Operation Enduring Warrior's (OEW) mission is to honor, empower, and motivate our nation’s wounded military and law enforcement veterans through physical, mental, and emotional rehabilitation. Our programs help participants overcome adversity and hardship through innovation, teamwork, and perseverance. This ultimately enables the lives of our wounded military and public service veterans to go in directions they may have once thought were impossible.
We believe that officers who suffer emotional injuries should be recognized and their service to the community honored.
We believe it’s time to put names and faces to the men and women who have died because their emotional injuries became too much to bear.
We believe it’s time to support the families who have lost loved ones to those injuries.
We believe in the saying, “It is not how they died that mattered, it is how they lived”.
"A First Responder Marriage - Surviving Critical Incidents"
Multiple critical incidents during their careers as officers and spouses tested them professionally and personally. They share their personal story. They are also available for consulting if your agency needs assistance starting a Peer Support Team.
Soldiers rarely forget what they have seen and done. For those serving or having served, getting out of their own heads- isolated with their memories and thoughts; instead of being present and living their best life in the present moment can be a huge challenge. We understand that challenge and that is why the Big Red Barn Retreat (BRBR) offers integrated tools for survival at home so they can thrive. These integrated tools are alternatives to traditional treatments; and are provided to veterans, active duty service members and first responders at little to no cost to them. So, we encourage you to step out of your comfort zone and join your brothers and sisters in arms at the BRBR as you begin to heal and live the life you deserve.
Welcome to MS LEAPS (Mississippi Law Enforcement Alliance for Peer Support)!
We are a team of trained law enforcement officers of all types, including but not limited to:
My blog and YouTube series is probably the best way to get to know me before we meet; it may be found at www.yourweeklysession.blogspot.com (blog) and "Psychology Live!" (YouTube) with Dr. Gail Majcher. I am located in the heart of beautiful downtown Northville. I was co-host of WJR AM760's "Sunday Sessions" for three years ; I also helped establish "InterSessions", the on-campus psychological services clinic at Moody Theological Seminary in Plymouth. I am the therapist you want to call when the others haven't worked out for you...or you haven't before been to psychotherapy. Remember, if nothing changes, nothing changes!
The Joseph F. Bronge III Memorial Foundation is a nonprofit, charitable organization providing financial relief to the families of fallen or disabled law enforcement officers in the Chicagoland Area. The foundation’s objective is to assist families in situations where crisis strikes a law enforcement officer and the resulting benefits fall short or are non-existent. Our intent is to create a legacy that highlights Joey’s passion of always lending a hand to the unfortunate and increase appreciation for law enforcement officers.
The Officer Down Memorial Page, Inc., (ODMP) is a non-profit organization dedicated to honoring America's fallen law enforcement heroes. More than 23,000 officers have made the ultimate sacrifice in the United States since 1791 and ODMP is honored to preserve their memories and give friends, family, other officers, and citizens alike the opportunity to remember them and honor their sacrifices.
The Wounded Blue, the national assistance and support organization for injured and disabled law enforcement officers, provides resources for officers that have experienced physical and emotional injuries on duty. Our mission is to improve the lives of injured and disabled officers through support programs that build unity, resiliency and wellness within the law enforcement community.
The Objective Zero Foundation contributes to local, state, and national efforts that prevent suicide. We accomplish this by enhancing social connectedness and access to suicide prevention resources.
A mission-driven tech start-up, Objective Zero seeks to connect service members, veterans, their families, and caregivers to suicide prevention support and resources.
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“Cops understand Cops. We’ve been exposed to similar situations in our careers. Whether you’re active duty or retired and feel like no one understands what you're going through, we want to answer your CALL.”
Kamp George is in the business of changing and shaping lives. The work we do at our Non-Profit Organization is aimed at providing a holistic approach to solving some of our Wounded Heroes and their families biggest challenges. We make sure our partners are empowered by creating opportunities for individuals with Disabilities.
Since the spring of 2018 , KG Xpedition Recon has been guiding Overlanding trips across the the Midwest to help promote Kamp George for Wounded Heroes. After seeing the support from the Off-Road Community we decide to start a Overland Rally team to bring even more awareness to Kamp George. As of now the Kamp operates Nine week out of the summer for our military and public safety personnel that are suffering from their disabilities.
After separating from the military, a large number of veterans are looking for something to replace the void that the military left. Many veterans suffer from PTSD (post traumatic stress disorder) and sometimes traditional treatment is not enough. Recreational therapy uses recreational based activities. My vision is to raise donations to help veterans find their purpose in life by taking them on adventures planned by veterans.
Originally called "Veterans 1st", Project 65 takes on the ambitious goal of ending suicide in both veteran and first responder populations.
Founders, Annette and Shawn Owens started Project 65 in response to losing several friends and loved ones to suicide, many of which were veterans. After talking with the surviving family members, they found that many of their lost friends were suffering from PTSD-like symptoms. Seeing the impact on the surviving family members, and having firsthand experience with these issues, the two tried to find support for themselves and their loved ones.
Project 65 gives 100% of your donations to help cover the costs of crisis intervention, mental and other healthcare visits for veterans.
The Long Walk Home’s mission is to help veterans make the transition from military to civilian life.
The Long Walk Home is a metaphor for the difficult and often ignored re-entry process for our servicemen and women, especially those who served in combat.
We are dedicated to enhancing the dignity, honor and quality of life of our service men and women by providing a comprehensive program of re-entry services related to medical and mental health, re-socialization, personal finance and career development.