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Life and Work with Eva Belanger

Recently, there has been a lot of media interest in Warriors Live On. We are incredibly grateful to be receiving this coverage as it is an opportunity to expose people to the work we do and raise awareness about Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, which many of our veterans are dealing with after seeing combat. It…

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Gay San Diego: Courage, Honor and Activism

It’s with excitement that we share the news that Warriors Live On founder Eva Belanger had the great honor of being inducted into the Benjamin F. Dillingham,III and Bridget Wilson LGBT Veterans Wall of Honor on November 8 at the San Diego LGBT Community Center. Belanger was admitted during a standing-room-only event alongside ten other…

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Humility and Gratitude: Thoughts and Images from the May 25- 28 2018 Nature Trek

From May 25 to May 28 combat veterans with Warriors Live On went on a five day nature trek in the mountains of Southern California. These nature excursions are an important part of WLO’s integrative approach to overcoming trauma and offer some of the most powerful and healing moments experienced by all involved. Below are…

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WLO Founder Eva Belanger, honored by Connected Women of Influence

On March 21, Warriors Live On founder Eva Belanger was honored by Connected Women of Influence as one of four finalists for the 2018 Veteran’s of Influence award. An incredible moment for her, Eva said, “I was pulled on stage and it was really honoring and it felt incredible to be in the company of…

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Wilderness: The New Treatment for PTSD

Backpacker magazine has run an amazing story that confirms what we already know to be true: There is Power in Nature! ________ Wilderness: The New Treatment for PTSD Annette McGivney   New science seeks to quantify how wild spaces can treat widespread mental health issues. In the wake of a personal struggle, writer Annette McGivney…

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WLO in the La Jolla Light!

We’re excited to see an article on Warriors Live On in the La Jolla Light. It really helps to make the public aware of the problems many Veterans are facing and the work that we are doing to overcome them. You can read the WLO article in the La Jolla Light here: http://www.lajollalight.com/news/sd-cm-ljl-ptsd-20171206-story.html  

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