Rivers of Recovery started our journey in Dutch John, Utah, back in 2008. Now, 10 years later, our program has grown to 14 states and served thousands of U.S. wounded combat veterans. We're celebrating
Give a gift that keeps giving long after the holidays are over. During this season of joy, consider giving the gift of recovery to deserving U.S. combat veterans. Your contribution will support and expand Rivers
Jeff Butler, Vietnam vet and outdoor enthusiast, knows firsthand how nature helps with the healing process. A recent Wisconsin fly fishing trip with local veterans. His personal experience with fly fishing lead to
Women in the military are around men all the time. But sometimes what a woman experiences in the military isn’t the same as her fellow soldiers who are men. Participants in the Rivers of
Veteran Accessibility to Public Lands Inspires Roundtable Discussion with U.S. Secretary of Interior
The benefits of outdoor recreational therapy for veterans took center stage last week in Washington, D.C., as U.S. Secretary of the Interior Ryan Zinke hosted a meeting with veteran service organizations about making public lands
Rivers of Recovery hosted our annual Washington, D.C., fundraiser on October 3 at the Observatory at America's Square, bringing members of Congress together with community and business leaders to express their support for wounded U.S.
There's something magical about a Rivers of Recovery trip. We wish every RoR supporter could experience it. So here's the next best thing—a short video from our recent trip on the McKenzie River in Oregon.
When the rain started, they didn’t think much about it. “Hey it’s a bit of rain. No big deal,” they said. But it became a very big deal as Hurricane Harvey flooded the Houston area,