Organization Dedicated to Veterans With PTSD to Display New Mural July 4 in Bossier
Most people think that when a Veteran returns home, their fight is over. But for scores of those brave men and women, the fight has only begun.
In entirely too many cases, those Veterans lose the ultimate battle as every day, 22 of them die from the effects of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, or PTSD.
In an effort to completely eliminate those losses, the Christian based Warrior Horse program was developed.
Warrior Horse transforms the lives of Military Veterans, one horse at a time. The Warrior Horse program uses a personalized and interactive equine-assisted method, which is called the “Bonding Process” to assist those Veterans in their recovery from this debilitating disorder.
At the same time the Veteran is receiving the benefits of this therapy, as they work with a retired race horse, the horse will also receive a healthy dose of therapeutic rehabilitation from the Veteran.
Warrior Horse is open to current and former members of the Armed Forces of the United States and is provided at no financial cost to the Veteran.
And in a fashion fitting for these American heroes, on July 4th at 10:00 am , Warrior Horse invites the public to Greenacres Middle School in Bossier City, to witness the unveiling of the new wall mural sponsored by Warrior Horse.
Those who would like to donate $100 or more to Warrior Horse will be able to paint a star on the wall July 1-3 between 8:00 am and 1:00 pm.
For more information about Warrior Horse or to make your donation contact Kevin at 318-218-2825 or Teresa at 318-393-2326