Holmdel Man Walks To D.C. To Support Unbroken Warriors
Michael Dowens has started his Memorial Walk to Washington D.C. to benefit the work of Unbroken Warriors.
The mission of this 501c3 is to provide veterans that are suffering from Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) the means to pursue effective residential treatment through various proven therapeutic techniques. Our goal is for all American war veterans to manage their PTSD symptoms and regain control of their lives. according to their website.
Michael, formerly a Holmdel police officer served as a Search and Rescue Swimmer and Boatswain Mate in Liberia, Somalia, Haiti, and the Norther Arabian Gulf during Operation Iraqi Freedom.
Michael has begun the 240 mile trek to the nation's capital and you can show your support for him and the important work the organization is doing. To learn more and find out how you can help, please visit the Unbroken Warriors website.
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