CONTACT US

EMAIL SIGNUP

MAILING ADDRESS (USPS)
PO BOX 6473
VAIL, COLORADO 81658

PHYSICAL ADDRESS (UPS/FEDEX)
12 VAIL ROAD, STE 200
VAIL, COLORADO 81657

Vail Veterans Program is a 501c3 Non-profit Organization.
Tax ID 20-5254885

RECENT NEWS

Jen Brown is new director of Vail Veterans Program
January 4, 2022

VAIL – The Vail Veterans Program, a nonprofit organization providing therapeutic and rehabilitative outdoor sports programs for wounded military service members and their families, has named Jen Brown as the organization’s new executive director. Brown is a well-respected community leader in the valley. Prior to joining the Vail Veterans Program, Brown worked as the managing… Read more »

Vail Veterans Program welcomes an Israeli group: Israeli, U.S. veterans share a bond
December 16, 2021

VAIL – Those who have been invited to Vail Veterans Program events say those programs have changed their lives. Now that life-changing mountain therapy is reaching out to other veterans from other countries. The program this week has welcomed a group of seven veterans of the Israeli Defense Force. Those veterans are supported by Brothers for… Read more »

Vail Veterans, 10th Mountain Whiskey: A spirited partnership
August 27, 2021

VAIL – Chris Fesmire lost his legs in combat. After active duty in the Marines, he found his purpose in Colorado. Fesmire was wounded in 2004, in Iraq. As he recovered, he was transferred to Walter Reed military hospital in Washington, D.C. On his first day there, in March of 2005, Vail Veterans Program founder… Read more »

Can mountains heal people?

Can they open our hearts? Create a lasting memory? Crack a smile? Reconnect us to family? At Vail Veterans Program, we think they can—because we see it happen. It’s why we offer military injured and their families free world-class therapeutic programs designed to build confidence, create life-long relationships, and tap into the freedom the mountains bring out in all of us.

Thank you, Vail Veterans Program, for helping save my life Read More

“I left the Caregivers Retreat truly feeling like I’ve added a dozen sisters to my family. Life has been rough lately and stress is at an all time high. I lost my self identity, lost interest in doing things I used to love and fell into a depression I couldn’t shake. I left Vail feeling… Read more »

Chelsi Taylor, Military Caregiver

Our Sponsors