Today we are proud to announce a new service available through our Honor & Courage Program. We are trying to do our part to reduce the number of Veteran suicides that are occurring – so allow us to introduce you to our new Force Protection Program. Often times when a warrior is going through hard times […]
1st Annual 22 WOD To End Veteran Suicide On Sunday, February 22, 2015 over 35 gyms and crossfit boxes participated in the first annual fundraiser and awareness event to spotlight that 22 Veterans are taking their lives each day – and that we need to come together as a community to change that number from […]
On February 22nd we want to get as many Box/Gym’s to to join together at 12:20pm and complete a WOD to End Veteran Suicide. In order to best fit everyone’s Gym we will go with each Box/Gym creating their own WOD 22. All we ask is that you have 22 exercises with each one […]
So you have all seen those Ice Water Challenges for ALS right? OK well our very own Young Marine Luke Sliwinski from our Honor & Courage program has created the PIE IN THE FACE Challenge. We are bringing awareness to Veteran Suicide and PTSD. 22 Veterans commit suicide each day. That is not acceptable and […]
Recently, the topic of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder has become the forefront of discussion especially with the inclusion of events involving veterans and the military.
Suicides in the Army were at a record level in July 2011. You can get help for yourself or someone you know by calling 1-800-273-8255 and Press 1. .
The following article, courtesy of the New York Times, provides an insight into the current high rate of suicides that are being experienced both by the active duty community and by those veterans that are amongst us in the civilian world.
There were a record number of suicides for the month of June for the Army with a rate of about one soldier killed a day. This is startling information. Please, for both active duty and veterans alike, if you are having problems or know someone has please seek help and talk to someone. The VA […]
Operation Ward 57 reaches out to all soldiers and their family members. Please seek help or call 1-800-273-TALK.