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Our Mission


Warrior Outreach, Inc. supports Veterans, Service Members, and their Families by offering a wide variety of equine related activities. Warrior Outreach Ranch offers confidence building, instructional and relaxing opportunities to interact with horses and enjoy family bonding.

Our main focus  is to assist Soldiers and Families in transitioning and adjusting to life after traumatic occurrences and family separation due to deployments such as war.  Our Horsemanship Program is designed to provide support, similar to equine therapy, to Veteran and their Families in the tri-community area.  We are staffed entirely by caring Volunteers and are privately funded by your donations.

Warrior Outreach partners with businesses and Volunteers in the local area to provide a free Veterans Helping Veterans home repair service for disabled and deserving Veterans and their surviving family members.  100% of your contributions go to providing support to those who need it the most.  Warrior Outreach, Inc. partners with Heartland Therapeutic Programs.

Warrior Outreach Ranch

Learn more about the facilities at the Warrior Outreach Ranch in Fortson, Georgia.

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Serving the Community

We provide a variety of services. Click here to learn more.

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Help Us Feed the Horses

Our Horsemanship Program is designed to provide support, similar to equine therapy, to Veteran and their Families in the tri-community area.  We are staffed entirely by caring Volunteers and are privately funded by your donations.

100% of the donations for this campaign will go directly to feeding the 17 horses located at the ranch and utilized for therapeutic activities.

Samuel Rhodes, founder of Warrior Outreach, is profiled in the Huffington Post.

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/warrior-outreach-horse-riding-ptsd_us_5978b5dfe4b0a8a40e848c64?vy

 

Sam Rhodes is no stranger to the toll that war can take on a person’s mental health.

The retired Army command sergeant major knows that 20 veterans die by suicide every day. He has thought of taking his own life and has struggled with a sense of hopelessness since returning from combat in Iraq in 2005 and being diagnosed with post-traumatic stress disorder.

Army Wife 101 Spotlight: CSM Samuel Rhodes (Ret) And The Warrior Outreach Program

http://armywife101.com/2017/05/army-wife-101-spotlight-csm-samuel-rhodes-ret-warrior-outreach-program.html

We are pleased to be featured in this article on Army Wife 101.

See Sam Rhodes being interviewed at the Atlanta Braves game.

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Warrior Project Interview

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Consider donating to Warrior Outreach, we are a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization. Contributions are tax-deductible. If you are interested in learning more or volunteering at the ranch, in the community or at any of our events, please call Sam Rhodes at 706-505-0708.