Serving those who serve
Freedom & Honor offers a wide variety of resiliency and post deployment trainings and workshops to support Veterans and U.S. military personnel (Active duty, Reserve and National Guard). We focus on the struggle with combat stress and readjustment that can result from one or more deployments to Iraq, Afghanistan or other military conflicts/operations.
Freedom & Honor Warrior Transitional Workshops are an evidence based training that has shown that it can significantly reduce the impact of PTS and readjustment issues. This is a unique approach and is completely different than anything that is currently offered through the Veterans Administration (VA) and the Department of Defense (DoD).
How we help.
Supporting our Veterans
Freedom & Honor programs were designed by training experts and combat veterans and vetted by experts in PTSD, healthcare and military operations; including a number of key advisors and experts Dr. MaryBeth Williams, PTSD expert; US Army; General Ralph Pasini, (ret.) US Air Force; Adj. General Wes Craig, PA National Guard, and Dr. Harold Kudler, Acting Chief Consultant for VA Mental Health in Washington DC, with the most important, the direct input of combat/military service men and women. To date, Freedom and Honor has conducted more than 60,000 hours of training to more than 7,000 veterans including Yellow Ribbon programs for the Pennsylvania National Guard. Programs included men and women from all branches of service (active duty, Reserve and Guard) from 20 states who have served in Iraq, Afghanistan, the Gulf War, Vietnam, Korea and other military operations. The workshops have addressed those back as little as two days and those home for more than four decades addressing combat trauma, grief, MST, substance abuse and suicide. The programs are approximately one half the costs of traditional mental health services.