Warriors Heart was recently honored by receiving a donation from the Fresh Thyme company in support of those who serve our country. Here are a few more highlights from the event including a few scenes of our team receiving the check and giving a talk to those who attended.
Tom Spooner recently made an appearance on The Steffan Tubbs show. During the show, the Invisible Disabilities CEO/president Wayne O’Connell made an appearance to discuss more about the program. Later, Tom is introduced for the rest of the interview where they discuss a possible documentary for Warriors Heart in 2019.
Opioid addiction has become a subject of concern for many in the United States. Whether it be a family member who is currently undergoing the ill effects of opioid addiction or a loved one recovering from this addiction, it’s important to understand the effects of opioids in the body and the role that addiction plays when they are in use.
Tom Spooner made an appearance on The American Veterans Show that aired October 7th. The show includes mentions of Tom being recognized with the Invisible Heroes award, the reason as to why Warriors Heart was founded, and more details about Tom Spooner’s life.
Warriors Heart has released a list of 7 tools that can be of use to veterans during their recovery in honor of National Recovery Month. These tools are made to help prepare for life after treatment at our facility. Visit the link below to learn more about the 7 tools and how they can be of use to those fighting the war at home.
Whether firefighters are responding to an aggressive fire or a similar emergency, serving their community can be a challenging and rewarding experience. However, the need to protect civilians can wear down even the toughest warriors with many traumatic events taking their toll on mental health and leading to a wide variety of issues such as burnout.
Fresh Thyme Farmers Market will be hosting their 4th annual golf classic on September 19th, 2018. We sincerely thank Fresh Thyme for their continued support in our mission to bring these brave warriors back home.
Judge Guy Williams provided a full statement regarding his stay with Warriors Heart and the completion of his inpatient therapy. In this statement he talks more about what caused him to seek treatment, his experiences, and what he learned at our facility. You can read the full statement from Williams in the link below.
Security Service recently donated $5000 to the Warriors Heart Foundation. We are grateful for their contribution that will help us create a community of healing for warriors across the United States. Security Service reiterated their commitment to helping our veterans, and how they hope the donation will help them focus on their healing without having to worry about insurance or private funding.
Warriors Heart was recently featured on the All Secure Foundation site as a resource for those in need of substance abuse. We’re honored to be part of the mission to help bring back our warriors home to their families and help them win the fight against addiction and PTSD.