First Responders

Supporting Veteran
First Responders & Georgia National Guard/Reserves

Friday, September 16, 2022
Konica Minolta Room At Truist Park

Event Registration

9/11 Legacy of Service is reserved for veteran first responders and Georgia National Guard/Reserves. 

The Warrior Alliance, a Georgiabased 501(c)(3), is honoring Veteran First Responders and National Guard/ Reserves for their post-911 “service beyond service” as part of a Mental Health and Well-Being event on Friday, September 16, 2022 at The Battery Atlanta.
“Remembering 9/11- A Legacy of Service” will feature Information sessions, Testimonies, Peer group discussion, and Networking for Veterans and family members of Georgia’s Police, Fire fighter, Emergency management, and National Guard/Reserves.

Event Schedule


Learn from Atlanta-area Veteran
Healthcare experts and Veteran
Service Organizations about
free mental health and
well-being services
and programs.


Meet and network with
first responder peers and
service providers to build
relationships and register
for Veteran services.


Post-event tickets to the Atlanta
Braves vs. Philadelphia Phillies
game will be available on
a limited, reserved basis.
Attendees must complete all
event sessions to qualify.

Participating Service Organizations

The Warrior Alliance Home Base serves as a one-stop, central connection point
for Veterans, Service Members, National Guard/Reserves, and their families to obtain holistic
transition assistance and engage with Greater Atlanta’s Veteran services community.

This free event will include a panel discussion with subject matter experts from the Atlanta VA
Healthcare System and the following best-in-class Veteran Service Organizations.

SHARE Military Initiative provides comprehensive rehabilitation at no cost to military veterans, service members, and first responders who have traumatic brain injuries and co-occurring mental health concerns, so they can embark on a truly individualized and impactful path to renewed relationships, purpose, and life.
Helps post-9/11 veterans find community, purpose and support during and after their transition back to civilian life at no cost to participants. Warrior Week helps veterans discover their strengths, define their purpose and develop an action plan for a fu lfilling life after military service. Warrior PATHH is a transformative, lifelong, Posttraumatic Growth-based training program for veterans struggling with PTSD, depression, anxiety and/or combat stress.
Provides best in class outpatient treatment for current military (active, guard, and reserve) and veterans at no cost. Treatment is custom tailored to provide proven methods to treat trauma and symptoms that come with trauma. This one of a kind model uses experienced clinicians and is offered to those veterans from any branch of service, any service era, and any discharge status.
Provides nationally renowned, free, confidential care for post 9/11 Veterans healing the invisible wounds of military service using an expert team of clinicians, case managers, outreach coordinators and specialists who work together to help veterans and service members reclaim their lives at no cost to the Veteran.
Since 2010 providing Family Warrior Weekends for all military families who’ve endure combat and/or trauma. Families are able to bond, destress to form new memories and explore ways to have fun together while at camp through intentional programs and therapeutic recreation.

Event Sponsors

VFW Post 10822
Dunwoody/Sandy Springs, GA

Veterans Supporting Veterans

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