“Alone we can do so little; together we can do so much.”
– Hellen Keller
They exist to help veterans find hope & purpose
The core of GallantFew is one-on-one mentoring by a veteran expert for a veteran. Transition is more than just finding a new job – it’s an entirely new lifestyle, new routine, and new mindset. You may feel your frustrations are unique to you, but we assure you they are not. Since 2010, GallantFew has provided nearly 10,000 individualized transition services to veterans. Join our community to own your transition today.
University supporting active and non-active military students.
Military personnel and their families choose Regis for their flexible programs that help transfer in-demand skills to rewarding careers. Our active duty and veteran education benefits make school accessible and affordable with preferred tuition rates, generous credit transfer policies, accelerated programs and online courses.
Three Rangers Foundation
Empowering Ranger Regiment veterans and affiliates to achieve lifelong success through personalized mentorship.
We support the 75th Ranger Regiment’s unit level transition program, Ranger for Life, by ensuring benchmark assistance for our veterans through an extensive trusted network of former Rangers within the Transition Big 5: Education; Financial Wellness; VA Benefits; Transition Mentors and Networking; Fitness and Wellness.
The purpose is to create enhanced opportunities for Rangers that allow them to thrive through a military career and succeed in post-military life. “I will never leave a fallen comrade”
Veterans Healing Veterans From The Inside Out
Trauma recovery and suicide prevention program for veterans.
VHV intersects where military meets the criminal justice system to heal wounds that can result in suicide and incarceration among our nation’s warriors. Through peer mentorship, VHV helps incarcerated or formerly incarcerated veterans to navigate PTSD and provide wrap around services including “bootcamp out” which helps prepare returning warriors with transition back into the outside world.
Together, WHP and VHV will team up to provide clinical mental health care and support to the existing peer mentorship programs both in and outside of jails and prisons where our brothers and sisters in arms are waiting for relief.
Veterans Expedition Therapy
Committed to helping veterans in a non-traditional, wilderness therapy setting
Veterans Expedition Therapy is dedicated to improving mental health in veteran community by connecting veterans and their families with the outdoors, improving quality of life, and reduce social isolation through meaningful personal connections.
WHP is thrilled to be able to provide clinical mental health counseling and support during VET excursions and both organizations will collaborate on mental health wilderness retreats for justice involved veterans and other veterans in need.
Why “The Wounded Healer Project”?
The concept of “wounded healer” was coined by Swiss psychologist, Carl Jung, which describes how a healer is most effective after having been healed themself. Being wounded does not prevent them from being able to work with those in need of healing; On the contrary, the wounded healer is a companion and an equal – someone who can humbly meet another in their suffering without a sense of superiority. We believe the healer is not someone who heals you, but rather someone who helps you find the key to healing that allows you to heal yourself.
We’ve called ourselves The Wounded Healer Project because of the sense of work our mission carries. We want to set in motion lasting change and this can only occur if we continue to pay forward the healing we personally experience in this work.
Help Veterans interested in mental health careers find their way.
Partner with organizations that have mental health care needs within marginalized communities
Connect with donors interested in supporting our organization
Our brand was built upon a labyrinth, which is a symbol of the meandering, but purposeful journey of healing. It is a symbol of our journey inwards to heal ourselves and back out again into the world to share our experiences and help heal the world.
Awards & Recognitions
JUN 2022 Tillman scholar: Tim Spalla
DEC 2021 F. Leonard Pomponio and Elizabeth M. Adams Outstanding Graduate Award: Tegan Rowley