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Rob Landsrud - Warriors Heart is an addiction and PTSD treatment center for active military, veterans, and first responders. Contact us today at (844) 448-2567.

My Why: Rob Landsrud

Rob Landsrud Facilities Manager Rob Landsrud was born & raised in Minnesota.  It was from there he joined the US Navy.  Rob is now the Facilities Manager at Warriors Heart.  It is his job to ensure that Warriors Heart remains a safe and comfortable location for our Warriors to be.  Rob and his team work…

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Warriors Heart is an addiction and PTSD treatment center for active military, veterans, and first responders. Contact us today at (844) 448-2567.

My Why: Megan Hill

Mental health is finally getting the recognition that it deserves in this country and our veterans and active-duty military need our care and services more than ever. I am passionate about mental health and believe that serving our warriors when they come home is our duty to them. Although I was not able to serve…

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Warriors Heart is an addiction and PTSD treatment center for active military, veterans, and first responders. Contact us today at (844) 448-2567.

My Why: Dona Evans

Dona Evans Bookkeeper Dona was born in Kerrville, Texas. She was raised not far from there on a working ranch in Bandera, Texas where she attended school in both Bandera and Medina. The last two years of high school, Dona worked at Bandera Downs as a marketing and publicity assistant. Dona took an opportunity out…

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Warriors Heart is an addiction and PTSD treatment center for active military, veterans, and first responders. Contact us today at (844) 448-2567.

My Why: Kristina De La Fuente

Kristina De La Fuente Art Assistant Kristina De La Fuente was born in Stuttgart, Germany to US Army Sergeant First Class Roger Blair Scharmen (deceased) and Gabriella Ruth Muller (deceased), a German native. The life of a “Military Brat” took her on many adventures, both locally and internationally.  Kristina and her family settled in Bandera…

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Warriors Heart is an addiction and PTSD treatment center for active military, veterans, and first responders. Contact us today at (844) 448-2567.

My Why: Cee Bueno

Cee Bueno LMFT/ LCDC Cee comes from a long line of family members who have served in the Marines, Army, Navy, Airforce, Coast Guard and Police Force. Her connection and passion for the warrior community, has been one that has developed over the last 25 years stemming from her time in Southern California as a…

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Warriors Heart is an addiction and PTSD treatment center for active military, veterans, and first responders. Contact us today at (844) 448-2567.

My Why: Brian Scott

Brian Scott Client Relations Brian was born in California. He eventually moved to the Hill Country of Texas. Brian is a volunteer firefighter and enjoys serving his community and surrounding towns. Brian has family that has served in law enforcement, military, and firefighting. My Why: I came to Warriors Heart to be able to serve Warriors that…

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Bailey LaHouse - Warriors Heart is an addiction and PTSD treatment center for active military, veterans, and first responders. Contact us today at (844) 448-2567.

My Why: Bailey LaHouse

Bailey LaHouse Program Director Bailey was born in Bossier City, Louisiana and raised in Longview, Tx where she lived for 24 years. She is the oldest of 5 girls and has always displayed natural leadership qualities. Bailey graduated from high school in 2012 at age 16; two years early and with honors. After completing high…

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bill whitley - Warriors Heart is an addiction and PTSD treatment center for active military, veterans, and first responders. Contact us today at (844) 448-2567.

My Why: Bill Whitley

I have circled military personnel & law enforcement all my life. I’m grateful for both their sacrifice & commitment. Seemingly regardless of cost. When I first heard of Warrior’s Heart, a few years ago, I was intrigued. The longer I thought about it, the more I felt as if this was where God wanted me.…

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