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The Warrior Healing Center houses multiple veteran-oriented partners and partners with other local and national organizations. Read about these organizations and how they help veterans below. 


These partners are located within the Warrior Healing Center building. Sharing space allows for easy coordination of services, allowing us to provide services without giving veterans 10 new phone numbers to try because they're just down the hall! Listed in alphabetical order. 

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Vet Center Suite: 17 

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Vet Center Readjustment Counselor Christopher J. Guerrero, LCSW facilitates support groups and sees clients in the WHC. 

  • Support groups

    • Vietnam veteran recovery and support group - 2nd and 4th Tuesdays of the Month. 

    • Veteran Women Group; support processing and skills - 1st and 3rd Tuesdays.  

  • Sees individual Cochise County clients. Reach out to Christopher to become a client. 


Marine Corps League Suite: 18 

Thunder Mountain Detachment #1283

The Marine Corps League (MCL) provides: 

  • Scholarships for veterans and the children and grandchildren of veterans

  • Annual Toys for Tots Drive



Vietnam Veterans of America Suite: 43

Cochise County Chapter 1093

Vietnam Veterans of America

  • Emergency financial and home repair assistance

  • Veteran Administration Certified Veteran Service Officer Suppor and help with Veteran Administration Claims

  • Service Documentation Assistance from National Archives and Social Security

  • Agent Orange Outreach Program

Phone: Bill: 520–559–1193  Larry: 520–559–5377


The Combat Vets Motorcycle Association (CVMA) chapter located in SV provides the following services: ​

  • Support memorial services to honor fallen Veterans

  • Veteran organization and event security 

  • Emergency Financial Assistance

  • Scholarships for combat-wounded veterans and dependants

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The veteran-led humanitarian organization Team Rubicon responds to and rehabilitates communities after disasters. In the WHC, they aid and lead community betterment projects. 

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Providing assistance, work, and service to our heroes. 

HERO Paws matches veterans and first responders with rescue dogs and trains the human with their dog so the dog can become a service animal. 

Open to first responders and veterans, 

If you need a service animal she will work with them 

Paying for it is still difficult because her 501c3 is young. 

Representative Name: Leslie Bryant

Phone: 520–999–7725

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Warrior House Project Suite: 7

  • Brand new 501c3

  • Creating group houses for veterans that need to be assisted living care and serving as an immediate short-term housing solution.

  • Assists with publicly available legal documents (wills, etc). 

Michelle Mietzner

Phone: 520–233–1699


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CWC provides cruises for purple heart veterans at no cost to the veteran. 

J.J. O'Connor President

Phone: 470–265–2383


Suite: 4


Gunny's BBQ serves up brain-slappingly good food from a food truck headquartered at the WHC. Gunny's is available for events and catering. 

Louie Aviles Owner

Phone: 520–220–3055


Suite: 5

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Women Warriors

  • Crisis Intervention for Veterans and Family Members

  • Resources for Female Veterans to Regain Self-Esteem, Trust, Honor & Dignity


Julia Henry US AF Veteran



Suite: 9

  • Scholarships for High School Seniors who are children or grandchildren of Active Duty service members and veterans. 

Preston Scull 1st Vice CDR


Phone: 520–234–0985

Suite: 22

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Graceful Passages for Vets

Spiritual guidance for veterans. 

  • Emotional Freedom Technique Tapping Therapy

  • Spiritual Counseling with On-Site Ministerial Support

Reverend Donna N Smith

Phone: 360–707–8475

Suite: 41

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Home health care provider.


representatives Kelly & Mike Hyman

Phone: 520–685–1035

Suite: 23

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Team cycling program emphasizing participation for veterans of all abilities. The group holds no-drop rides on Wednesday and Saturday mornings, with coffee to follow. 

Stu Carter president & founder


Suite: 6

Facebook: VeloVets Sierra Vista

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AFA Chapter 107. 

Suite 6 with velo vets

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  • Employment Assistance

  • Resume Writing Assistance

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Teresa Celestine <>

Kevin McFadden <>

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American Association of Retired Persons (AARP) 

The AARP holds events for tax preparation within the WHC. 

More Partners

The building is only so big, so we cant get everyone under one roof, but we hold events or have other kinds of partnerships with the following organizations and individuals. 


ACMF is a statewide organization that connects veterans with resources throughout Arizona through its Be Connected Initiative and surveying. 

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  • Employment Assistance

  • Crisis Intervention for Veterans and Family Members

  • Emergency Financial Assistance

  • Emergency Food Assistance 

  • Emergency Home Repair Assistance 

  • Emergency Relocation Assistance

  • Free Clothing Closet, Library, and Shower Facility


CLUG holds monthly meetings at the WHC, where they present topics on the Linux operating system with a discussion afterward. ​

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FFV – Flutes for Vets

FFV holds flute circles for vets and provides spiritual counseling and ministerial support.

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GC – Good Cook

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Fitness for YOUR Body

FYB provides personalized fitness programs. 

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Heros Healing Heros (H3O) provides fully assisted hunting—and other outdoor—expeditions for disabled veterans.

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GDC – Gratitude Drum Circle

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HGP – Holistic General Practice Medicine

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HOOVES – Horses Offering Our Vets Equine Services

  • Professional Association of Therapeutic Horsemanship (PATH) Certified Programs 

  • Human-Horse Ground Experience

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Honor Flights (HF) honors veterans by coordinating flights to the Washington DC monuments commemorating their service. 

Southern Arizona

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JMT provides leadership and speaker education. 

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Cindee Oswald, LCSW

  • Substance Abuse Referrals for Multiple Therapies and Modalities

  • Counseling and Therapy

  • Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)

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HR – Haydron Ranch

  • Meditation Circle

  • Intuitive Mandala

  • Human-Horse Ground Experience

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MBCS – Mrs. B’s Cleaning Service

Mrs. B's Provides discounted housecleaning services. 

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MASK Therapy - Lifecasting


Chapter 572 Auxiliary

The MIlitary Order of the Purple HEard (MOPHA) provides;  

  • Scholarships for Veterans, Children and Grandchildren of Veterans

  • Work with Schools and Other Organizations to Promote US History and the Quest for Freedom 

  • Emergency Food Assistance

  • Emergency Financial Assistance

  • Research and Return Lost or Stolen Purple Heart Medals

  • Crisis Intervention for Veterans and Family Members

  • Emergency Home Repair Assistance

  • Service Documentation Assistance from National Archives and Social Security

  • Emergency Food Assistance

MOAA – Military Officers Assn of America, Coronado Chapter


  • Scholarships for Veterans, Children and Grandchildren of Veterans 

  • Active Duty to Civilian Transition Assistance and workships – Warrior Transition Workshops

  • Financial & Investment Planning 

  • Tax Preparation, Real Estate Assistance, Retirement Planning

  • CRDP (Concurrent Retirement & Disability Pay) & CRSC (Combat-Related Special Compensation) Ambassador

OTHV – Operation Toothbrush for Homeless Veterans

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NAMI – National Alliance on Mental Illness

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RELN – Rising Eagle Livestream Network

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RWB – Team Red, White and Blue, Fort Huachuca/Sierra Vista

  • Leadership Development Program

  • Sports/Fitness Community Social & Service Events (Yoga, Cycling, Hiking, Running, Bowling)

SLP – Special Liberty Project

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TRHE – Thistle-Rose Healing Energies

QiGong Practice

SBF – Soldier’s Best Friend

Service Dog Training Facility: Matching, Training and Supporting

VAP – Veteran Arts Program – Healing with Art

Arts/Crafts Program

TSBW – Terra Soul Body Works

Bowen Therapy for Chronic Pain Treatment

WACVA-AWU – Women’s Army Corps Veteran’s Association —Army Women United

Resources for Female Veterans to Regain Self-Esteem, Trust, Honor & Dignity

WGLG – Wilson-Goodman Law Group, PLLC

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YWS – Yoga with Sylvia

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WLP – Angelstorms Photography/Warrior Legacy Project

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WWA-Warrior Wives Academy 

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AFSN – Armed Forces Survivor Network

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