Our inspiration was a young man in our community who served in Iraq.
These families have given their very best. We owe it to them to never forget their heroes or the sacrifices made. Through Gold Star Respite, families of the fallen are invited to stay at the Heroes Hope Home in Arizona or attend one of several retreats held through out the year.
Extended families are welcome to the Heroes Hope Home so parents, grandparents and siblings can join spouses and children of the fallen for some much deserved respite, relaxation and rejuvenation.
At retreats, families have the time to reflect and relax and have some fun with other families who share a special bond because that cannot be explained. Counseling and group sessions are available for those who wish to participate.
It is a place of hope, love and rejuvenation. The way you spend your time is up to you. Journey Camp provides a means for adventure, relationship building and healing. This 3-day retreat focuses on Christian principles and values as they relate to the career paths of young adults. PS23 graduates are trained to help facilitate Journey Camp for younger campers and serve as peer mentors.
Multiple trail runs in the Blue Ridge Mountains with instruction from elite trail runners covering training, technical trail running, hill running, running form, strength training, nutrition, 1st aid, blister care, and night running.
Our goal is to facilitate access to the camaraderie and mentorship that can be found in the trail running community to people who would really benefit from that. We also hope to communicate the restorative experience of time spent running on trails in nature.
A host of world-class athletes and coaches will mentor participants in the technical aspects of trail running, as well as, running form, racing nutrition, training plans, blister care and prevention, stretching and strengthening, and Leave No Trace ethics.
There is no fitness requirement. Brat Pack 11 http: Bravehearts Veterans Retreats Illinois http: The retreats are geared towards veterans who have experienced combat related trauma, military sexual trauma, veteran couples and Gold Star families.
During the retreats, veterans are able to utilize experiences with horses and group process to gain to mastery, life skills and healing while spending time with other veterans. The retreats are facilitated by Vet Center counselors.
Expert staff and volunteers provide activities with horses. Opportunities to participate in meditation, group discussions and free time are often included. Grooming, leading, riding, carriage driving and foundation horsemanship are some of the equine activities used.
Over 6, children have been served and the program has expanded to 23 camps in 19 states. Although any child from a military family is eligible, registration priority is given to children of wounded, disabled or fallen military service members.
Campers participate in fun, traditional camp activities combined with grief education and emotional support, led by bereavement professionals and trained volunteers.
There are currently 46 camp locations across the United States. During their visit to camp, perhaps for the first time in their young lives, the children have the opportunity to openly discuss their feelings and experiences.
Through the support of pediatric grief specialists the children partake in art and music therapy programs and optional discussion groups. The children are afforded the opportunity to enjoy typical summer camp activities such as swimming, dance, arts and crafts, archery, drama, canoeing, fishing, climbing and more.
But more importantly, the children are given many opportunities to begin or continue the healing process. This also includes separation from a parent who is serving abroad in the military or who have now returned home.
Camp consists of music, art, sports, recreation and special guests.
Children are nurtured physically, mentally and emotionally. We teach them at camp that they are over-comers. Camp is free of charge to those who are accepted; we do fill up by our May 31st deadline camp is Julyso apply soon. Military parent over the last 35 years.The Intrepid Fallen Heroes Fund provides gifts to military families that have paid the ultimate price: the loss of a loved one in defense of our country.
Our goal is to provide financial support to help spouses and children of military personnel through any immediate or long-term financial difficulties they may face.
The purpose and mission of this (c)(3) organization is to create, establish, and help maintain the Fallen Soldier Monument at each hometown high school of Florida graduates who have lost their lives defending the United States of America in our war against terrorism.
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