All For One
American Legion Post 7 initiated Operation Warrior Hope to focus on wellness and veteran suicide prevention within the Tampa Bay Military Community.
In our fight against veteran suicide, we formed a key alliance. American Legion, AMVets, and VFW came together with 27 community partners and built a sustainable center focused on suicide prevention and mental health outreach. Our model utilizes top practices and innovative prevention methods. It helps boost mental health and builds resilience in our military community.
As we continue to evolve the partnership, it will provide a new model for community-level engagement to support the American Legion’s suicide prevention district and state initiatives and the American Legion’s suicide prevention mission – “Be the One.”
Serve the changing needs of our military community.
To bridge the gap between the challenges our veterans face and the resources they require, Operation Warrior Hope dedicates itself to timely, tailored interventions. By recognizing the uniqueness of each veteran’s journey, we aim to provide immediate support, fostering an environment where asking for help becomes a symbol of strength for our entire military community.
Become an American veterans wide model for serving our military community.
Whether it is a reassuring conversation, financial help, education, professional training, or simply the assurance that they are not alone, we will ensure that everyone gets the support that meets them where they’re at as quickly as possible.
Develop, deliver, and connect programs serving the wellness needs of our veterans and broader military community.
We envision a society where every veteran confidently reaches out and asks for help regardless of their struggle. Operation Warrior Hope wants to ensure our guidance is accessible to all veterans statewide.
We have numbers that push us to give our best as we set the standard high for Veteran Outreach and Shared Services. We are happy to be growing and helping more veterans day after day.