For all they have done for us, let us now do for them!
The goal with starting this organization was to simply “help Wounded Heroes and educate our communities on their hidden illnesses”. This organization not only helps Wounded Heroes but “their spouses and children” through the various programs and education that we provide – Adam Jessee, CEO
Golf was the one thing I wanted to do after I learned to walk again. Being a part of the Heroes Golf Tour has “given me the tools to talk to people, be around large groups and simply allow me to have fun again”. Without a doubt, the Heroes Golf Tour “has saved my life” – John Hosea, Wounded Heroe
The statistics do not lie, “22 veterans commit suicide everyday due to mental issues, depression and PTSD”, staggering numbers that are just unacceptable!
Las Vegas 51’s Recognize Wounded Warrior Athletics
On May 22, 2015 the Las Vegas 51’s are holding their annual Military Appreciation Night at Cashman Field where Wounded Warrior Athletics (WWA) will be recognized prior to the game for their support and rehabilitation of wounded veterans. The evening will kick off with a softball game that will showcase the Wounded Warrior Athletics softball team playing against a team from Nellis AFB followed by the Las Vegas 51’s playing against the Oklahoma City Dodgers.
We pray that God protects our nation from all evil and provides strength and wisdom to our soldiers. We pray that he restores the health, hearts, minds, and bodies of current men and women that suffer from PTSD. We pray this prayer because we believe in American heroes! – Janelle Jessee
Being part of the Heroes in the Rough program has been very beneficial for me because I am “surrounded by veterans with similar mental and physical issues” which allows me to relate and deal with my issues amongst friends – Si Senethavilay, Wounded Heroe
It is amazing to be a part of this organization from the beginning and see how much it’s grown. Because of Heroes in the Rough “I spend more time outside and not isolated in my home dealing with mental issues alone” – Ed Wright, Wounded Heroe