Warriors Healing Network

The Warriors Healing Network was founded to help facilitate psychedelic treatments to combat veterans and police officers who have been diagnosed with PTSD, and require financial assistance to get the help they need to fight for their lives.

What Every Veteran Should Know

What every Veteran Should Know is a remarkable resource. They send updates and publish new books every year. Veterans Information Service publishes this annual book and a monthly supplemental bulletin service. These unparalleled publications provide veterans and their families a single source of timely, easily accessible benefits information, including public record, pending legislation, bills, laws and policies of the various US government Veterans Administration organizations and their subsidiaries.


LifeCampUSA is an all-expense paid summer camp for young men (6th-8th graders) who have lost their fathers to US military or law enforcement service (either direct service or suicide).The goals of LifeCampUSA are threefold: 1. To assist in the transition from adolescence to young adulthood by modeling biblical “manly” values, principles, and behaviors. 2. To affirm or introduce the value of spiritual faith in one’s life. 3. To provide assistance in the grief process associated with the loss of a father. After each camp the boys are followed up through an established aftercare program called LifeCare, which reinforces the lessons learned at camp and encourages the camper to engage with sports, academics, church, community service projects, or other youth groups.


Operation Restored Warrior’s purpose is to introduce veterans who have experienced the destructive effects of combat to the healing power of Jesus, and to see veteran warriors, their families, friends and communities discover their purpose in life. For more than a thousand veterans, Operation Restored Warrior has stepped into the gap, RESCUING, REBUILDING and RESTORING our most at-risk veterans. Are you a veteran struggling with the long-term effects of combat? Are you the loved one of a veteran, perhaps a spouse, parent, sibling or friend? Or, are you a person of resources and influence who is passionate about making an impact in the lives of these men and women? Then, ORW is for you.

Our Heroes Dreams

We are an all volunteer veterans and first responders non profit helping provide an avenue for those struggling to transition from military and public service back into civilian status. Our bootcamps and retreats help the family unit become one while helping find a new mission to replace the old mission. Our goal is to help our warriors find their way from suicidal thoughts and attempts or a slow numbing death from living inside the bottle, to their new life with a complete makeover and accompanying business plan for their new life mission. Ultimately, helping lower the 22 a day suicide rate, one family at a time! All of our counselors have been there and understand what it’s like to live in the bottle or to be so numb they can’t escape the couch. All of our counselors understand that the deadliest battlefield our warriors face is the HomeFront Battlefield and vow to never leave another brother or sister behind! We offer a four phase program for our warriors and their families!

Memory Care for Veterans

MemoryCare.com is an online platform where seniors and their families can access guides to finding the best care and facilities in their area. We created a valuable resource that dives into the complexities of dementia and presents a range of treatment options, as well as highlighting various VA programs and resources.

Operation 300

The heart of Operation 300 is to take care of Gold and White Star Families and honor the sacrifice that has been made by their family member in service to our country. Op300’s founding program is Gold Star Kids Camps. The camps provide an opportunity to participate in activities that embody the spirit of adventure that characterized the lives of their absent parent while fostering a culture of courage, strength, freedom, endurance, honor, and Godly morality that has been embodied by fearless patriots throughout the history of our American Republic. Op300 also offers Gold Star Father Retreats, where fathers who have lost a child have a time of bonding, adventure activities, and healing. Founded in honor of SOC (SEAL) Aaron Vaughn who was KIA on Aug. 6th 2011 in the shoot down of Extortion 17. Op300 continues to look for opportunities to care for and expand opportunities to care for those families that have given their best to protect our country’s freedom.

The Mesothelioma Center

The Mesothelioma Center at Asbestos.com provides resources for veterans regarding asbestos exposure and mesothelioma cancer. Asbestos was widely used by all branches of the military, resulting in a high number of mesothelioma claims from veterans. We offer free resources, including one-on-one consultations with top-quality doctors, and assistance with filing claims for asbestos exposure. Our goal is to help veterans access the information and support they need to navigate this challenging situation.

VA Disability

This resource aims to provide help to veterans to obtain proper disability compensation, financial assistance, information about the GI bill, and other related services. It seeks to assist veterans in navigating complex processes and procedures and ensuring they receive the support they deserve. With a focus on helping veterans achieve their goals and improve their lives, this resource is a valuable tool for anyone who has served in the military.

Transitioning Combat Veterans

Serves the needs of transitioning combat veterans suffering from PTSD, mental illness, catastrophic injuries by guiding them along their path to wellness through forward thinking holistic healthcare, Service Dogs, residential retreats and activities.