Warrior Canine Connection Awarded One of 19 FY18 Small Grants by the Healthcare Initiative Foundation

BOYDS, Md. – Warrior Canine Connection (WCC) is a recipient of one of 19 Healthcare Initiative Foundation (HIF) FY18 Small Grant Awards, which focus on supporting Montgomery County, Maryland-based organizations that provide high-quality, comprehensive and sustainable health and wellness services in the area. WWC received $5,000 in grant funding earmarked to support delivery of its […]

Warrior Canine Connection Receives $100,000 Grant from DAV Charitable Service Trust

BOYDS, Md. – Warrior Canine Connection’s Mission Based Trauma Recovery program just received a most welcomed financial boost; DAV (Disabled American Veterans) Charitable Service Trust has provided the nonprofit with a $100,000 grant to help support the organization’s Mission Based Trauma Recovery (MBTR) program, whereby Warriors are enlisted in a therapeutic mission of learning to […]

Warrior Canine Connection Launches Program in Baltimore City Veterans Treatment Court

Service Dog Training Program to Help Wounded Veterans Avoid Incarceration  BOYDS, Md. – Warrior Canine Connection announces it is offering a new program to support the Veterans Treatment Court in Baltimore. Working with District Court in Baltimore City, the WCC program utilizes service dog training as a community service option for Veterans involved with the […]

Warrior Canine Connection to offer Service Dog Training at the Marcus Institute for Brain Health in Denver Area

New Partnership to Help Expand Breadth of Program Interventions for Veteran Patients FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE May 31, 2018 AURORA, Colorado – Today, Warrior Canine Connection announced that it is partnering with the Marcus Institute for Brain Health at the Anschutz Medical Campus to offer service dog training as part of its roster of MIBH’s interventions […]

Warrior Canine Connection Receives Grant from Veterans United Foundation for Service Dog Training Program

BOYDS, Md. – Warrior Canine Connection (WCC) is pleased to announce it has received a $20,000 grant from Veterans United Foundation. The grant will support WCC’s mission of helping Veterans who suffer from post-traumatic stress by pairing them with service dogs in training. WCC uses a Mission Based Trauma Recovery (MBTR) therapy model designed as […]