Storytelling is how we move from where we were to where we are now and where we’re going. Storytelling is how we heal, how we validate, how we inform, how we reconnect. We need to tell the story of the sacrifice of our veterans. We also need to tell the story of the relationships and love that our veterans have with the Afghan people, particularly as they come here to become our newest citizens. Together, we can heal the wounds that have been affected on our combat veterans, our military families, and our Afghan allies as we come home from the longest war in history.
It’s time for storytelling. It’s time to heal. It’s time for Last Out.
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Every year, hundreds of thousands of veterans and first responders transition from service into civilian life. It's a challenging time that often results in loss of identity and changes so significant it seems like they are changing planets.
For our warriors to live the life of prosperity they deserve, they must rediscover their voice and tell their story. That is our Mission at The Heroes Journey.
Helping Warriors Find their Voice and Tell Their Story
The Heroes Journey is reconnecting warriors and civilians at a community level for a better America. We are a non-profit, 501(c)3 of Warriors and Civilians with a passion for storytelling. We work directly with veterans, first responders, and their families to provide support and education as they find their voice and tell their own hero’s in the transition from mission completion to their responsibilities at home and in the community.
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The Heroes Journey in the News
Watch Ret. Lt. Col Scott Mann on the Huck’s Heroes segment of The Huckabee Show to discuss how our non-profit The Heroes Journey is reconnecting warriors to a sense of purpose through story.