A future where all soldiers can access the type of care and support they need, when they need it.
To Foster independence and facilitate balanced living for combat veterans struggling with PTSD, TBI and substance abuse.
Ensuring Our Veterans Get The Care They Deserve
The Bodhi Battalion was founded in 2015 to address the needs of veterans who are overwhelmed with life challenges. They may struggle with homelessness, trauma, substance abuse or difficult life transitions. Unfortunately, many veterans do not know how to access their VA benefits, or they cannot receive any benefits due to their discharge status, legal issues or former area of service. With limited resources and community connections, veterans also may not have access to reliable transportation to get to and from the VA or other treatment locations. They may feel lost and alone – stuck spiraling down a painful life path.
Our nonprofit organization is dedicated to housing homeless veterans and helping veterans find the treatment, guidance and security they need to rebuild their lives. The Bodhi (pronounced Bo-dee, meaning “awakening”) Battalion recognizes the sacrifices veterans have made for our country and seeks to ensure they all receive compassionate and well-rounded support.
Find Hope And Support Through The Bodhi Battalion
If you or your loved one is a veteran and needs a safe home, reliable treatment or life transition assistance, please contact us today. No matter a veteran’s service era or background, the Bodhi Battalion can help him or her build a rewarding, calm and connected life.
Get Involved And Contribute To Our Cause
As a nonprofit with no paid employees, we rely on our generous volunteers and donors to help meet the needs of the veterans we serve. We have a variety of opportunities for you or your business to get involved and invest in the success of local veterans in need.
You may be interested in volunteering your time and expertise to help plan events, build partnerships or maintain the safety and cleanliness of our veteran housing buildings. It’s also possible that you are a therapist or service provider who has experience treating veterans with physical or emotional challenges, and you would like to donate your time to give them an opportunity to receive the care they need. Or perhaps you are a veteran who has overcome difficulties in the past, and now you would like to mentor fellow veterans, setting a positive example and offering your guidance.
Since our organization does not have any overhead administration costs, 100 percent of the funding we receive benefits our veterans. Whether you would like to donate your money in honor of a veteran loved one or you are interested in making a one-time or recurring donation to improve a veteran’s life your contribution will go directly into helping the brave individuals we serve. Or, instead of donating money, you may be interested in donating new or gently used items to veterans who are just beginning their healing process with the Bodhi Battalion.
If you would like to get your corporation or business involved in helping veterans in the Denver metro area, we are excited to start an important partnership with you and your company. Whether you are interested in investing in our cause, volunteering with your team members or offering us your space to host an event, we want to hear from you!