Fishing is one of the most accessible pastimes for people of all ages. Leisurely, yet challenging, and easy to to do on any budget, fishing is a wonderful sport that can help relieve the symptoms of PTSD for veterans and service members.
Nick Carissimi of CBS’s radio show Better Living recently sat down with Josh and Lisa Lannon to find out how they started their journey to help our nation’s heroes with their struggles.
Warriors Heart was recently featured in Yahoo! Finance for our New Year’s resolution plan to ensure that those who serve our country are able to keep their goals for 2017.
Warriors Heart recently unveiled their New Year’s Resolution Sobriety Plan to help those who have served our country stay on track with their behavioral goals for 2017.
Tom Spooner shares how his life experiences with Newsmax Health and how it led to him co-founding Warriors Heart. Tom shares more about his battle with PTSD and how he believes Warriors Heart can help treat those undergoing the same battle.
MSN shares a segment about Warriors Heart on CBS’s Health Watch.
Annette Hill shares how her son’s experience with PTSD has led her to help others who are undergoing the same battle.
Warriors Heart Co-founder and former Special Forces Tom Spooner urges President-Elect Trump to prioritize mental health care in his 10 Point Plan to Reform the Department of Veteran Affairs.
Warriors Heart is honored to receive a Behavioral Health Care Accreditation from the Joint Commission. Since Warriors Heart opened in April, we have been able to serve many first responders in need of private, peer-to-peer, and personalized care for the addiction and depression that controlled their lives.
I sometimes have been asked why I am no longer in Law Enforcement and what am I doing today. The answer has always been really simple. After I explain “My Why,” people understand and almost always have a certain respect for my life’s mission.
I am proud to say that today I am moving forward with Warriors Heart and helping soldiers and first responders around the country. I have been blessed by the grace of God to be able to impact so many positively in the struggle.
I am committed to doing what I love and loving what I do. To follow my why. Why am I so passionate about assisting our Warriors in healing from addiction and PTSD? Looking back and connecting the dots, like in Steve Jobs’ commencement speech to Stanford University in 2005, was easy. I didn’t have to…