Our mission is to help Veterans dealing with any and all mental health problems. We seek to help anyone looking for a place to go or a person to talk to. We have no screening or application process to be accepted into our program. Anyone looking for help will receive it, at absolutely no cost.
We understand that talking about mental illness can be incredibly hard and uncomfortable. That’s why we have adopted an attitude of complete acceptance and understanding. We also understand that those still serving may not want to seek help because of fear of repercussion from doing so. We want to eliminate that fear. Anyone looking for our help can do so completely confidentially. It is our belief that no one should ever be afraid to seek help. If you don’t know where to go, we will always be there for you.
We seek to improve the lives of veterans dealing with mental illness. We do this through peer mentorship from our network of fellow veterans and active duty mentors. We aim to create a constant support network for those needing it the most.
A major part of our process is to get our veterans involved in community service and outreach projects. We believe that getting our members involved in projects that help those around them can be a huge part of the healing process. Most of us have a deep desire to serve others and we want to help foster that.