All too often our soldiers return suffering terribly from wounds both visible and invisible, causing a tremendous toll on them and their families. The loss and despair can be overwhelming. Tragically, many take their own lives. Our driving force is to bring about a better way of caring for and restoring our heroes.
The Veterans Restorative Care Center (VRCC) is committed to a better approach. We want to restore hope through education, whole-life care, and nature to empower veterans and their families to realize their dreams. To meet the needs of veterans, we’ll provide a continuum of care during their stay and for life.
The Veterans Restorative Care Center (VRCC) plans for a comprehensive and natural approach to medical treatment, as well as education, vocational and recreational resources for veterans and their families. The historic Hot Lake Springs Resort near La Grande, Oregon will be repurposed to fulfill this vision.
Please watch our video about the VRCC’s mission.
The Veterans Restorative Care Center (VRCC) was founded to combat the increasing number and staggering statistic of 22 veterans a day committing suicide. As our heroes return home, many have lost their “brothers”, their well-being, their dreams and their identity.
Our Warriors need help and hope, and it’s our goal to restore health and optimism to these men and women and their families. The Veterans Restorative Care Center is devoted to our new, revolutionary approach.
OUR FOUNDING PARTNERS
Please join our efforts to help us reach our first milestone.
All donations to support the VRCC are through the non-profit Warrior Bonfire Program.