Bringing education and offering solutions focused on crisis intervention and suicide prevention in order to promote the overall success and highest quality of life for our Veterans and their families.
Presentations that share personal experience, education, tips and tools are given followed by a personal round table discussion to answer any questions, concerns and to allow attendees the opportunity to share experiences and resources.
ANDREW JONES, USMC
Andrew is a Marine Corps Combat Veteran of the Iraq War (OIF I 2003) and is an active Speaker, Advocate and Mentor for the Veteran Community. He is also the Author of Healing the Warrior Heart - A Glimpse into the Hearts of Combat Veterans and their Supporting Loved Ones. Andrew struggled for many years with suicidal behavior, addictions and many other aspects of living in the darkness and is passionate about assisting Veterans in learning to apply the principles of their military training to be successful in their transition to a new mission.
We are a 501c3 Non-Profit Organization and your donations are greatly appreciated and will assist us in facilitating our programs to Veterans and to impact our Veteran Community.
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Wendy is a Gold Star Mom and Founded The Ripple Effect - Helping Veterans and Families Heal after her son committed suicide due to his struggles to reintegrate after two combat tours with the Army. She is also the Author of Living It Is Loving It and is passionate about assisting Veterans and their families to reduce the suicide rate in the Veteran community.
SANDE ROBERTS, M.A.
Sande has been in the crisis and behavioral health field for over twenty-five years. She has a masters degree in psychology, and is a certified trainer in suicide prevention and crisis intervention. Sande is a behavioral consultant, conflict resolution specialist, psychology professor, and a speaker and trainer working with those in ultra high stress occupations, which includes government, military, police, fire and sports. She is also the Author of We Need to Talk About Suicide.