Honor House provides a complete continuum of care for Veterans

The Veterans we serve share commonalities as they seek support in dealing with their physical, emotional, social, and spiritual pain.

We know that Veterans experience a variety of service-related physical and emotional challenges. At Honor House, we aim to be your place of healing.

Our programs help Veterans to deal with the new realities that they are facing due to their military experience and traumas. Many of the Veterans we serve have been socially isolated and crave connection with other Veterans who can relate. Others are experiencing Post-Traumatic Stress (PTS), Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI), Military Sexual Trauma (MST), have multiple physical injuries, have moral and spiritual injuries, and many are experiencing suicidal thoughts, intent, & attempts. 

Our programs offer the camaraderie Veterans had in the military and are led by Veterans themselves who integrate traditional and wholistic healing modalities in programs that are tailored to the men and women we serve.

Our programs are available to all Veterans of all eras at no cost. 


Operation Hope for Heroes

Operation Hope for Heroes 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


Operation Healing Journey

Operation Healing Journey is a 90-day program that focuses on the continuation of the Veterans transition by developing an individualized plan for life alongside each person we serve  


Alumni for Life

Lifelong peer support from fellow OHH & OHJ graduates. We offer monthly events that provide camaraderie, accountability, & connection


Instruments 4 Success

Instruments 4 Success, amplified by Honor House, promises to put the life back into your unused music equipment and instruments

Our Veteran Transition Specialists

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


Frequently Asked Questions


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