Seasonal affective disorder, or SAD, is a mental health concern that affects between 1 and 10 percent of adults in the United States. Despite having a reputation as a “less serious” form of depression, SAD can have a serious effect on your life.
Tom Spooner appeared on the New York Sports and Beyond podcast, where he spoke on his experience in the military, his readjustment to civilian life, and the mission on his heart to fight veteran suicides in the United States.
During his segment on the podcast, Tom speaks about the founding of Mission 22, and his involvement in founding Warriors Heart to provide much-needed private care to military veterans and first responders.
CBS Minnesota’s Health Watch reports on the recovery program present at the Warriors Heart Ranch. Featuring the service dogs rescued through Warriors Heart, alongside other treatment methods to return Warriors to a peaceful and balanced lifestyle.
Warriors Heart is hosting a Grand Opening on Saturday, October 15th. The facility, which has been open since April, has already benefited many Warriors who have chosen to seek assistance.
Safe Call Now is a 24-hour crisis referral service created to prevent police and first responders from feeling alone during a crisis. For first responders nationwide, Safe Call Now provides assistance and referral to programs where treatment and healing can take place. Warriors Heart has created a partnership with Safe Call Now in order to provide support and assistance to warriors from across the country.
Magnus Johnson and the Mission 22 team have come together to create a mobile memorial honoring the 22 veterans who commit suicide, on average, every day. Currently, this memorial is housed on Warriors Heart grounds. Josh and Lisa Lannon are featured in this video describing Magnus’ mission, along with Annette Hill, as she speaks about the impact the memorial has on her grieving process.
As of April 6th, Warriors Heart has officially opened its doors to millions of warriors in need of healing. Our dedicated team has been working hard at providing a fully inclusive environment for warriors in many walks of life to recover from various physical and mental ailments as well as substance addictions. We have been licensed by the state of Texas to run the first private residential treatment program in the US for Warriors Only in Bandera, Texas.
We’ve also been featured in the Bandera Bulletin!
In an article covering the Warriors Heart grand opening, the Mission 22 memorial was featured heavily. Titled “The War At Home,” the memorial standing on Warriors Heart grounds has been designed in honor of the 22 veterans on average, who commit suicide daily.
Warriors Heart is proud to announce the formation of the Operation Warriors Heart Foundation. By helping supplement costs during the healing process more veterans will be able to heal with dignity and respect without having to worry about insurance or private funding.