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We do NOT support veterans. We FIGHT for them.

What's the Center about?

The Warrior Healing Center at 1838 Paseo San Luis in Sierra Vista (WHC) is an elegant solution to a very real need. 50+ organizations who support veterans collaborate under one roof to improve the lives of veterans and their families in our community. Services provided include service dog training, art classes, fitness classes, PTSD support, PTSD Tapping therapy, Flutes for Vets Native American Flute Circles, holistitc health options, equine activities, navigation support for veteran hurdles and more! Join us for Bagels & Brew on Thursday mornings and find comfort and camaraderie in our "Green Zone".

 

Veterans often feel like they are still taking fire years after leaving the military. That's because they are. WHC provides options as well as a structure that offers unit support and cover similar to that of the military. Come tell us your story - we've got your back!

 

In addition to facilitating navigation to needed services for veterans, WHC strengthens the community by creating win-win solutions with organizations in the buildling and in our community. WHC is asking the community in Cochise County, that exists because of the military and our veterans, to give back to our veterans and their families in a new and exciting way: $22 a month, which is about the cost of a cup of coffee a week, is all we ask from our community members and businesses. Buy a cup of coffee a week for a veteran and be part of the vital support provided to our veterans at WHC. We'll be sure our clients understand who's supporting them in this community and they'll share with you their experiences at WHC when they come as patrons to your business!

 

What's 22 a Day?

VA statistics tell us that on average 22 veterans commit suicide every day in the USA. At the Warrior Healing Center we believe the crises that lead to suicide are often preventable, but the solutions are found in community relationships--not necessarily another government program. It takes people getting involved with their neighbors and taking responsibility for community well-being. That's why we created the Warrior Healing Center, a place that houses 50+ veteran service operations and healing services under one roof with veterans in mind.

 

We are a 501c3 organization, so your gift is tax-deductible, and it is easy to commit to monthly giving. We ask that you consider our $22 a Month to End 22 a Day challenge to keep the Warrior Healing Center fighting for veterans and bringing hope to those who have lost it. Please consider getting involved today!

 

The Warrior Healing Center is a project of the 501(c)3 organization Civil Vision International (CVI). CVI operates exclusively in Cochise County, AZ, and accepts tax-exempt donations at 22toend22.com online. 100% of all donations go directly to supporting the Warrior Healing Center, which is staffed exclusively by volunteers.

 

You can find us at www.warriorhealingcenter.com

and at Guidestar.

EIN: 46-1453081

 

WHAT DOES YOUR CONTRIBUTION PROVIDE VETERAN FAMILIES?

 

NO-COST SERVICE - COORDINATING ORGANIZATIONS AT WHC:

Employment Assistance – AMVETS | ARIZONA@WORK | CSV | CVMA
Resume Writing Assistance – AMVETS | ARIZONA@WORK
Use of Teleconferencing Center and Meeting Rooms – WHC
Internet, Computer and Printing Lab for Veterans – CLUG | WHC
Leadership Development Program – RWB
Linux Computer Operating System Classes – CLUG
Media Production and Training Services – RELN
Native American Flutes for Vets – FFV
Bagels & Brew: Coffee and War Stories – WHC
Crisis Intervention for Veterans and Family Members – CSV | CVMA | MOPH | WHC | WW
Discounted Housecleaning Services – MBCS
Fully Assisted Hunting and other Outdoor Expeditions for Disabled Heroes – H3O
Healing with Art: Arts/Crafts Program – VAP
Honor Flights to Washington DC Monuments for Pre-9/11 Veterans and Guardians – HF
Post-Deployment Training Programs – AMVETS
Purple Heart Cruises for Combat Wounded Veterans and their Families – PHC
Research and Return Lost or Stolen Purple Heart Medals – MOPH
Resources for Female Veterans to Regain Self-Esteem, Trust, Honor & Dignity – WAC | WW
Scholarships for Veterans, Children and Grandchildren of Veterans – MCL | MOAA | MOPH
Support Memorial Services to Honor Fallen Veterans – CVMA
Tragedy Assistance Program for Survivors (TAPS) Support Groups – WHC
Transition from Active Duty to Civilian Life – Warrior Transition Workshops – AMVETS | MOAA
Veteran Organizational/Event Security – CVMA
Work with Schools and Other Organizations to Promote US History and the Quest for Freedom – MOPH
Assistance to Veterans with Overwhelming Medical Bills – CVMA
CRDP (Concurrent Retirement & Disability Pay) & CRSC (Combat-Related Special Compensation) Ambassador – MOAA
Donated Food Baskets for Active Duty Service Member Families in Need – CVMA
Emergency Financial Assistance – CSV | CVMA | MOPH | VVA
Emergency Food Assistance – CSV | CVMA | MOPH | MOPHA | VVA | WHC | VVA
Financial & Investment Planning – MOAA
Free Clothing Closet, Library and Shower Facility – CSV | WHC
Help with Veteran Administration Claims – AMVETS | MCL | VVA
Service Documentation Assistance from National Archives and Social Security – AMVETS | MOPH | VVA
Short Term Rent Assistance to Needy Veteran Families – CVMA
Tax Preparation, Real Estate Assistance, Retirement Planning – AARP | AMVETS | MOAA
Veteran Administration Certified Veteran Service Officer Support – AMVETS | VVA
Emergency Home Repair Assistance – CSV | MOPH | VVA
Emergency Relocation Assistance – CSV | WHC
Anti-Gravity Massage Chair Relaxation – WHC
Counseling and Therapy from Licensed Clinical Social Worker – LCSW
Emotional Freedom Technique Tap Therapy – GPV
Human-Horse Ground Experience – HR | HOOVES
Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) – GPV | LCSW | ML | SBF
Professional Association of Therapeutic Horsemanship (PATH) Certified Programs – HOOVES
PTSD Support Group – ML | WHC
Service Dog Training Facility: Matching, Training and Supporting – SBF
Agent Orange Outreach Program – VVA
Bowen Therapy for Chronic Pain Treatment – TSBW
Certified Personal Fitness Consultations – FYB
Elderly Care: Medical Equipment, Personal Hygiene Supplies, Nutritional Supplement, Housekeeping Errands, Education Services,
Local Service Referrals and Companionship Programs – ECM
QiGong Practice – TRHE
Sports/Fitness Community Social & Service Events (Yoga, Cycling, Hiking, Running, Bowling) – RWB
Team Cycling Program Emphasizing Participation for Veterans with Disabilities/Abilities of All Kinds – VVSV
Yoga – YWS
Substance Abuse Referrals for Multiple Therapies and Modalities – LCSW
Meditation Circle – HR
Spiritual Counseling with On Site Ministerial Support – FFV | GPV | WHC
Intuitive Mandala – HR

OUR WHC TEAM ORGANIZATIONS:

AARP – American Association of Retired Persons
ACMF – Be Connected Program
AFACC – Air Force Association Cochise County 107
AFSN – Armed Forces Survivor Network
AMVETS – American Veterans, Post 89
AVVA – Associates of Vietnam Veterans of America Chp 1093
ARIZONA@WORK
AVHOFS-CCC – Arizona Veterans Hall of Fame Society Cochise County Chapter
AZARNG – Arizona Army National Guard
CLUG – Cochise Linux User Group
CSV – Cochise Serving Veterans
CVMA – Combat Veterans Motorcycle Assn 32-4
CVMA – Combat Veterans Motorcycle Assn 32-4, Auxiliary
ECM – Elderly Care Matters
FPU – Dave Ramsey’s Financial Peace University
FYB – Fitness for YOUR Body
FFV – Flutes for Vets
GC – Good Cook
GDC – Gratitude Drum Circle
GPV – Graceful Passages for Vets
H3O – Heroes Healing Heroes Outdoors
HF – Honor Flight Southern Arizona
HGP – Holistic General Practice Medicine
HOOVES – Horses Offering Our Vets Equine Services
HR – Haydron Ranch
JMT – John Maxwell Team

LCSW – Cindee Oswald
MASK Therapy - Lifecasting
MBCS – Mrs. B’s Cleaning Service
MCL – Thunder Mountain Det 1283 Marine Corps League
MOAA – Military Officers Assn of America, Coronado Chapter
MOPH – Military Order of the Purple Heart, Chp 572
MOPHA – Military Order of the Purple Heart, Chp 572 Auxiliary
NAMI – National Alliance on Mental Illness
OTHV – Operation Toothbrush for Homeless Veterans
PHC – Purple Heart Cruise
PTSD Support Group
RELN – Rising Eagle Livestream Network
RWB – Team Red, White and Blue, Fort Huachuca/Sierra Vista
SBF – Soldier’s Best Friend
SLP – Special Liberty Project
TRHE – Thistle-Rose Healing Energies
TSBW – Terra Soul Body Works
VAP – Veteran Arts Program – Healing with Art
VVA – Vietnam Veterans of America, Chapter 1093
VVSV – VeloVets Sierra Vista
WACVA-AWU – Women’s Army Corps Veteran’s Association –
Army Women United
WGLG – Wilson-Goodman Law Group, PLLC
WLP – Angelstorms Photography/Warrior Legacy Project
WW – Women Warriors
YWS – Yoga with Sylvia

Organizer


Civil Vision International Cathie Goodman vets@warriorhealingcenter.org Sierra Vista, AZ 520-221-4093
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