WARRIORS SOAR supports its members in many different ways. By hosting programs through the year, we give disabled veterans opportunities to participate in events out of their homes that they may not otherwise have access to attend. Our veterans also have opportunities to bond with other veterans and find healthy ways to cope with mental or physical injuries they may carry.
We recommend the following resources for Veterans and their families looking for additional support.
Independence Corps https://independencecorps.org/
Helping to restore injured American Veterans their Independence, freedom and dignity that comes with greater Mobility.
WoundedVets.org is an organization for and by Wounded and Disabled American Veterans. We are devoted to serving the needs of our Brothers & Sisters who have served, fought & suffered for our freedoms.
Catch A Lift Fund https://catchaliftfund.org/
The Catch A Lift Fund(CAL) helps post 9/11 combat wounded veterans all over the U.S. recover, rehabilitate and reintegrate through physical fitness by providing them with gym memberships, in home gym equipment, personalized fitness programs and a peer to peer support network.
Team RWB https://www.teamrwb.org/
Team RWB’s mission is to enrich the lives of America’s veterans by connecting them to their community through physical and social activity.
Wishes for Warriors https://www.wishesforwarriorscorp.org
Our mission is to help combat wounded vets engage in therapeutic outdoor adventures after experiencing a life altering injury. With that, we offer and encourage all types of therapeutic activity. Whether it is hunting, skydiving, fishing, kayaking, mountain biking...basically anything that gets these men and women, out and back to enjoying what they loved to do before injury or never thought they could do after injury. As we like to say, we are here to prove that there is life after war.
Connect with the Veterans Crisis Line to reach caring, qualified responders with the Department of Veterans Affairs. Many of them are Veterans themselves.
Check out this short video from the Patton Veterans Project.
WARNING: This short film is very emotionally charged and shows how suicide impacts the lives of those that are close. However, these are the realities that veterans battle in support of their brothers and sisters.