What We Do

Mission Statement

To reduce veteran suicide from 22 a day to zero. Through increased awareness, education and intervention we have seen significant success. This war here at home has claimed more lives than those killed in combat over the past 50 years. Our approach allows us to reach thousands of people every week and ask them to "HELP END VETERAN SUICIDE" so we can bring suicide out of the darkness and into the light so that it may be known by all, because if you don't know about the problem, how can you help with a solution?

In addition to awareness and education on addiction we have partnered with several local rehabilitation centers. If you would like to speak with someone immediately, call the National Addiction Hotline 844-289-0879 or email us at help@patriotproject22.org

Recent studies show that 28% of women in the military will be sexually abused and or raped.

The Patriot Project provides temporary/emergency housing for women and children in need, also locate a support group to begin the healing.

If you need assistance call 24hours National Sexual Abuse Hotline 800-656-4673 or email us at help@patriotproject22.org

An average of 122 people a day in the United States commit suicide, 22 are veterans. The Patriot Project has on staff a Suicide Prevention Specialist that speaks on awareness and education across the country.

If you or someone you know needs immediate assistance the 24 hour National Suicide Hotline is 800-273-8255

The Patriot Project USA© provides counseling at no cost to those that have been affected by PTSD and abuse. Pastoral counseling is a process in which ideas and principles advanced by the disciplines of theology and sciences of behavior in working with individuals, families and groups are used.

John Calvin once wrote "It is certain that man never achieves a clear knowledge of himself unless he has first looked upon God`s face, and then descends from contemplating him to scrutinize himself."