War horses for veterans
Our Mission: at WHFV is to equip veterans, first responders and others for success by using reflection and personal growth. Our goal is to help veterans and first responders who experienced life-disrupting trauma to recover from their limitations, to repurpose their talents and abilities to a successful life, and to reintegrate into their families, workplaces, and communities. We envision a community of active duty military, combat veterans, first responders and others who support one another as each individual moves from trauma through recovery to a productive and sustainable life.
Through exceptional horsemanship, War Horses for Veterans provides combat veterans and first responders the tools for growth personally and professionally. The combat veterans come from all over the country. The new First Responders division serves our local Kansas City departments.
Our Mission: Charlie Five’s mission is to provide our nation’s heroes with purpose, perpetuate growth of equine assisted therapy programs while raising awareness for organizations that challenge and inspire our nation’s Veterans and First Responders.
Our Theory: Equine assisted therapy programs are growing because they work. From Veterans with PTSD to children with developmental disabilities, lifelong horse lovers already know that once a horse gets a hold of your soul it’s almost as if the rest of the world goes away.
Charlie Five is a program that uses personal experience as a model to serve fellow Veterans and First Responders. Our main goal is to provide horses to qualifying Veterans and First Responders who have participated in equine therapy so they can continue their growth and forward motion on their own.
Our Objective: Provide Veterans and First Responders with an equine at no cost that will serve as their own personal therapy/service animal.
To enhance heroes lives through horsemanship.
Establish a community where individuals with similar personal experiences and goals may bond over a common interest, the horse.
Challenge and inspire our Veteran and First Responder communities to engage in activities and programs that charge their spirit and reinvigorate their passion for service.
The Charlie and Hazel Daniels Veterans and Military Family Center at MTSU
The Daniels Center’s mission is to provide transition services for Veterans and their families as they return to civilian life after military service. The Daniels Center is centrally located on MTSU’s campus and is open to both students and non-students nationwide. Services include education benefits, employment and workforce training, mental and behavioral health counseling, financial literacy, VA benefits and home loans, emergency housing and food resources, legal assistance, navigation of VA healthcare, peer engagement, and connections to community and governmental resources so Veterans and their families can receive the benefits they have earned. The Charlie Daniels Journey Home Project has been and continues to be helpful in the consistent and significant support of the Daniels Center as it assists Veterans and their families in transition home.
Shepherd’s Men is an organization comprised of dedicated patriots committed to creating advocacy and opportunity for our nation’s veteran heroes who have been affected by the hidden injuries of war. We will serve our noble warriors by means of outreach, empowerment and funding of treatment. It is our belief that victory in combat is achieved on two fronts; on the field and in the mind. We will share the burden and lift up our war fighters in need.
Shepherd’s Men raises awareness for the most common injuries affecting returning troops since 2001, Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). They also raise funds to meet the clinical budget needs of the SHARE Military Initiative at Shepherd Center, in Atlanta, GA, the only private program of its kind in the country dedicated to treating our veterans with these injuries and helping them return to good health and life with their families.
WARRIORS HEART – ADDICTION AND CHEMICAL DEPENDENCY & PTSD TREATMENT FOR ACTIVE MILITARY, VETERANS, AND FIRST RESPONDERS
Warriors Heart® provides private treatment to adult men and women 18 and older who are seeking inpatient treatment for chemical dependency, alcohol abuse, and co-occurring psychological disorders relating to PTSD (post-traumatic stress disorder) or the psychological effects of MTBI (mild traumatic brain injury).
Warriors Heart is a privately funded treatment center located in San Antonio, where we only treat active military, veterans, firefighters, police, EMTs, and active members from across the United States that belong to organizations that protect and serve the citizens of the United States.
Operation Song’s mission is to empower veterans, active duty military, and their families to tell their stories through the process of songwriting.”
“The Charlie Daniels Journey Home Project’s support of Operation Song has been crucial to the success of our mission. The JHP has sponsored our programs at the Alvin C York VA in Murfreesboro and at the SHARE Military Initiative at the Shepherd Center in Atlanta, GA.
“I am walking away with a smile on my face and a new song in my soul.”
Chris Sheffield. 25 years in the Army, 6 years in the Special Operations
American Military Family
Our Mission: AMF GY6: STOP VETERAN SUICIDE
Our Goal: To engage veterans, to reach out to other struggling battle buddies and to form a coalition of combat veterans and families who will strengthen and empower one another.
Our Purpose: To inspire, empower, uplift and improve the quality of life for our veterans and their families.
Our Team: We are a team of trained, Suicide Prevention Certified Combat Veterans, all of whom specialize in reaching struggling/suicidal veterans by putting our “Boots on The Ground” to assist another in their time of need.
Special Forces Association Chapter 38
‘The primary mission of Special Forces Association Chapter 38 is to assist, by all lawful means and within the Chapter’s resources and capabilities, the needs of the Soldiers and Families of the 5th Special Forces Group (The Legion Family).’
Since beginning of our relationship with The Charlie Daniels Journey Home Project (TCDJHP) in 2016, they have been a willing partner to assist the Soldiers and families of the 5th Special Forces Group at Ft. Campbell, KY; including scholarship benefits and Holiday Season (Thanksgiving and Christmas) support to less fortunate Soldiers.
Shadow Warriors Project
Shadow Warriors Project is a faith-based non-profit started by Mark “Oz” Geist and his wife Krystal after Mark was injured in Benghazi on September 12, 2012. We exist to instill hope, promote dignity, and improve the quality of life for our nation’s contractors, veterans, and their families. It is the only charity of its kind. In addition to providing financial assistance for needs such as medical bills, PTSD treatment, and more, our K9 Program brings the warriors we serve a renewed sense of purpose to their lives.
The Legion Fund
The Legion Fund is a charitable entity dedicated solely to assisting 5th Special Forces Group (Airborne), an elite Green Beret unit stationed at Fort Campbell, KY. Continuously deployed to the Middle East since 9/11, this Unit and their families have borne a heavy burden during America’s war against terror. The Legion Fund works to ease this burden and address identified needs to this extraordinary community that serves our nation. The Charlie Daniels Journey Home Project has and continues to play an integral role in providing emergency aid and merit-based education scholarships to the 5th Group community.