We assist warriors in several areas to improve their quality of life. Ongoing events focus on bringing warriors together and getting off the couch. Examples include physical fitness, recreation, UWS outdoor adventures, and social events. Past participates have benefited from networking, fellowship, and improved overall health and well-being.
Events include zipline, rafting, survival school, snowtubing, adaptive sports and golf.
The only requirement to participate is to complete UWS intake, which includes picture of your VA ID. You must send in a check to the Greenville office for $50.00, made out to Upstate Warrior Solution, to be added to special events like Zipline, Rafting, Survival School or Snowtubing. Your check will be returned on the day of the event, unless you are a no show. You must RSVP to all events.
Bike Rides on the Swamp Rabbit Trail will be on the 1st Friday of every month, starting at 10 a.m. at the Swamp Rabbit Cafe and then we ride to Travelers Rest eat lunch then return. Email Sid Eargle at email@example.com to borrow a bike, RSVP, or request information.
Overland Unlimited Survival School, located in Highlands, NC, is available for veterans, first responders, and their spouses. This is an overnight course where you will practice basic survival skills and study combat and operational stress and resiliency techniques.
4-hour sight-seeing, day excursions, which include lunch, are also available for veterans and their families. Enjoy the mountain scenery as you cruise around the Nantahala Forest in a Pinzgauer Off-Road vehicle. Dates will be determined by your availability. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org or check out these websites:
Basic lost or injured hiker class: Survival instructor Justin Kingsland , former British Army Airborn Special Forces, has taken survival training from tactical to practical and fun.
Free Courses for Veterans and Service Members
Outward Bound has special outdoor expeditions designed to meet the needs of military veterans. We help veterans connect and readjust to civilian life.
In 1948, Earl Shaffer told a friend he was going to “walk off the war” to work out the sights, sounds, and losses of World War II. Four months later, Earl Shaffer became the first person to hike the entire length of the Appalachian Trail from Georgia to Maine.
GHS Military & Government Liaison Office
The Upstate is home to more than 100,000 veterans and South Carolina is among a handful of states experiencing an increased population of veterans. Greenville Health System’s Military and Government Liaison Office oversees the health system’s various projects involving veterans and partners with other groups across the Upstate focused on veterans issues.
Project Healing Waters Fly Fishing
Project Healing Waters Fly Fishing, Inc.™ is dedicated to the physical and emotional rehabilitation of disabled active military service personnel and disabled veterans through fly fishing and associated activities including education and outings.
Team River Runner – River to Recovery
About Team River Runner Our Mission is to provide all veterans and their families an opportunity to find health, healing, community purpose, and new challenges through adventure and adaptive paddle sports!