About Boulder Crest
Our PATHH programs are based on sound and proven mental health and wellness principles, and decades of research into the proven framework of Posttraumatic Growth. These programs use a unique blend of wellness practices to help participants and their families make peace with their past, live in the present, and begin planning for their future.
A team of trained combat veterans and first responders lead participants through an intensive, immersive, seven-day program introduction, followed by 18 months of online training, support, and accountability.
Our PATHH programs ensure participants can transform struggle to strength. Warrior PATHH is the first-ever program designed to cultivate and facilitate Posttraumatic Growth (PTG).
The stories our participants tell are wrenching. “I was lost.” “I wasn’t prepared for the next step.” “You’re just AWOL, and nobody cares.”
Stress leaves a mark on people that others don’t always see. At Boulder Crest, we see it, understand it, and know how to transform those struggles to strength. Boulder Crest created Warrior PATHH for the hundreds of thousands of warriors who are fighting the battle on the home front: the fight to find a life worth living. The effects of traumatic stress on combat veterans and first responders are the catalyst for Warrior PATHH.
Who is eligible for Warrior PATHH:
Warrior PATHH is available to men and women combat veterans and first responders.
- Participants MUST be active, retired, or separated from service. We support all military, first responder, reservists and National Guard members.
- We define a “combat veteran” as anyone who has deployed, or supported a combat zone.
- We define a “first responder” as anyone who serves their community as a Police Officer, Sheriff’s Deputy, Fire Fighter, EMS, Health Care Worker, or any Federal Law Enforcement or Intelligence Agency personnel.
Please note that Warrior PATHH is delivered at locations across the country. Your application will be reviewed by a Warrior PATHH team based on your geography and program availability.
*Warrior PATHH is an approved program of the Fraternal Order of Police (FOP), the Virginia Department of Criminal Justice Services, and is Arizona Peace Officer Standards Training (POST) Certified.
Disclaimer: Warrior PATHH is a peer-based training program that relies on a variety of educational and experiential activities for the purpose of teaching life skills, increasing community integration and involvement, and promoting physical, emotional, relational, financial, and spiritual health. Warrior PATHH is not an outpatient or residential clinical treatment program and does not offer any health care services including, but not limited to, use of licensed healthcare professionals in the delivery of programs or supervision of staff. Warrior PATHH does not involve the provision of health care of any kind including, but not limited to, individual, group, or family counseling or psychotherapy, pharmacological management, or medical interventions. Warrior PATHH is not offered as a substitute or replacement for health care services, which may be ongoing or needed at any time by program participants.
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