RoR Collaborates with Cornell University’s Department of Natural Resources to Expand Veteran Recovery Research
Rivers of Recovery (RoR) is pleased to announce a collaboration with Cornell University’s Department of Natural Resources (WWRx Tidball Lab) to expand our research on fly fishing as an effective treatment for PTSD, mild traumatic brain injury (mTBI), depression and anxiety disorders for Veterans.
While fly fishing’s positive effects on Veteran recovery
Starting today and running through Nov. 11, 2019, veterans, active-duty troops and Guard and Reserve members can get a one-year Amazon Prime membership for $79 — that’s $40 off the regular price.
AND if you already have an account, you can renew your Prime membership at the lower rate. To sign up for the discount, Amazon
Exide Donation Enables More Wounded Combat Veterans to Participate in Rivers of Recovery’s Recreational Therapy Programs
Rivers of Recovery is pleased to announce that Exide Technologies donated $10,000 to support wounded U.S. combat veterans participating in Rivers of Recovery programs. The donation will directly support combat veterans suffering with post-traumatic stress, mild traumatic brain injury, and other psychological wounds of war.
But our participants often find that they’ve caught the
The Stars & Stripes Charity Fishing Tournament was held June 13-14, 2019, in Newburg, Maryland. All proceeds from the event directly benefited Rivers of Recovery.
Mid River Guide Service hosted the tournament. Rivers
Alan E. Olsen received the Bronze Star for his service in the U.S. Army during WWII. He shared his experience with other veterans on our recent Michigan trip.
Alan E. Olsen has seen history with his own eyes. From the Battle of the Bulge
Rivers of Recovery held its annual Arkansas trip May 9-12, 2019, on the White River.
The trip was made possible by Arkansas community members, who helped raise funds to support the Rivers of Recovery program for combat veterans in the region.
Spearheaded by our own Levi Crawford—former RoR participant and current RoR marketing director—the trip built