Warriors at Home

Business Address: 2081 US 70 E
Marion, NC 28752
Mcdowell County
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Business Contact: Mr. Kenneth Doyle
President
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Non-Profit Organization | Member since March 19th, 2016

Warriors at Home is dedicated to preventing and eliminating veteran suicide.

Warriors at Home provides monthly peer support meetings hosted by veterans that have overcame their own battles with suicide.

Warriors at Home also hosts monthly recreational events, such as bowling, dinner, movies, fishing, camping, at no cost to the veterans. These events are designed to help re-engage the veteran into their community and enjoy life.

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