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

Mission: Healing Heroes Network (HHN) is a national self-funded 501(c)3 non-profit charity. HHN is committed to healing Americas Heroes by providing financial assistance for quality care to military personnel injured in the line of duty in Iraq or Afghanistan since 9/11/01. Through communication, education, and community outreach, HHN strives to bring awareness to the often untreated injuries sustained in war and the desperate need for our services. Through a nationwide network of professionals willing to provide a wide array of therapies and services, and funding from generous donors, HHN aids these brave wounded warriors in receiving much needed therapies. While the U.S. Department of Veteran Affairs is diligent in providing treatments to our injured military, the scope of covered services can be limited, delayed, or unavailable. HHN fills in the gaps for these desperately needed services and aids those who sacrifice for our freedoms. HHN and donors like you are able to help these courageous men and women return to more productive, fulfilling lives -- improving the quality of life for their families, communities, and our Country as a whole.
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
2015 Top-Rated Nonprofit
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877-470-4376
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Rating: 1 stars  

7 people found this review helpful

why does most of their medical assistance money spent go to the husband doctor of the executive director??

sounds like a conflict of interest!

If I had to make changes to this organization, I would...

make the group give money to physicians who are not connected to the executive director. Money is just being passed around and kept by this family.

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2013

 
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10 people found this review helpful

sounds like it is a family run "non-profit" where the money is collected by the wife and professional fundraisers and given to support the husband's medical practice

If I had to make changes to this organization, I would...

have an anti-nepotism policy and not have a husband wife team.

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2013

 
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Rating: 1 stars  

9 people found this review helpful

I read about this 'charity' in our local newspaper. http://www.tampabay.com/news/business/veterans-charity-paid-its-own-founder-to-provide-medical-care/2157190. It is not just a husband/wife team, I know of the family, and the three kids as well as the wife's mother are also on the payroll for doing bogus jobs. I don't doubt that the little money they use to actually help veterans helps people, but they are more interested in keeping the money for themselves. This is not "non-profit" for the Spiegel family.

If I had to make changes to this organization, I would...

monitor that the money goes to helping the veterans and not funding their bank accounts.

Will you volunteer or donate to this organization?

No

How much of an impact do you think this organization has?

A little

When was your last experience with this nonprofit?

2013

 
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