The Mission Of Forgotten Not Gone

…is to get suffering veterans physically active and interacting with society.

Forgotten Not Gone is a 501(c)(3) For Purpose organization dedicated to helping save veterans and their families from the destruction of suicide. Through emotional, physical, and spiritual actives sponsored by the organization veterans  are encouraged to re-engage with society and are brought out of the isolation that many experience once they return home.

We find the physical activity is on the the surest ways to engage veterans back into an active, social life. Too many veterans go within, shutting off the outside world until it is too late. Right now 22 Veterans are taking their own lives EACH day in America.

Peter Guidry, Co-Founder of Forgotten Not Gone, knows firsthand the struggle and how much this organization aids veterans. Guidry says, “I feel like I’m serving this country again, but I no longer have to be violent to do so.”


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Three Key Channels

Emotional

We provide a venue for service members who have lived through similar experiences to share and become comfortable with their past. We also do talk therapy and encourage healthy coping skills.

Physical

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Outreach through physical activity has a profound effect on a person. We have a fleet of recumbant bikes which we ride with the vets to help them get their mind off things and build endorphins naturally.

Spiritual

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Forgotten Not Gone encourages spiritual health and development for our service members. We provide an outlet for veterans suffering from suicidal issues to deal with them on a spiritual level.

Romans 15:4 / Ecclesiastes 3:1-8


WHY FORGOTTEN NOT GONE AND VETERANS NEED YOUR SUPPORT

Veteran Suicides Per Day In The US

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Veterans Have Considered Committing Suicide

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Veteran Suicides That Are Age 50+

Veteran Commit Suicide Each Year



“PEOPLE DON’T DIE FROM SUICIDE. SADNESS KILLS THEM.”

– Unknown


The Recumbent Trikes

Stability

Overcome balance issues by riding on three wheels

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Recognition

Be recognized around town while riding our trikes

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Visibility

Be seen easier with a larger vehicle and lights

Volunteer

Here are our listings for volunteer positions open with Forgotten Not Gone. Please click on the link below for more information about the position.



Forgotten Not Gone Media

Congressman Cresent Hardy Veteran Care Fair. With the Admiral Ron holding it down telling the congressman 22 Veterans commit suicide Daily. We have the solutions and need help getting our center staffed 24/7 plus more trikes.

Veterans working together to save other veterans from the ravages of suicide through, recreation, physical activities and fellowship.

22 Veterans commit Suicide Daily and this is what we do to fix the problem in the video. Part 2 VA Pill Pushers is our latest College of Southern Nevada Student Film.

ForgottenNotGone.ORG is dedicated to helping save veterans and their families from the destruction of suicide. Feeling alone,forgotten and abandoned, causes 22 veterans a day to take their own lives in the United States.

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