Josh Lannon was recently featured in 1500 ESPN to talk about Warriors Heart in the radio show Cover Your Assets. In the interview he speaks more about his life story and how it led him to work on Warriors Heart.
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.
Tom Spooner, co-founder of Warriors Heart, was recently featured on the Team VTAC podcast alongside Black Rifle Coffee Canada Boss Darren Weeks. In this podcast, they talk with the host of the Team VTAC Show, Sergeant Major (RET) Kyle Lamb.
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.
Teddy Lanier, a member of the Warriors Heart family, was recently featured in an article by All Secure Foundation. The article goes into detail about what exactly led him to the gates of Warriors Heart and how his experiences and the generosity of others have helped him recover his life.
Warriors Heart was recently featured in an article from Addiction Professional where they discussed more about the word choice we use for healing. Vonnie Nealon, our clinical director, is mentioned in the article where she talks more about the importance of this language when it comes to treatment.
Chris Stricklin was recently featured on The Federalist where he talked more about Warriors Heart and the benefits that we provide to warriors. Learn more about his experience and how he learned more about the emotional journey many brave warriors take to reclaim their lives from the hands of addiction.
Warriors Heart was recently featured in The Bandera Bulletin for expanding our facilities to include a detox center. Read more about our expansion and how we plan to help warriors improve their life without the need of drugs or addictive substances.
Buzz Ponce was recently featured on ABC 10 News. The article talks more about his coast-to-coast trip in support of the Warriors Heart Foundation. It also mentions more details about his trip, including how Buzz is starting his 3,100 mile bike ride today and how he hopes to reach St. Augustine on July 1st.