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RECENT NEWS

Vail Veterans Program helps heroic caregivers learn they’re not alone
January 8, 2019

  VAIL — Because it takes one to know one, the women at this week’s Vail Veterans Program’s caregivers conference were best friends before they even met. Twenty-eight women are in town — all caregivers for combat veterans who were injured in Iraq or Afghanistan. Just as heroic as those soldiers are the people who… Read more »

Vail Veterans Program’s Path to Success teaches vets that success is no secret

  VAIL — Everyone wants to be successful. Not everyone knows how. The Vail Veterans Program’s Path to Success program sets heroes on … well, the path to success. It’s part of Johnson & Johnson’s Human Performance Institute. David, for example, is an injured Iraq War vet. He found himself on his couch fiddling with… Read more »

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… Read more »

Testimonials

Sgt. Tim Johannsen (Ret.)

May 28, 2015

Golf, for me, is physical and mental. Physically, golf has improved my balance and core strength, swinging a golf club is no easy task, especially on prosthetics. Mentally, when I get frustrated by the daily obstacles of wearing prosthetics and being in a wheelchair its nice to be to go out and hit a few balls and clear my head. Although therapy is a great reason for me to paly golf, no reason is more important than being able to play golf with my son.  Because I have lost my legs I can’t run or jump so I won’t be able to play sport like football or basketball with him.  But I can swing a club and will be able to play 18 holes with him when he’s old enough.