Operation Rapid Reinforcement was launched to bridge our gap in support, and make sure all veterans and service members who need us receive our highest level of care.
A pioneer in the world of social giving, Harry’s sets aside 1% of its revenue annually to donate to organizations that share in its ambition to improve mental health care for men everywhere.
Each year, the support we receive from Harry’s empowers hundreds of service members, veterans and military families with hope for the future.
Founded in 2018, Allegiance Flag Supply makes one thing: the American flag. Their passion for patriotism has created American jobs and contributed to a resurgence of textile manufacturing in the United States.
Each flag is hand sewn in the U.S. by third generation seamstresses who assure the highest standard of quality in each flag.
For more than 60 years, Magna International has been one of the most respected automotive suppliers in the world. The company is dedicated to delivering new mobility solutions and technology that will change the world.
Magna's products can be found on most vehicles today and come from 347 manufacturing operations and 90 product development, engineering and sales centers in 28 countries.
Our core investment in elite behavioral health personnel dictates that we don’t settle for mediocrity.
Every member of our Wellness Center team has an advanced degree in at least one area of behavioral health, and many of them are licensed mental health care providers.
Each Wellness Coordinator goes through extensive training upon joining our team, including training:
The long-term mental health impacts of the crisis in Afghanistan are unknown at this point. We only know one thing: they’re definitely coming.
Longtime SSS team member Brian Buland is a U.S. Marine Corps veteran who deployed to Afghanistan as part of Operation Enduring Freedom. He was also on the ground in D.C. during the effort dubbed "Digital Dunkirk," the most successful private evacuation effort linked to the withdrawal from Afghanistan.
Brian's personal account of his time in country, the recent efforts to evacuate citizens and allies, and the feelings resulting from the end of America's 20-year engagement is a powerful, must-read window into how this crisis is impacting veterans' and service members' lives right now.