You deserve to live a great life
You may think something is wrong with you – and worry that you may never be right again. You might be thinking of giving in or giving up. The days are painful and joyless; the nights long and sleepless. We get it. We’ve been there. In those deep, dark holes that seem to know no end. And we have learned a few things about struggle along the way.
You aren’t broken. In fact, there is nothing wrong with you. You just haven’t been trained to struggle well. With the right training and practices, you can stop surviving and start living. You can transform the deepest of struggles into the greatest of strengths, and get back on the path to a great life. Join us.
About the Program
Boulder Crest Foundation led the development of the nation’s first-ever program designed to cultivate and facilitate Posttraumatic Growth — Warrior PATHH (Progressive and Alternative Training for Healing Heroes). Warrior PATHH is an 18-month program that begins with an intensive and immersive 7-day Initiation and is delivered to combat veterans and first responders.
Warrior PATHH was designed to address the critical challenge that far too many service members and veterans either were unwilling to seek treatment (50 percent) or failed to complete treatment (67 percent).
Warrior PATHH was developed over the course of four years, and during that period time learned a great deal about was and was not working. Several truths became very clear:
What is Warrior PATHH?
Warrior PATHH is a transformative, lifelong, Posttraumatic Growth-based training program for combat veterans and first responders. The training begins with a 7-day on-site initiation that is followed by 18 months of training delivered by our instructors through our myPATHH platform.
Warrior PATHH enables these remarkable men and women to transform times of deep struggle into profound strength and growth. All Warrior PATHH instructors have walked this road from struggle to strength, and the blended team of trained combat veterans and civilians leverage their own experiences to guide attendees.
Why Does Warrior PATHH Work?
Warrior PATHH works, where mainstream mental health approaches fail, for a number of reasons:
Who is Eligible for Warrior PATHH?
Warrior PATHH programs are available for both male and female combat veterans — active duty or veteran, and first responders who have been involved in critical incidents.
No clinical diagnosis or prior mental health care is required to attend.
If you are interested in applying for Warrior PATHH — and meet the above criteria as a combat veteran or first responder, click the link below. Please note that Warrior PATHH is now delivered at locations across the country. Your application will be reviewed by a Warrior PATHH team based on your geography and program availability.
Meet OUr A Team
Warrior PATHH 2021 Schedule
Boulder Crest’s Warrior PATHH program is delivered at seven locations across the country — at our facilities in Arizona and Virginia, and nationally with our Mobile Training Team; and in partnership with GratitudeAmerica (Florida), Camp Southern Ground (Georgia), Travis Mills Foundation (Maine), Big Red Barn Retreat (South Carolina), Sheep Dog Impact Assistance (Arkansas beginning in March 2021), and Northwest Passage (Washington State beginning in August 2021)
Northwest Passage Warrior PATHH (Chimacum WA): July 23-29
Northwest Passage Warrior PATHH (Chimacum WA): August 13-19
September 2021 (Women’s Session)
Northwest Passage Warrior PATHH (Chimacum WA): September 24-30
Northwest Passage Warrior PATHH (Chimacum WA): October 15-21
Northwest Passage Warrior PATHH (Pilgrim Firs Camp & Conference Center, Port Orchard WA): November 12-18
Northwest Passage Warrior PATHH (Pilgrim Firs Camp & Conference Center, Port Orchard WA): December 3-9
Northwest Passage Warrior PATHH (Pilgrim Firs Camp & Conference Center, Port Orchard WA): December 13-19
I cannot express my gratitude enough for WP. This week has been such a blessing and a ridiculous affirmation that has been humbling and encouraging at the deepest levels of my soul.”
Questions? Please contact our team at firstname.lastname@example.org
Who We Are
We are committed to bringing hope and healing to our first responders, military members, veterans and their families dealing with post-traumatic stress and combat trauma.
Do You Need Help?
If you are in a crisis and need to talk right away, or you are concerned about somebody else, there is always someone to listen and help.