One hundred percent of the revenue we receive, from the services listed below, goes directly to funding the work we do to ensure that our wounded veterans and children with special needs can receive a service dog from one of our partners.

  • Acquire a “started service dog” that has proven its ability to work in public.

  • An Emotional Support dog can help people with depression and anxiety as well as help children with a wide range of challenges in and around the home, or places where dogs are welcomed in general.

  • Learn the differences between Service Dogs and Emotional Support Dogs.

Summer Camps

Join Project 2 Heal this summer for a one week adventure in learning the art of working with dogs summer camp.  Registration will open in January, 2021.