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Warriors in Recovery foundations" (DBA) Return to Love.

Mission: Warriors in Recovery is based out of Colorado and is a nonprofit organization established to help active duty and veterans heal from the inside out. Warriors in Recovery 's latest project will change lives by traveling across the country with it's first stop to Liberia. While there several veterans will come together and build water wells for the many people in need and help to develop sustaining programs for villages and communities.


Our warriors will be bringing water to Liberia, each warrior will raise enough money not only to go to this country and help drill and build but will also sponsor a well. They will be involved in community development activities while there. Many of my warriors say that since leaving the military they have lost a sense of purpose, this project indeed will reinstate the feeling of purpose. So not only are you helping an impoverished country you are also helping a warrior heal from within.

Bio:

My Name Jason W Frey I was born and raised in Maine. I joined the US Navy in. March of 1996 thru January of 2000. I served on the USS NIMITZ in Bremington Washington as a Aviation Boatwains Mate. I deployed on a round the world cruise from Oct 97 thru March of 98 to Norfolk Virginia. After getting out I became a Park Ranger in Yellowstone National Park, until Nov of 2000. I moved to Charlotte North Carolina to work with my cousin. I relisted in the US Navy Reserve Center Charlotte North Carolina from 2002 til 2005. Then in 2005 switched over to the North Carolina Air National Guard, as a Aerial Port Supervisor.I Deployed twice to Iraq once in 2008 to 2009 to Al taqaddum Iraq when I got injured. Then in 2010 to COB Speicher. I was put on a medical Profile till Aug 28th 2013. Then I was put on Temporary Retirement until I finally retired Feb 28th 2015

When Asked Why do you want to come on this mission:

I know as part of my recovery giving back to others is a two way street, putting a purpose in my life and giving back where others have helped me.

I would like to join you on this journey. I love helping others find hope. Showing people that others do care. Putting a smile on someone's face is the most important thing some one can give.

When told we will not be staying in hotels this is the response given:

I would prefer to stay with villagers anyway, that's the only way to realize what they have and what is the need.


Jason is a TRUE WARRIOR IN RECOVERY Please help him on his Journey to bring purpose, peace and clean water!

Thank you.

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