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WQW believes 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.
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
Together the 13 Montana chapters of Trout Unlimited tied and secured donations of 17,944 flies to WQW
Congratulations to the George Grant Chapter of Trout Unlimited for winning the 2018 Tie-A-Thon Challenge!Read More