My Why: Don Prince
A very close friend of mine encouraged me to visit the Warrior’s Heart website, and review them as a potential first responder facility for addiction and post traumatic stress. I called the 800 number and was pleasantly surprised to be speaking with Josh, a co-founder. He gave me a clear and concise description of their mission as well an overview of the day-to-day activities at Warrior’s Heart. I knew in my heart that I was talking with someone genuine. This place was something very special.
As a former fire chief on Long Island with 16 years experience and a person in recovery, I have worked in the addiction treatment field during the last few years. I have been able to compare a program that strives to make a difference in someone’s life, to others that offer bait-and-switch fluff; a less than effective clinical program to get someone in the door.
There is no bait and switch fluff at Warrior’s Heart.
On a recent visit to Texas, I saw for myself that Josh was speaking the truth. He introduced me to their dedicated staff with an incredible program, and a 100% PEER SUPPORTED veteran and first responder environment and community unlike anyplace else.
I don’t attach my name and reputation to many programs. Over the years, I have worked very hard and helped many people get the care and respect that they deserve at reputable treatment facility. I do not want my name tarnished because I recommended a program to someone that was not the best. I have the utmost confidence that when I suggest to someone that they attend the program at Warrior’s Heart, they will get the help that was promised to them. Josh and his staff take a personal interest in every single client that they touch.
Our Veterans and First Responders deserve the absolute best for their sacrifices. I am very humbled and proud to have been asked to be a part of this team.