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Military Veterans Outdoors

Military Veterans Outdoors

What makes Military Veterans Outdoors (MVO) unique?
The mission at Military Veterans Outdoors (MVO) is to honor, empower and provide a private recreational getaway for current military and veterans We, the members of Military Veterans Outdoors (MVO), who are Veterans and civilians fully realize our responsibility to our community, our state and to our nation, associate ourselves for the following purpose: To preserve the fundamentals of the outdoors and to perpetuate the friendship and association of the Veterans and to dedicate ourselves to the cause of mutual assistance, this by the grace of God.

Who Can Sign Up to Participate?
All active duty and Veterans to include guard and reserves. Anyone that can provide a current valid ID card or a DD-214 that proves they have an honorable discharge or a general under honorable conditions.

How much does it cost to participate?
There isn't a fee to become a member, they have to pay for all of their own activities.

How long do the activities last?
The member can access the property 365/24

Where do the veterans sign up to participate?
https://militaryveteransoutdoors.com/contact-us/#member,
click on the red "Membership Application" button, download and fill out the application then email it and include a copy of their DD-214 or a copy of their military ID card to membership@MilitaryVeteransOutdoors.com. We do not need or want their SSN so please cover it in any of the copies.

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Pineland Farms VAST Program

Pineland Farms VAST Program

What makes Pineland Farms VAST Program Unique?
The mission of the VAST Program is to improve the lifelong health and well-being of Veterans with disabilities by participating in a vast array of physical activities with fellow Veterans.

States that they service
Maine and New England for day events. All US States for most extended day camps.
We strive to offer year-round activities based on the needs and wants of veterans. Programs are free and equipment is provided. Current sports include:
• Target Archery
• Pellet Rifle Shooting
• Laser Rifle Shooting
• Cycling (Mountain, Hand, & Recumbent)
• Fly and Spin Cast Fishing
• Fly Tying
• Orienteering
• Disc Golf
• Boccia Ball
• WC Basketball, Floor Hockey, & Tennis
• Snow Shoeing
• Nordic Pole Walking
• Cross Country Skiing
• Bowling

Who Can Sign Up to Participate?
Veterans with physical disabilities including physical disabilities, TBI, PTSD, etc. Veterans without a disability can come and volunteer, or can self-pay at certain events if space available.

How much does it cost to participate?
Always free for Veterans with a disability - including food, lodging, equipment, airfare, etc.

How long do the activities last?
We offer weekly activities in New Gloucester, ME, some 2-3 day events in Maine and NH, and our camps - Biathlon and Multi-sport camps last 4 - 5 days. We reserve our hunting camps (4 - 5 days)- Fall Deer Hunting and Spring Turkey Hunting preferably to combat Veterans with a rating, or Veterans that have not attending many other Veterans camps before due to the small number of Veterans we are able to invite.

Where do the veterans sign up to participate?
Veterans can email the Director at Kristina@pinelandfarms.org to inquire about any upcoming camps and eligibility. www.pinelandfarms.org/recreation/VAST

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Canine Companions

Canine Companions

Canine Companions is a non-profit organization that enhances the lives of people with disabilities by providing highly trained assistance dogs at no charge to the recipient.
Who Can Sign Up to Participate?
Honorably discharged veterans with physical disabilities, hearing loss, or a service connected diagnosis of PTSD.

How much does it cost to participate:
Our program is free of charge

What kind of activities are offered by the organization?
Service dogs

Service dog program- National
Hearing dog program- National
PTSD service dog program-
CA, NV, OR, WA, ID, MT, WY, AK, TX, NY, NJ,
PA, CT, DE, MD, DC, VA, WV, MA, RI, VT, NH, ME

City & states of all the organization's locations...
Santa Rosa, CA
Oceanside, CA
Irving, TX
New Albany, OH
Orlando, FL
Medford, NY

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VETOGA

VETOGA

What makes VETOGA unique?
VETOGA’s mission is to provide yoga, meditation, and healing arts to military, veterans, law enforcement, first responders, their families, and communities. We accomplish this by holding free monthly yoga classes, events and veteran specific Yoga Teacher Trainings throughout the year.

Who Can Sign Up to Participate?
Military, veterans, law enforcement, first responders and their families.
How much does it cost to participate, this resourse offers only free to the veteran experences.
Our yoga teacher trainings and classes are free to veterans through our fundraising efforts.

How long do the activities last?
Yoga classes - 45-75 mins Yoga teacher Trainings - 10-14 days

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Dogs Helping Heroes

Dogs Helping Heroes

What makes Dogs Helping Heroes Unique?
Dogs Helping Heroes is a nonprofit dedicated to helping restore lost freedom and peace of mind to wounded veterans and first responders and their families by gifting specially trained and certified assistance dogs.

Who Can Sign Up to Participate?
You are eligible if you meet the following conditions: You served our country in the U.S. Military, Law Enforcement, Fire Services or Emergency Medical Services, and Gold Star Families. You now suffer from mobility impairment, traumatic brain injury (TBI), or a clinical diagnosis of a psychiatric impairment, including PTSD You reside within a 200 mile radius of Clarksville, Indiana

How much does it cost to participate.
Free. The dogs and training are gifted to the approved applicant.

How long do the activities last?
Applications are accepted quarterly. Application deadlines are on March 15th, June 15th, September 15th and December 15th each year.

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Paws Assisting Veterans PAVE

Paws Assisting Veterans PAVE

What makes Paws Assisting Veterans, PAVE Unique?
Our organization is dedicated to improving the lives of Veterans suffering from mental and/or physical disabilities through trained service dogs, empowering them and their families to achieve lifelong successes and to pave their way home.

Who Can Sign Up to Participate?
Honorably discharged Veterans in the states we serve are eligible to apply. States that they service
Oregon, Washington, Idaho, California

Email info@paveusa.org for more information.

How much does it cost to participate?
Training, Placement, and lifelong Follow-Ups are free to the Veteran

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Valor Equine Therapy Service

Valor Equine Therapy Service

What makes Valor Equine Therapy Service unique?
Our Mission To provide a resource for the ever-growing demand for professional assistance in mitigating the damaging effects of post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and/or traumatic brain injury (TBI) suffered by military veterans, law enforcers, firefighters and EMT responders. Equine Therapeutic Programs (ETPs) are supervised by professional equestrian instructors who teach wounded veterans and first responders how to interact, react, and care for a horse.

Who Can Sign Up to Participate?
Veterans & 1st.Responders

How much does it cost to participate?
The programs are free for Veterans & 1st,Responders

How long do the activities last?
3 - days or a six week once week ( for 3 hrs )

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