That statement is a lynchpin in the BCR construct. So, what’s BCR? BCR stands for Boulder Crest Retreat, one of two “get-aways” for first responders and combat vets that help them get right with themselves.
Boulder Crest is an extraordinary non-profit organization. Straight from the statements in their official website (https://www.bouldercrestretreat.org), they “exist to solve the mental health crisis and to heal our military members, veterans, and their families dealing with PTSD and combat-related stress, so they can live productive, fulfilling, and service-oriented lives at home.” And boy do they ever.
I am proud to be an alumnus of this organization. I wear the dog-tag daily as a reminder of the long journey I joined them on just a few short weeks ago. These folks are life changers. If you haven’t already clicked on the link above – DO IT NOW. Scroll through the services provided. Please. Chances are you know someone that could benefit from this organization.
I attended the Arizona Retreat, and took part in the Warrior PATHH program recently. The PATHH stand for Progressive and Alternative Training for Healing Heroes. It is a weeklong, fully-funded program to get first responders and combat veterans back on track, if they feel like they’ve lost a step, lost a piece of themselves, or just plain feel lost.
Two words from me: GAME CHANGER.
I can’t give away any of the curriculum and I am trying to take care not to give too much away. The links I will supply on this blog page should give one all they need to make a decision that could change their lives (and the lives of their loved ones).
Why should one go? (https://www.bouldercrestretreat.org/testimonials-2/)
Here’s what the TODAY SHOW recently presented:
I’m not paid by this organization or anything like that, but my family and I will now certainly volunteer whenever we can to get the word out. If after reading this stuff and you get the “feels” in the same way, PLEASE share.