In honor of Veterans Day, we’d like to highlight the Boulder Crest Foundation.
When we are in trouble we dial 911, and magically a superhero arrives to protect and save us, but who is there for those first responders when they need help? The Boulder Crest Foundation has a waiting list of individuals who need to be in these programs now, but they can’t do it without your help. Boulder Crest is looking to raise awareness and funds to put 1500 heroes, currently on their list, through the program.
Donate now, $10 bucks a month, less than a Netflix account, to help our first responders and veterans struggle well.
ABOUT THE BOULDER CREST FOUNDATION:
Boulder Crest Institute is the world leader in advancing the science of Posttraumatic Growth (PTG).
The science of Posttraumatic Growth was initially described in 1995 after a decade of research and clinical work focused on trauma survivors. UNC-Charlotte professors and psychologists Richard Tedeschi and Lawrence Calhoun discovered that many trauma survivors grew in positive ways in the aftermath of their trauma.
Today, Dr. Tedeschi chairs the Boulder Crest Institute and is dedicated to supporting combat veterans, first responders, and their families. Dr. Tedeschi is supported in this work by the Vice Chair of the Boulder Crest Institute, Dr. Bret Moore, a twice-deployed former Army psychologist.