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At Warriors and Quiet Waters Foundation (WQW), we believe that we are part of the solution regarding our nation’s injured defenders by providing a respite from the stresses of war, the monotony of lengthy hospital stays and traditional therapy, and the many day-to-day struggles involved in their journey home.
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Success has historically been measured by freely offered alumni testimonials. In an effort to quantifiably measure the short and long-term impact of WQW’s therapeutic programs, WQW has developed a pre- and post-FX survey for participants under the counsel of Dr. Aaron Sawyer, clinical psychologist, and contractor for the Dept. of Defense.
Silently Refreshing the Tree of Liberty
Written By: Brian Gilman, Colonel, USMC (Ret.), WQW Executive Director, October 2020 In a 1787 letter to William Stephens Smith, […]Read More
From Battlefields to the Bridgers: WQW Alumni Unite to Complete 2018 Ridge Run
From the battlefields of Iraq and Afghanistan, two combat-injured veterans make their way down the final descent of the 20-mile […]Read More
Casting for Calm: Female Combat Veterans find Solace on Montana’s Waters
One Volunteer’s reflection on her experience supporting WQW’s inaugural all-female combat veteran Fishing Experience.Read More