Who We Are
Veterans inspiring Veterans to #GetOutTheDamnHouse, escape the isolation that physical and mental pain may cause us to find comfort in. Breaking the Stigma that stops Veterans from accessing VA Healthcare and living life #StigmaFree with #FNG
Forgotten Not Gone is a 501(c)(3) Veteran For Purpose Organization that is dedicated to “Stomping Out Veteran Suicide!” Feeling Alone, Forgotten and Abandoned causes #TooDamnMany Veterans to take their own lives daily in the United States. We proactively engage Suicide Prevention through Emotional, Physical and Spiritual Health within a Veteran Peer Support environment. #FNG inspires our military community who were not lost at war but Forgotten at Home to make a decision to live again.
Nevada is one of the highest in the Nation in suicides. Veterans and their loved ones in crisis should call 1-800-273-8255 and Press 1 or chat online at VeteransCrisisLine.net to receive free, confidential support from the VA Veterans Hotline 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year, even if they are not registered with VA or enrolled in VA health care. Veteran Administration Suicide Prevention Resources for Veterans and Their Loved ones #BeThere https://www.mentalhealth.va.gov/suicide_prevention/resources.asp
Forgotten Not Gone is ran by an All-Volunteer Force. Info@ForgottenNotGone.Org (702) 706-5777
Meet The Founders
PETER “KÉPHAS ISRAEL” GUIDRY & KELLEY GUIDRY
Forgotten Not Gone is Founded by Veterans for Veterans. Currently we rely solely on the support of our 100% Volunteer staff, Donations and Sponsors.
View Founder Bios Below!
Kelley Guidry is a former Service Member who served in the United States Air Force. She was awarded an Accommodation Medal for her role in Operation Enduring Freedom from Nellis Air Force Base, 820th Red Horse Squadron, directly following the 9-11 Terror attacks. Following a challenging 10 years of struggling…
Peter Guidry is an Air Force Veteran and Co-Founder of Forgotten Not Gone. Peter was medically separated from Nellis Air Force base in 2002. His numerous health issues and horrible after service Healthcare led to severe depression and self-destructive behavior. Peter and his Air Force Veteran wife, Kelley Guidy, started…