Arizona Veteran? Find Your Battle Buddy at the Warrior Healing Center
"On the battlefield, the military pledges to leave no soldier behind. As a nation, let it be our pledge that when they return home, we leave no veteran behind." -Dan Lipinski
In the United States today, we're privileged to have an all-volunteer force serving in our military. The United States made basic promises to our soldiers, but with complicated red tape, those promises have proven difficult to keep.
The reality is, that many of the services are unreachable, and it's almost impossible not to become snarled in red tape. With the overworked and overstretched Veterans Administration struggling to keep up, it's become difficult for veterans to connect with the services they've earned. It's so difficult, in fact, many give up.
The Warrior Healing Center: Filling a Need
The Warrior Healing Center (WHC) was established to help veterans and their families connect with the services they've not only earned but in some cases, desperately need.
According to their website, the Warrior Healing Center in Sierra Vista is, "a non-profit organization started to address the need for coordinated services for veterans in the area."
This video from the Warrior Healing Center's Facebook page, explains the dire need to help our veterans, especially in Cochise County.
The Warrior Healing Center addresses the mind, body, and soul of veterans with a wide range of volunteer-driven services and activities. They work together to provide a lifeline for veterans and families in crisis.
Need a battle buddy who understands where you've been? They've got your six.
What if you're struggling and don't know where to find the help you need? They have experts at the WHC to connect you with the benefits you may not even know you're entitled to.
Healing Invisible Scars
The folks at the Warrior Healing Center know veterans face unique challenges, and many carry scars both seen and unseen. They're always ready to help.
According to the Department of Veterans Affairs, a shocking number of veterans commit suicide every day. It's an astonishing statistic many of us are afraid to face, but statistically, an average of twenty-two veterans commit suicide every day. The services and connections the Warrior Healing Center provides can help.
The Warrior Healing Center Doors Are Always Open
According to Tim Kirk, founder of the Warrior Healing Center, "It's just not true. Not only is the Warrior Healing Center open, we're expanding our services to Veterans every day."
The Warrior Healing Center is always there to help veterans and their families. If you or someone you know needs a little extra help and connection, stop by the Sierra Vista, Arizona location at 1838 Paseo San Luis in Sierra Vista or call (520) 221-4093, and learn more HERE.
As a registered 501c3 organization, they happily accept donations to support their many endeavors. Make your tax-deductible donation here, and help save the lives of 22 veterans every day.