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The EOD Warrior Foundation (EODWF) serves the EOD community by providing financial assistance and support to Active-Duty, Reserve and National Guard, Retired and Veteran EOD technicians and their families.
Our support includes financial assistance and additional services such as morale events, peer-to-peer support, educational programs, connections to resources, care of the EOD Memorial, and sustained contact with our EOD warriors and their families.
The Foundation believes that the EOD family is for life. Our ongoing mission is to disarm the challenges of the EOD family by providing our support with compassion and caring to every individual we serve.
After the Long Walk is a group of active duty and EOD veterans, PSBT Officers, and family members that have come together for one purpose, to help each other. Our goals are to help educate each other on services available to combat PTSD, encourage each other, and ultimately prevent suicide. Our methods to reach our goals include peer to peer mentorship, challenging activities and always being here for each other 24/7.
WarriorNOW was founded as a way to eliminate the stigma associated with Veterans dealing with Mental Illness, PTSD, TBI, and/or Addiction. It is unfortunate how many of our Veterans are suffering and have no outlet or access to resources to assist in fighting this daily battle.
We are committed to this fight and will ensure that our Veterans do not fight alone. Much like being in the military, we are bringing the team approach back to the lives of our Veterans where it belongs.
We believe that officers who suffer emotional injuries should be recognized and their service to the community honored.
We believe it’s time to put names and faces to the men and women who have died because their emotional injuries became too much to bear.
We believe it’s time to support the families who have lost loved ones to those injuries.
We believe in the saying, “It is not how they died that mattered, it is how they lived”