As an organization we want to mentor, empower, and support our veteran families through research, film, referral, direct service support, and advocacy. A significant part of our vision is to identify the current and changing needs of our military and their families.
“Echoes from Afghanistan” is the story about the impact of war on the human spirit and how these five friends, these Marines, continue to find support in one another, how they have found purpose in their lives, and how they refuse to be a statistic to suicide.
Peer to Peer Support Network
The Warrior Peer-to-Peer Support Network is a program that will help veterans create and maintain interactive and sustainable peer support groups. WRF’s intent is to provide a foundation and context for these men and women to effectively construct a strong support system.
An innovate program that actively supports suicide prevention for active, separated, and retired veterans. Our goal is to preserve life, establish common connections among our veterans and to direct our veterans to services by way of guidance from their peers, while always striving to maintaining a judgment free environment.
Education and Research Through Film
Stories of Service via film provides our veterans a way to share their stories of bravery, sacrifice, and resiliency, while being able to connect with others in the one of the most powerful mediums.
Michael Pritchard, Shelia Kirkbride, and Summer Watson, PhD sit down and talk about issues that are impacting our veterans.
Sadly, our veterans are committing suicide at the alarming rate of 18 to 22 a day. This is heartbreaking and something we feel strongly about changing. It is important we don’t lose one more to suicide. You can challenge your college, university, or organization to make their own unique #22to0 video to continue to raise awareness.
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Click on link below to view WRF Executive Summer Watson's interview with Amy Dupont from Channel CW6:
CNN - 300,700 Veterans Died Awaiting Veterans Affairs health care, report finds hundreds of thousands of veterans listed in the Department of Veterans Affairs enrollment system died before their applications for care were processed, according to a report issued Wednesday...