If you or a loved one is experiencing an emergency or crisis, call 911 or the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-8255. September is National Suicide Prevention Awareness month. At least 45,000 people in the United States die by suicide every year according to the CDC. Left behind are friends, family members, and in the […]
Twelve courageous military families signed up for our Therapeutic Retreat in Texas. Despite the emerging news and fears about the Covid-19 virus, every single family showed up ready to take the next steps in their family’s journey of healing.
GRANBY, Colo. (January 9, 2018) – Project Sanctuary received a $100,000 grant from The Bob & Renee Parsons Foundation to give hope to military and veteran families facing unique challenges. Offered in seven states and serving families across the U.S., Project Sanctuary provides free, week-long therapeutic retreats to families dealing with mental health issues, critical […]
John Noltner, May 25, 2018, A Peace of My Mind Last week I was in Grand Lake, Colorado for my second year of working with Walton’s Warriors, a small cohort within Project Sanctuary that trains peer mentors to help prevent suicides among veterans. It’s a connection that unfolded the way many do for A Peace of My […]
Special anchor Maria Shriver joins TODAY from Los Angeles to highlight Project Sanctuary, an organization committed to helping military families deal with issues such as post-traumatic stress. In six-day retreats across the country, the nonprofit provides safe places for military families to heal together.
Fox 31, May 11, 2018 Project Sanctuary is a non-profit that provides getaways in the Colorado mountains, helping military families reconnect. May 18th, they’ll be hosting their 3rd annual OPS Gala to help fund these incredible programs. Buy your tickets at ProjectSanctuary.US. For more information, call 720-561-9193 ORIGINAL LINK
Jeffrey Wolfe, Adventure CEO – Leadership Insights, May 5, 2018. Ep. 78 Stopping Veteran Suicides: Project Sanctuary Founder & CEO Heather Ehle
By John Le, WLOS, April 30, 2018 In 2006, a mortar attack in Iraq changed Redman’s life forever. He was diagnosed with PTSD a couple of years later. “There are some nights I wake up shaking, there are some days I sit up in the bed speaking Arabic again,” he described. Continue reading here.
By Lydia Rueger, Colorado Parent, April 2018 As a nurse working at the Salud Family Clinic in Estes Park in the late 1990s, Heather Ehle began to see an increase in veterans coming into the waiting room. Many had what she called “Gulf War illnesses”—unexplained physical problems that occurred after serving in the Gulf War. […]
By Lorrie Grove, Denver Post, February 7, 2018 Kindergarten – 8th grade students at North Star Academy (NSA) rang in the new year with a school-wide character education assembly learning about Project Sanctuary lead by the middle school Student Leadership Council. Each quarter NSA focuses on a new service learning project to support various non-profit […]