Veteran To Veteran
"The primary focus of recreational therapy, is to restore and or rehabilitate in order to improve functioning and independence as well as reduce or eliminate the effects of illness or disability." --The American Therapeutic Recreation Association (ATRA)
The Liberty Run Foundation Downrange Outdoor Sports Experience (D.O.S.E) is an Adaptive Sports Program that helps reconnect physically altered veterans with the outdoor activities they love and actively enjoyed before their traumatic experience. LRF-V2V D.O.S.E. Program is designed to provide opportunities that will allow disabled veterans and their families to enjoy outdoor sports activities.
The D.O.S.E. Programs strives to motivate and empower disabled veterans through challenging and exciting outdoor sports activities. LRF-V2V DOSE enables them to experience the love of adventure and outdoors successfully both physically and emotionally. With the help of qualified professional guides and volunteers, this program utilizes the natural outdoors to create exceptional opportunities where disabled veterans can participate in guided trips and adventures while enjoying the camaraderie of others.
Want more information how you can get involved? Do you know someone who could benefit from our D.O.S.E. Program?
Email us at; firstname.lastname@example.org
DOSE has teamed up with ARGO ATV in an effort to improved the capabilities and support of our physically challenged veterans. With this amazing vehicle our team will be able to expand on the DOSE Mission and provide more recreational outdoor options and we are very thankful to them. Semper Fi
When you take a willing group of aspirant physically disabled veterans who are on a mission to reconnect with the outdoors and team them up with a group of trailblazing former military veterans, call-sign “Outfallers” of the DOSE program, anything can and will happen! Using the DOSE program as a template, the Outfallers use their know how and determination to hit the seemingly impossible head on, doing whatever it takes to help these “Rough Riding” disabled veterans accomplish their mission.