide the startup “kits” and provide the education and guidance to help make them successful.
Horses Help serves the special needs and at risk community by using horses and people to improve quality of life.
Our vision for the future is to provide the special needs community a therapeutic and recreational equine environment where collaborative efforts of like minded organizations and volunteers can work together to design construct and implement unique animal assisted opportunities maintaining the highest industry standards, while providing professional development of its participants, therapists, instructors, staff and volunteers, insuring growth and diversity of the organization for years to come.
Our Mission is mostly to prevent the 22 Combat Veterans a day that commit suicide. We do this through all expense paid Hunting and Fishing Adventures for Combat Veterans to get them into the outdoors with a group of other Combat Veterans. They are able to talk about their similar situations and know that what they say is never repeated. They are able to learn that they are not alone in the mental fight they all share. Being in the outdoors most often calms their mind of the nightmares and allows them to heal mentally. Many return to their Families a more calm person, thus creating the domino effect. The Domino effect is where the Family can now be more calm and they can all heal together.
Liberty Jump Team Inc seeks to remember and keep the public aware both in the US and Europe of the great sacrifices made by the brave men and women of WWII and all Foreign wars.We also seek to honor the current men and women of the Airborne trained in the US Army today. This is accomplshed by volunteers from the current Armed Forces as well as Foreign and US Military retired and reservists. These volunteers donate their time, resources and energy into a mission to keep these memories alive for the future generations.Our commemorative jumps are accomplished through professional relationships with key organizers of such events in Europe and US as well as various Veteran’s organizations.We also encourage our members to seek chances to honor the veterans with other similiar organizations as well performing jumps.Many of our members have a family member who is a veteran and for them this mission holds very close to the heart.