Leashes for Living is a unique program that teaches Veterans and Persons with disabilities to train their own service dog. Through positive training techniques, the student/handler learns how to communicate with their canine partner. By teaching their dog special skills and manners, the student is capable of achieving an enhanced lifestyle.
K9s for Veterans mission is to help veterans with post traumatic stress disorder transition back to civilian life once their military service has ended with the help of trained service dogs. We are committed to educating the public about the plight of veterans with PTSD and streamlining the process for them to get service dogs, so they get the help they need... Before it’s too late.
To strengthen communities affected by addiction by investing in children, individuals, and education.
The Perfectly Flawed Foundation is a 501(c)3 community-based non-profit organization that provides services and support related to substance use and addiction to individuals and families in North Central Illinois.
The Road Home Program provides mental health care and wellness to veterans of all eras, service members and their families at no cost and regardless of discharge status. Call us at (312) 942-8387 (VETS) or fill out the Inquire About Care form.
The OSCAR MIKE Foundation is a registered 501(C)(3) public, non-profit formed for the purpose of supporting our mission of keeping Veterans on the move. We strive to be a leading provider of funding for injured Veterans to participate in life-changing adaptive sports.
Mission: BraveHearts brings hope, joy and unlimited possibilities through the healing power of the horse.
Vision: BraveHearts envisions being the premier model for connecting horses with people as a catalyst for wellness. Everyone will have the opportunity to discover healing horsemanship through the BraveHearts’ model.
Serving Warriors and their families since 2013, Mission 22 is dedicated to healing America’s veterans when they need it most — right now. We offer treatment for Post-Traumatic Stress and Traumatic Brain Injury, substance abuse and all of the issues veterans are facing today.
Our chapters deliver local, consistent, and inclusive opportunities for veterans and the community to connect through physical and social activity. Volunteers host regular fitness activities, social gatherings, and community service events, and facilitate building strong local connections with members and organizations within the community.
IL-AFLAN provides civil legal services across Illinois. It is a network of more than 10 legal aid organizations and law school clinics. This service is provided free of charge for eligible Veterans (including National Guard and Reserves), their spouses dependents.
Captain James Ahn, a graduate of UC Riverside and the Claremont McKenna College Army ROTC program, died in 2015 during a parachute training operation while participating with his Special Forces unit in Washington State.
For all of us who knew and loved James, he will never be forgotten. He was the consummate person and professional who was respected by everyone he came in contact with.
In James’ honor, we are sponsoring an annual scholarship of $1,000 to a Special Forces Veteran who is working towards the completion of a higher education degree.