All Points North Awarded Community Partner of the Year by WarriorNOW for its Support and Dedication to Ending Veteran Suicide
Whole person health company will host 1st Annual Miles for Mental Health fundraiser
EDWARDS, CO [May 17, 2023] – WarriorNOW, a network of Veteran and family member Warriors who are invested in ending Veteran suicide, named All Points North (APN) its Community Partner of the Year. The only whole-person health company offering innovative treatment for the mind, body, and soul across the full continuum of care, APN is recognized for its dedication, service, and commitment to Veterans’ mental health and recovery.
In its mission to end Veteran suicide, WarriorNOW has served thousands of Veterans since 2019 and provided former military members with peer support services, mental health services, training and transitional services for judicially impacted Veterans. Together, APN and WarriorNOW have created a community of Veteran support across Colorado, and for the past two years, APN has proudly sponsored WarriorNOW’s End Veteran Suicide Gala in which every dollar raised goes directly to acting against veteran suicide.
“Our work with WarriorNOW is incredibly close to our hearts at APN,” said Jason Thompson, President of Plus by APN and himself a veteran. “Having served with the U.S. Marine Corps for 6 years, I understand the unique needs of Veterans and how APN addresses them. Our dedicated curriculum for Veterans acknowledges how different their experience is from civilians to better treat PTSD, traumatic brain injuries, depression, anxiety, and substance misuse. APN is honored to support Veterans in mental health and recovery with the world-class treatment they deserve.”
APN is further supporting WarriorNOW with its first annual Miles for Mental Health fundraiser at Del Mar Park in Aurora, CO at 9:00 am MST on May 20, 2023. The new yearly initiative will take place as a collective motorcycle ride, with 100% of profits benefiting WarriorNOW. In addition to the ride, the event will include an opening ceremony, kids’ activities, vendor booths, games, and a dice roll by Sober Souls. Pledged groups include the Denver Veteran’s Motorcycle Chapter and Harley Davidson, among other health and treatment centers.
“Our Miles for Mental Health event is just another way in which APN is showing up to support Veterans and their families,” said Thompson. “We plan to continue raising funds and awareness year after year until the stigma associated with mental health is eliminated and every Veteran has a direct path to the healing they deserve.”
There are several ways in which individuals can support the Miles for Mental Health fundraiser and provide life-saving resources to WarriorNOW. Individuals can sign up to ride and join the strong community of Veterans and supporters already pledged to participate or share it with their network. Exhibitor spaces and sponsorship packages are also available at the Bronze ($500), Silver ($1000) or Gold ($1500) levels and are available at this link.
For more information on APN, please visit www.apn.com.
APN is a whole-person health company offering innovative treatment for the mind, body, and soul across the full continuum of care. Its unique approach includes integrated, custom care plans and emerging, evidence-based treatments for on-site and outpatient services including, but not limited to group and individual therapy, medical detox, deep TMS, hyperbaric oxygen therapy, trauma-based therapy, medication management, small-group fitness, and more. Since opening a flagship residence in Edwards, Colorado, APN has expanded to include additional locations in Denver and Malibu and a state-of-the art APN Connection app to support a lasting commitment to destigmatizing mental healthcare and producing long-term results. For additional information, visit apn.com.