20 Veterans will take their life today.

Show your support for our nation’s 299 Warriors who are on the waiting list to attend a Mighty Oaks program.

About Mighty Oaks

The Mighty Oaks Foundation is committed to serving the brokenhearted by providing intensive peer-based discipleship through a series of programs, outpost meetings, and speaking events. Our Mighty Oaks Warrior Programs hosts such Men, Women, Mentorship and Marriage Advance Programs at multiple locations nationwide. The Warriors who attend are fully sponsored for training, meals, and lodging needs to ensure that upon arrival to the ranch, each Warrior is focused solely on his or her recovery and identifying purpose moving forward.
 
Even though the Mighty Oaks Warrior Foundation has never lost a program participant to suicide, sadly, we have experienced that tragic loss when they are on our growing waiting list. 
 
Mighty Oaks Foundation is a registered Non-Profit Organization; 501(c)(3) (EIN 45-3159170).  Tax Exemptions are available for all donations.
 
For Warriors or families in need, or to support Mighty Oaks visit: 

Words from our waiting Warriors…

  • “I know of one person who choose to take their life. I met with my case manager who strongly recommended that I look into Mighty Oaks Warrior Programs. I hope by attending a Mighty Oaks Program, I can meet with others that are experiencing similar struggles and grow a stronger relationship in my faith.” 
    navy.jpg?time=1606687013
    Veteran
    U.S. Navy
  • “I heard about Mighty Oaks through a fellow veteran at my church. After listening to his testimony and experience with the program… I quickly came to realize how this could affect my life in a positive way moving forward… I hope to gain information from fellow veterans on ways to combat the struggles and misery that are constant… and spread that to other veterans with the same struggles.”
    Army_Logo.jpg?time=1606687013
    Veteran
    U.S. Army
  • “I am being discharged from the VA hospital soon, and I know this treatment isn’t enough to get me to where I want to be. I’m looking for things that can help me with my anger, and my kids do not continue to suffer because of it. I know I’m not at a point to be home with them all the time, and I don’t want to hurt them more. The Mighty Oak Program looks like it would be very helpful, and give me the opportunity to get back what is important to me.”
    Marine_Corps.jpg?time=1606687013
    Veteran
    U.S. Marine
  • “Looking at me you don’t see it, but it’s there, I have PTSD. Everyday I struggle with feeling safe, hyper vigilance, anxiety, depression, anger, survivor’s guilt, flashbacks, and night terrors… I attempted suicide because it was too much to bear. After my suicide attempt, I spent 5 months in inpatient treatment at the VA; I learned coping skills, but it isn’t always enough. I highly recommended this program, because it changed my life. I am hoping that attending Mighty Oaks Programs will allow me to see that I am not alone, and there are others out there struggling like I am!”
    navy.jpg?time=1606687013
    Veteran
    U.S. Navy
  • “During a two week period in February 2016, I lost two of my former soldiers to suicide…While getting help at Naval Hospital Camp Pendleton I sat through a Mighty Oaks presentation given by Chris Carlisle. I applied for the program hoping to grow closer to God and develop ways to better cope with my daily struggles with PTSD.”
    Army_Logo.jpg?time=1606687013
    Veteran
    U.S. Army

No Man Fights Alone.  Join the fight and DONATE today!

Send Us a Message