Whether you served in the military in a combat zone, work in your community as a First Responder the first step is getting help and understanding that you are capable of moving forward. If you need to talk to someone immediately, call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-8255, go to a church, hospital or VA. Life is such a precious gift.
It's hard for people to understand what we've been through and what we deal with. That makes life after the things Veterans and First Responders difficult because navigating the systems that were designed to help us can be frustrating. We are not a rehabilitation program or therapeutic riding center but here is a list of organizations out there that we encourage you to reach out to if you want to get involved in horsemanship.
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