Healing Heroes Network, Inc.
Rating: 4.6 stars 80 reviews
Issues: Mental Health, Health, Cancer
Location: 31640 US Highway 19 N Suite #2 Palm Harbor FL 34684 USA
Results: HHN has facilitated thousands of medical treatments to injured Military Personnel all over the USA. Please support us to help more of our injured veterans!
Target demographics: Wounded veterans injured in the line of duty while in Iraq and/or Afghanistan since 9/11/01.
Direct beneficiaries per year: 20+
Geographic areas served: National
Programs: Tablets For Heroes Welcome Home, Hero
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Healing Heroes helped me so much. upon recieving my tablet which was brand new, no cracks or dents. this will help me keep up with everything i need to do.
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I was active duty in the Navy and suffered PTSD and other service connected disabilities. I was discharged in the Navy and going through financial crisis. I found HHN online and reach out to them to get assistance to get my car repair. They were fast to reply and communicate. They help to lift the burden that my family is carrying and would be able to assist before we know it. One of the greatest non profit organization that exist and willing to assist a wounded veteran in crisis.
I was needing emergency car repair and I reach out to Healing Heroes Network. The came in and help me out to get my car going again. Im really thankful for Healing Heroes Network for supporting for financially burdened veterans and providing support!
To whom it may concern,
I would like to share my story and experiences that I have gone through after my military separation and how Healing Hero’s Network (HHN) has improved my quality of life. I enlisted into the US Army in 2004 as an Infantryman based out of Ft. Hood, TX. I was involved in multiple deployments overseas where I was directly and indirectly stuck with Improvised Explosive Devices (IED) and Explosively Formed Projectile (EFP) numerous times. At the time, I did not think that anything was wrong with me because symptoms were at a minimum. When I returned from my last deployment, I separated from the service and immediately enrolled into college. As a few months went by, I started to have nightmares which later got worse by not being able to sleep more than a few hours a night. Due to the lack of sleep I was getting I felt that my body was crashing on me and my mind was cloudy and I simply could not process or comprehend very well. I took medication to help me sleep but it was merely a blanket that covered my invisible wounds and did not treat them. My friends and family noticed my struggle and it was then when I got involved with HHN. HHN quickly began to work on my case and got me involved with Hyperbaric Chamber Treatments for my Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI). Today, 2/28/2012 I have done 30 or so out of 40 treatments and have seen such an improvement with my sleeping pattern. I am now off of my sleeping medication. I feel that I have gained a positive influence from this because I am sleeping more than I have in the past. My fellow Military Comrades, the road to recovery is difficult and a fight of its own. Remain positive and in your road to recovery, for everybody’s is different. HHN is here to help you through that bumpy road, and if you are reading this message I strongly encourage you to give them a call for some help and take my recovery as proof that HHN is their every step of the way with kind words and motivation to move you forward. Best of luck my friends.
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