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PO Box 6473

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


Vail Daily | Vail Veterans Program brings another group of heroes to town
March 14, 2017

  VAIL — Vail Fire Chief Mark Novak grinned as he looked around at the organized chaos in his West Vail fire station. Every piece of gear was in the driveway, including the trucks. On the empty floor a couple hundred people milled around, talking, laughing, enjoying themselves and each other. The firefighters were hosting… Read more »

Vail Daily | Life After Tragedy
September 19, 2016

Editor’s note: This Vail Veterans Program caregivers group preferred to be a quoted as a group, a request the Vail Daily was happy to oblige. That’s why all the quotes are “they said” — because they all did. VAIL — Because it takes one to know one, the Adorable Dozen were teary-eyed best friends before… Read more »

Vail Daily | VIDEO: Hitting the links with Vail Veterans Program
August 29, 2016

Golf is a frustratingly addictive sport — just when you think you want to give it up, you hit that perfect shot and you’re hooked again. As challenging as golf is, imagine not having full mobility of your legs because you’re a single or double amputee above or below the knee. Or picture yourself holding… Read more »

Summer Programs

Summer Family Program: July 16 – 21, 2017

At the Summer Family Program, wounded veterans and their families participate in outdoor activities including rock climbing, whitewater rafting, horseback riding, zip-lining, mountain biking, and fly-fishing. Through group meals and evening activities, participants have the opportunity for invaluable bonding time with their families and new friends. A day dedicated to Wellness promotes emotional and mental healing. The Summer Family Program equips wounded veterans and their families with coping mechanisms for the immense challenges faced in transitioning into life after a severe service-related injury.

Golf in the Rockies:  August 21 – 25, 2017

Through Golf In The Rockies, wounded veterans enjoy 5-days of an unforgettable golf experience. Participants play several championship golf courses, attend golf clinics provided by PGA teaching professionals, and bond over group meals and evening activities. The Golf In The Rockies program encourages participants to bond with one another over a shared passion, leaving the program with lifelong friendships and a newly developed community of mutual support.