Warrior's Path Dripping Springs

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New local veteran PTSD program

Texas Veteran Affairs Commission member and former Marine Jim Darwin, Brigadier General (retired) and State Representative District 2 Dan Flynn, Dripping Springs’ State Representative Jason Isaac, County Commissioner Ray Whisenant, Warrior’s Path Founder James Irwin, and Warrior’s Path (Boulder Facility) volunteer Josh Goldberg, all are lending their support to the local program development.

Operation Warrior’s Path, a new PTSD and reintegration assistance program for veterans, held its initial introduction presentation to the Dripping Springs community on Monday July 24, at the Loralee Foundation Ranch on Fitzhugh Road.

The event was attended by various local government elected officials, including: Dripping Springs’ State Representative Jason Isaac, County Commissioner Ray Whisenant, and DSISD School Board Member Mary Jane Hetrick; as well as representatives from the offices of Dripping Springs Congressman Roger Williams and State Senator Donna Campbell.

Operation Warrior’s Path will be a residency program, which will aid veterans dealing with PTSD (post-traumatic stress disorder) as well as societal and family reintegration issues. The program uniqueness derives from its holistic approach which includes the spouse and a renouncement of the use of drugs.

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