Other Resources

We are one of many organizations around the nation that are making an impact in the lives of service members, veterans, and their families. Below are like-minded organizations and the valuable resources they provide.

Wounded Warrior Project

Wounded Warrior Project® (WWP) began when several veterans and friends, moved by stories of the first wounded service members returning home from Afghanistan and Iraq, took action to help others in need. What started as a desire to provide comfort items to wounded service members at Walter Reed Army Medical Center has grown into a holistic rehabilitative effort to assist warriors with visible and invisible wounds as they recover and transition back to civilian life. Tens of thousands of Wounded Warriors, family members, and caregivers receive support each year through WWP programs.

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EOD Warrior Foundation

The EOD Warrior Foundation (EODWF) serves the EOD community by providing financial assistance and support to active-duty and veteran wounded, injured or ill EOD warriors, families of our wounded and fallen EOD warriors and by maintaining the EOD Memorial. The foundation believes that the EOD family is for life. Our ongoing mission is to disarm the challenges of the EOD family by providing our support with compassion and caring to every individual we serve.

The EOD Warrior Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non profit organization that was established through the March 1, 2013 merger of the EOD Memorial Foundation and the Wounded EOD Warrior Foundation to streamline and increase our capacity to support the EOD community.

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Boot Campaign

The Boot Campaign is a grassroots initiative started by five women from Texas known as the Boot Girls. The campaign encourages everyone to “get their boots on” providing an easy and tangible way for Americans to show appreciation for troops, cultivate awareness of the challenges they face upon return and raise funds for military programs meeting the physical and emotional needs of our heroes.

What better way to say “Thank You” to our troops than wearing a pair of boots just like theirs? Join in the growing chorus of musicians, entertainers, athletes and other celebrities and get YOUR boots on!

Star Behavioral Health Providers

Courage Beyond is dedicated to making sure every counselor we refer to is competent in military culture. To that end we have partnered with Star Behavioral Health Providers (SBHP). Star Behavioral Health Providers (SBHP) is a system for improving the quality of and access to behavioral health services to service members, veterans and the people who care for them. SBHP involves a two pronged approach: 1. Provide civilian behavioral health providers, community members and other related professionals face-to-face training in topics from military culture to evidence-based treatment options and, 2. Establish and maintain a registry where military-affiliated families can more easily locate these licensed, trained behavioral health providers. For more information on registering for these low to no-cost trainings or to find a provider, visit www.starproviders.org.
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A Soldier’s Child

As citizens of the United States of America, we are forever indebted to the men and women who so unselfishly protect our freedoms. It is our objective to communicate through A Soldiers Child to the children left behind that the memory of their parent will not fade away. We want them to know that there are many Americans that are forever grateful for their parent’s sacrifice.

With humbleness of heart we aim to honor the memory of the parent by giving a meaningful gift to his/her children on their birthday. Christian Golczynski was the first child to receive a gift from ASC, and our goal is to reach every soldier’s child, adopting them into the foundation until they are of adult age. We cannot substitute the bond and love of the parent that is forever gone, but with your help we can show them that we really do care.

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Code of Support

The Code of Support Foundation (COSF) was established in 2010 by MG (Ret) Alan B. Salisbury with the goal of bridging the growing divide between our military and civilian communities. Working with a dedicated team of retired military and civilian leaders, he developed the Code of Support for our troops as a parallel document to the Code of Conduct in which our military personnel pledge that they are prepared to give their lives in defense of our country. The Code of Support is a set of six meaningful promises all Americans (the 99%) can make to our service men and women (the 1%) who sacrifice so much for our nation.

But promises are not enough. We need action!

COSF recognizes that even as the current wars come to an end, the challenges and needs facing our military community will continue for years to come. It is also clear that no one organization, public or private, can meet these mounting needs alone. To keep America strong, the 99% must stand solidly behind the 1% in deeds as well as words, to include serving the nation in their own way.
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U.S. Veterans Magazine

U.S. Veterans Magazine (USVM) provides the latest, most important veteran news, covering virtually every industry. The mission of the USVM is simple: open up immediate, lucrative employment, business and supplier opportunities for Veterans, Transitioning Service Members, Disabled Veterans and Veteran Business Owners within the Federal Government as well as Corporate America. In turn, we link companies and government entities to qualified career and business candidates from the ranks of the nation’s Veterans. It is our firm belief that Veterans possess the character, discipline, and skills that every business can profit from!

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