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Operation Hope for Heroes 

Operation Hope for Heroes (OHH) is often the first step that Veterans take when they connect with Honor House.


OHH is a 12-week intensive group program that meets 3-4 scheduled times per week under the guidance of the Honor House Veteran Transition Specialists. This structured program is designed to set the foundation to help you as a Veteran begin to move forward physically, emotionally, socially and spiritually. Cohorts of 6-8 Veterans go through the 12 weeks together as a group engaging in traditional therapy and wholistic therapeutic activities that promote wellness and growth as you are welcomed into a community of camaraderie and support


We're Here for You

This is a commitment to yourself and the group as a whole. 

Ready to Start?

Our team is here to help. Please reach out to one of our Veteran Transition Specialists to get started on your path to healing. They are here to answer any questions you may have about our programs, begin the application process, and connect you with resources.

Tiffany Garvine

Veteran Transition Specialist

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Beckett Aguirre

Veteran Transition Specialist

  • How will I know I’m eligible for a program?
    Our programs are available to all Veterans of all eras at no cost. We have a thorough screening process to ensure this is a right fit for everyone we support. If, for any reason, we’re unable to offer our services to you, we can refer you to appropriate service providers.
  • Do I have to go through one program before going through another?
    No, we’ll work with you to plan the best course of treatment tailored to your needs.
  • How do you work to support families of Veterans?
    We know that the trauma experienced by Veterans is felt by their families. Some of the ways we've supported families of Veterans enrolled in our program(s) is through family gym memberships, toys & games to play together, therapeutic weekends away, meals, and referrals to family and couples therapy.
  • Do you provide housing?
    No, we are not a shelter or transitional housing program. However, we can provide referrals to housing programs that suit your needs.
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