Warriors Heart is a private healing center that provides active military, law enforcement, firefighters, EMS, and other first responders with the treatments they need to fight against chemical dependencies and PTSD. Learn more about us in the words of one brave warrior who has gone through our program.
The Bandera Bulletin covered our recent Warriors Heart Trial Run presented by Uber CrossFit, Through the Storm Outfitters, and the Warriors Heart Foundation. The event included a 5K run through the undeveloped acreage on the facility and also included a one mile kids run, vendors, equipment and athletic raffle, food trucks, and the local band Kattl performing.
Tom Spooner was recently featured in an interview with Your Health Matters host Dr. Craig M. Wax. In this powerful interview, Spooner shared information about his military background and what the purpose of Warriors Heart is.
Warriors Heart was recently honored by being presented a donation from Fresh Thyme Farmer’s Market during their 3rd Annual Golf Classic. Here are some highlights from the event.
For Veterans Day, AZ Daily Mix host Catherine Anaya interviews Jason Pistillo, President of the University of Advancing Technology (UAT). They’ve partnered with Warriors Heart to provide technical skills training to veterans and first responders who graduate from the Warriors Heart addiction and PTSD treatment program.
Jason describes UAT as a “Julliard for tech” and provides their alumni with admission and financial support to help rebuild their lives.
For more information about the Warriors Heart Veteran Scholarship please visit UAT.edu.
Fresh Thyme Farmers Market recently released their weekly company newsletter with more information about their 3rd annual Fresh Thyme Giving Tree Golf Classic. In it, Fresh Thyme reveals more information about the event and how their support has helped bring awareness to veteran suicide.
Warriors Heart and the Fresh Thyme Golf event were recently promoted on the Chicago radio show The Steve Cochran Show. There Fresh Thyme revealed the massive size of the event – 465 golfers and 50-60 volunteers in 4 golf courses. We are grateful for their support in bringing awareness for our veterans and first responders.
Vonnie Nealon, our clinical lead, was recently featured in an article about the dangers of alcohol withdrawal. There she describes how alcohol affects the mind and how it can also be severe and life-threatening.
Warriors Heart was recently featured in an article written by Chuck Norris, known for his extensive work in TV and film. In it, Chuck describes his viewpoint on PTSD and the importance of treating those who sacrifice their lives for our country with the help of people who have gone through the same set of experiences.
Warriors Heart recently sponsored an event where military members (active, retired, and veteran), National Guard, and reserves were allowed free entry into the San Antonio Zoo. We were featured on both NBC and KENS5 about our effort to honor those who have served our country.