Business Address: P.O. Box 3584
Greenville, SC 29608
Greenville County
WhenLifeSucks.org Website

Business Contact: Timothy Wiles
Phone: (864) 354-1817

Non-Profit Organization | Member since January 18th, 2016

WhenLifeSucks.org exists to strengthen veterans and their loved ones in the fight to heal from trauma and live well.

We provide free confidential care and holistic wellness coaching, assessments for how real life affects body resources, and retreats that engage the outdoors and an active lifestyle.

Contact WhenLifeSucks.org today in Greenville at: (864) 354-1817

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It helped me to overcome adversity, work with others to accomplish things bigger than yourself, and give back.

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