DALLAS NEWS - More than 400 VALOR members in North Texas give their personal time to help one another, as well as other veterans, active-duty military and their families throughout the region.
NBC5 DFW | TEXAS TODAY - Neil Mullaney and Andre Jackson share how Heroes on the Water brings hope and healing to veterans and their families through outdoor programs.
Tracy, a dedicated school teacher in New York with a passion for fishing, and Gordon, an Army veteran with a love for the outdoors, exemplify the power of involvement in helping veterans.
“Being able to utilize aquatic therapy and getting on the water with my peers and people that have the same problems that I do to reset and talk about family helps us feel better about ourselves. We need that help.”
As a Clinical Psychologist having seen some of the worst actions our military endured in Afghanistan, Bob Bischoff understands the healing power of Heroes on the Water kayak fishing programs.
Law enforcement and first responders benefit from recreational therapeutic programs such as kayak fishing, as demonstrated by the Music City Chapter of Heroes on the Water.
Families of veterans and first responders also serve, often in ways many of us do not understand. When it comes to providing a fun event that provides healing and harmony, kayak fishing with Heroes on the Water chapters fills the bill.
Heroes on the Water has two programs that align so that our veterans and active-duty military can consistently receive the powerful healing of kayak fishing. The effect is a long-term positive impact for our heroes and their families.