Tom Spooner was recently interviewed by Warriors Magazine where he talks more about Warriors Heart and how our treatment is tuned to the lives of the military and first responders. Tom also talks more about the dangers of leaving warriors to fight their battle alone and how important it is to reach out for help when needed.
Buzz Ponce has successfully concluded his cross country bicycle trip across the United States. This 3,100 mile trip took 8 weeks to complete and had Buzz riding in intense heat and humidity throughout most of his journey. His completion of the cross country ride comes a few days before his 70th birthday.
Buzz Ponce is nearing the end of his cross country journey on a bicycle. He started this journey to raise funds in support of the Warriors Heart Foundation to help veterans, active military, and other first responders get treatment. Learn more about his journey and his purpose in the article below.
Chris Stricklin was recently featured on CBS46 where he talked more about his fundraiser in support of our nation’s veterans. In the interview, he discusses his partnership with the Warriors Heart Foundation, his reasons behind working for veterans, and how you can help show your support.
The relationship between addiction and mental illness has been shown to be complex by many researchers. For example, 55% of those who have an addiction to drugs or alcohol will eventually develop a mental disorder.
MultiCam recently announced their role as sponsor at the annual Safariland Expedition Multi-Gun match, a four-day competition, held June 7-10, at the Pro Gun Club in Boulder City.
U.S. Air Force Colonel (ret) Chris R. Stricklin recently announced the founding of the Warriors Heart Foundation Awareness Campaign and Fundraiser. This event will take place from Flag day (June 14th) to Liberty Day (June 30th).
Tom Spooner was selected as a 2018 recipient of the Invisible Disabilities Association’s Invisible Heroes award. He was chosen for his positive impact in the lives of veterans and first responders as a co-founder at Warriors Heart. Using his personal experience with PTSD, he has brought healing and hope to many who feel invisible, abandoned, or forgotten.