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RECENT NEWS

Wounded Veterans visiting Vail get a taste of adventure while sharing stories
March 13, 2020

VAIL — If you asked central casting to send you overachievers, you’d get back any number of participants from the Vail Veterans Program. Dan Berschinski and Steve Snell, for instance. All that’s good, they say, but shared experiences and values are better — to be around people who understand what your life was like before,… Read more »

Vail Veterans Program hosts four dozen injured military veterans and their families
February 3, 2020

VAIL — Yes, Vail is a place on the map, but for the four dozen people in town this week for the Vail Veterans Program winter family session, Vail is a place in their hearts. Among them, the Damon Johnson clan is in town from San Antonio. The Schumacher crew is in from San Diego…. Read more »

Vail Veterans Program, Human Performance Institute helps vets embrace life after the military
January 13, 2020

VAIL — Changing your life is not complicated — it’s just work. And what’s true now about you does not have to be true forever, not if you don’t want it to be. That’s the message Chris Diaz delivered to a Vail Veterans Program group in town for a three-day session with the Johnson &… Read more »

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Hosting heroes: Vail Veterans Program welcomes wounded military vets for 5-day golf outing

August 27, 2018

 

VAIL – For wounded U.S. military veterans — and their families — tours of duty last a lifetime. Years outside of the military are spent adjusting to society, building confidence and getting used to a new normal after catastrophic injuries.

The Vail Veterans Program uses the freedom of the Rocky Mountains along with rehabilitative sports and activities to help wounded veterans from across the country enjoy much-needed time away, free of charge for them and their families.

During the week of Aug. 20, about 20 veterans converged on the valley for a five-day golf outing, along with other activities such as massages and bowling at local businesses.

“Coming from the city of Philadelphia and getting out here, just looking around and breathing good air feels great,” said Kevin McCloskey, “and the courses are beautiful and everyone out here is incredible. Vail Veterans is probably one of the best nonprofits out there.”

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