THE PROBLEM:

45,000 veteran-related non-profits exist in the US.

Millions of dollars are spent on PTSD-relief initiatives every year.

Yet, 20% of veterans with PTSD become addicted to drugs or alcohol, and 22 veterans commit suicide every day.

Something isn't working.

It's time for a different approach.

 

OUR SOLUTION:

The Heroes and Horses’ three-phase reintegration program, which is offered to qualifying veterans at no cost, utilizes the remote wilderness of Montana, in addition to the horse/human connection, to challenge and inspire personal growth in veterans suffering from mental and physical scars.

 

OUR PROCESS:

This innovative program utilizes expedition-style horse pack trips to teach self-reliance, teamwork and perseverance. Led by experienced instructors, many of whom are combat veterans and program graduates themselves, these veterans and their pack animals travel into the wilderness on epic, life-changing journeys of self-discovery.

Heroes and Horses inspires veterans to move beyond the difficulties experienced from years of war, towards a life of restoration and hope. This unique experience challenges these individuals, invokes change, and helps them to develop new ways to approach and solve problems. By challenging what challenges them, veterans can make peace with their past and replace devastating memories with positive ones.

 

OUR RESULTS:

Many of the existing programs offered to veterans suffering from PTSD fail when it comes to rehabilitating these individuals in a realistic and long-lasting way.  The available solutions, many of which include the over-prescribing of medications and shielding from stress-inducing situations, is short-sighted and does not get to the root of the issue. Our program is not a “short cut”. It is not the “easy way out”. It is challenging, it is intense, and, perhaps most importantly, it mandates that you look within yourself to rediscover your inner-strength, confidence, and purpose.

THIS IS #NOTAVACATION

 

 
 

 
 

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