In 2020, Project Sanctuary lost a dear friend, and longest serving board member, Rand Case. In his memory, we have created the Rand Case Volunteer of the Year Award, given to those who understand our mission and the great needs of our military families, and have a passion to selflessly serve. Nominations are given by […]
Our 2023 Holiday Resource Guide is now here!
Project Sanctuary’s greatest strength is our dedicated staff, who are the driving force behind our amazing therapeutic retreats and family support program. That’s why we are so pleased to continue our Staff Spotlight series, highlighting the incredible team members who are serving our military families day in and day out. Today, we will be highlighting […]
Our 2022 Holiday Resource Guide is now here!
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 […]
Written by Project Sanctuary social worker Thomas A. Costello, LCSW, CAPT (RET), USPHS (firstname.lastname@example.org) All of life is lived in relationship with other people. What brings meaning to life is the quality of these relationships. We’ve all heard the quote that “no man (or woman) is an island,” which brings this point home. When you […]
By Donna Bryson, Daily Beast, November 11, 2017 Most Americans are oblivious to the post 9/11 conflict. Some know it as a family war. As David George remembers it, he was serving at a tiny U.S. military base in Afghanistan when his eldest son reached out from Florida to tell him he was planning to […]
Written by guest blogger CW4 Doug Petersen (Ret), who served 20 years as a US Army Aviator. A decorated Vietnam veteran, Doug was a Dustoff pilot and was shot down twice during his tour. Check out more of Doug’s work at http://douglasnpetersen.com/ or listen to his TEDx Talk. This is part one of an eight-part series […]
Written by guest blogger CW4 Doug Petersen (Ret), who served 20 years as a US Army Aviator. A decorated Vietnam veteran, Doug was a Dustoff pilot and was shot down twice during his tour. Have you ever seen a life change? What about an entire family? I was given the opportunity to see both at […]
Push Me Everyday – A Wounded Sky Soldier and His Wife’s Journey to Health & Wellness. Military Family – Crystal & Tyler Wilson. Though there have been some really incredible moments in the last 1 1/2 years, Tyler and I have also experienced more than our fare share of really rough moments. These rough patches and feeling like […]