Together, we can
reduce veteran suicide and increase hope
Why We Care
More veterans die by suicide each year than in battle. Operation Warrior Hope is committed to reducing veteran suicides by enhancing their access to care. Our daily outreach allows us to help more veterans rediscover purpose and instill hope in their lives.
Veterans Commit Suicide Every Year
Combat Veterans Live in Florida
Increase in Suicide among veterans age 65+
Increase of suicide in veterans with PTSD
We are creating access to improve the lives of over 21,000 veterans in the Tampa Bay area through community outreach, educational resources, and technological innovations.
Military men and women from different backgrounds have a huge impact on our communities. We have come together to break down the barriers and collaborate to reduce isolation, homelessness, and suicide, so we can help veterans regain hope and flourish in life.
What we do
We plan events and provide services that help change the lives of veterans and their families. Our approach is community driven and fosters collaboration.
We identify at-risk veterans and help them reconnect with their communities to revive their sense of purpose.
We provide peer counseling from certified veterans to bridge the gap from trauma to confidence and healing.
We develop and deliver programs addressing suicide prevention in our military community.
We connect veterans with resources that provide access to shelter, food, employment, healthcare and mental health services.