FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
What Is Range 2.14?
Range 2.14 is a nonprofit organization formed by three military veterans to help the transition back into civilian life. We are creating programs and developing plans for an 81-acre retreat in South Carolina that will provide a healing environment for returning veterans through a variety of techniques including fitness, nutrition, alternative medicine, rehabilitation methods and ongoing support.
What We Are Not:
We are not a “catch and release” program that provides no ongoing outreach or support; we are not just a temporary solution or short-term fix. Rather than a vacation from reality, Range 2.14 provides a solid foundation from which to grow, build and succeed throughout a lifetime.
Why Is This Type of Treatment Important For Veterans?
Oftentimes, veterans are over-medicated, under-funded and unequipped to handle readjusting back into society. Range 2.14 seeks to promote camaraderie, morale and purpose while recharging veterans’ self-confidence and ability to lead an empowered, successful life.
We demand a world where PTSD only borrows lives and never takes them
What do your programs entail?
Our in-house programs include physical fitness, team-building exercises and military-inspired drills. As well as proven alternative medicine therapies such as Transcendental Meditation led by human performance experts, licensed dietitians, nutritionists and transition assistance specialists.
Ongoing treatment continues for 18 months with regular check-ins by counselors and fellow veterans to create accountability and regular support.
Can you please describe the location of your facility?
We will have 81 acres of grounds in South Carolina. Our land is in a rural area far removed from the hustle and bustle of the outside world. With peaceful woods and a tranquil pond, the grounds are ideal for our group-based curriculum as well as quiet personal time.
When are you hoping to break ground?
In 2018, Range 2.14 aims to break ground in South Carolina - building an 81-acre Retreat to facilitate combat veterans, first responders and their families with the resources they need to truly come home.
Is there a cost to participate?
There is no cost for veterans to participate aside from their own travel.
What is the NCO Club?
NCOs, or non-commissioned officers, are an integral part of the United States military. Providing enlisted personnel with knowledge, confidence, advancement and support, the NCO serves as the front line in military leadership. We consider our sponsors part of this rich tradition as they are truly helping lead our veterans on the right path. Members of our NCO Club will receive special recognition, including weekend packages to our retreat with the option to take part in our curriculum alongside our visiting veterans. In turn, our veterans will have the opportunity to interact with successful business owners and entrepreneurs from across the country.