Our organization was founded in 2012 by Jason Foltz and David Dudek; two like-minded individuals who, after years of witnessing and experiencing the devastation caused by untreated or undertreated substance abuse and mental illness, decided to create programming that promoted alternative approaches to healing and recovery.
In 2017, our organization decided to restructure our programs in order to expand our reach and impact on the veteran community we so deeply honor and respect. In our efforts to accomplish this goal, we were fortunate enough to form partnerships with other veteran-and community-focused organizations. We believe that by combining our passions, resources, skills and talents, together—we can change the way services and supports are presented to, and received by, our nation’s heroes. To achieve these outcomes, our organization has developed innovative and collaborative programs designed to improve the qualities of life for veterans and military families. Our personal experiences with substance use, mental health, and trauma, combined with our education and passion, provides a unique understanding of how to effectively and efficiently deliver services to, and provide support for, our veteran communities.
To improve qualities of life for veterans and military families by providing emotional, social, informational, and material supports and services.