Wesley and Levi, Service Dog provided by WCC Support Mission Based Trauma Recovery for Vets U.S. Army National Guard Member Ryan Garrison and WCC's Luke

Warrior Canine Connection

Org #26970
Vetted since 2014
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years fundraising
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Warrior Canine Connection is a pioneering organization that utilizes clinically based Canine Connection Therapy to empower returning combat Veterans who have sustained physical and psychological wounds while in service to our country. Based on the concept of Warriors helping Warriors, WCC's therapeutic service dog training program is designed to mitigate symptoms of Post Traumatic Stress and Traumatic Brain Injuries, while giving recovering Service Members and Veterans a sense of purpose, help in reintegrating back into their families and communities, and a potential career path as a service dog trainer. The program also produces highly skilled Warrior-trained service dogs that will pr... read more

Project Leaders
Jennifer Wilder
Jennifer Wilder
Rick A Yount, Jennifer Wilder, Kevin Simpson, Molly Morelli, Kim Vaughan, Donna Vaughan
Organization Information
14934 Schaeffer Road
Boyds, MD 20841
United States
Organization Information
14934 Schaeffer Road
Boyds, MD 20841
United States

Project Reports

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Nov 4, 2020
Dynamic Duo: Wesley & Levi
If you follow many of the WCC service dog teams on Facebook, you may be familiar with the handsome and talented Levi — a Golden Retriever from Holly’s Half Dozen litter. He can be seen in...
Oct 5, 2020
Virtual Classes New Norm for WCC
Over the past couple of weeks, thousands of schools,universitiesandotherorganizations have transitioned to onlinemeetings andlearning, and Warrior Canine Connection is no exception.Due to COVID-19...
Jul 13, 2020
Responding to COVID 19
I hope this message finds you and your families healthy and safe. We look forward to moving past this time and on to brighter days ahead.  June was National Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)...
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