Because We Can - Because We Care (BWC2) offers American veterans the opportunity to help us rehabilitate our horses using our own TCR Horsemanship (Trust, Confidence, and Respect).
We provide referrals to certified specialists in a variety of counseling and therapy fields, including equine therapy. All are skilled in dealing with issues facing veterans.
Blue Star Ranch provides Equine Assisted Therapy (EAT) to our nation's Veterans and their families. Our service to them is free of cost.
The Domestic Violence Center strives to end the cycle of abuse through intervention, prevention, and education. The agency changes lives.
Operation Healthy Homecoming serves veterans and their families who are homeless or at serious risk of homelessness. We help to rapidly locate housing, fund urgent needs, and link to long-term solutions for health, financial, work, and other family needs.
We are a "Habitat For Humanity" veteran-to-veteran health and wellness workshop that addresses emotional and mental health issues common to veterans, especially related to PTSD, TBI, and Military Sexual Trauma.
Lee and Joyce, both holding PhD degrees in psychology, will be available to veterans and their families for assistance in problem solving techniques, communication and listening skills, reducing and eliminating fears phobias and Post Traumatice Stress Disorder, understanding situations, managing symptoms, and coping with reactions when reintegrating into civilian life.
The USC School of Social Work, the largest social work school in the world assigns Master's Degree candidates, (qualified in veteran and military issues) to the College Of The Canyons mental health program and Veteran Resources Center to provide counseling and therapy to veterans in need of assistance.