Save a Warrior
Save A Warrior is an original, Warrior-led, well-grounded and timeless journey for active duty military, returning veterans and first responders who feel desperately alone. Give them a week and you will change the way you see - and live - your life.
They provide counseling services in the fields of mental health and wellness, suicide prevention and post-traumatic stress to veterans, military personnel, police, firefighters and other first responders.
To expand on what it is that Save A Warrior offers is that they provide an alternative, warrior-led, holistic service that equips veterans, military personnel, police, firefighters and other first responders with a community of support and effective techniques to overcome the symptoms associated with post-traumatic stress and suicidal ideations.
The USVMC OH Fallen Heroes Fund is established in remembrance of U.S. Armed Forces service members who have given the ultimate sacrifice in defense of Freedom and Democracy for our great Nation. This program funds scholarships intended to honor their service and to remember that it was their selfless devotion to duty that has enabled us to pursue our goals and dreams. Recipients of the Scholarship are encouraged to learn about the Fallen Heroes and to work to promote the recognition and memory of these Fallen Heroes within their community.
Funds raised via this program are provided directly to Veteran Scholarship programs that mirrors the integrity and excellence most reflective of our organization. These tangible donations to military hero scholarship programs ensures scholarship viability and provide a marked difference in the nation that our heroes fought so valiantly to defend.
After over a decade of fighting, many soldiers and their families find themselves dealing with the effects of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). The statistics related to this are staggering; especially, considering it is not unusual for the affected soldier and/or his family to go untreated.
In conjunction with CrossSword Connection and Crosswinds Foundation, Front Porch Media has produced a new documentary to help educate soldiers, their families, and the general public about the effects and symptoms of PTSD, some of the treatments being offered, as well as, where to seek needed help. Copies of the film are now being made available to our veterans and their families, free of charge. Simply contact us and we will gladly follow up with a phone call. Please don't wait as USVMC-OH stands ready to help.
"Keeping a hero's dream alive!"