Heroes Helping Heroes
When it comes to the Help For Our Heroes Program, the majority of the case managers, group facilitators, and therapists are either veterans or first responders themselves who truly understand what this population has been through.
- Ashley Minerva
- Daniel Adjei
- Javier Rodriguez
- John Jon
- John Hughes Key
- Elizabeth Pryor
- Victor McLawhorn
Don’t Suffer in Silence
For the men and women who dedicate their lives to helping others, we are here to help you.
Getting to Transformations I realized I’m not alone and these folks right here are in the trenches with me and I do need help and it’s a judge-free zone. I learned that getting help is not a weakness, it’s actually a strength.
– Dave V., Help For Our Heroes Alumnus
There is a lot of life to be lived, that it’s okay to reach out for help, and that’s just what I did. We are all going through the same thing and we can help each other through this.
– Jake H., Help For Our Heroes Alumnus
I didn’t even know what I was doing was wrong. All I know is I was just looking for my next drink. I didn’t have the tools to help myself. When I got to Transformations I was broken, and by the grace of God, this program and the people in it helped me…we helped each other.
– Joey R., Help For Our Heroes Alumnus
Sometimes asking for help can be seen as weak, but it’s really about loving yourself and setting your pride aside. And Transformations helped me do that.
– Tsuji C., Help For Our Heroes Alumna
Transformations saved my life multiple times. I was fortunate enough to receive treatment at TTC through the VA, and I can’t speak highly enough of the Help For Our Heroes program, the staff, and the level of care at this establishment. If it weren’t for the caring and supportive staff, I would not be here.
– Tamara E., Help For Our Heroes Alumna