From suffering and suicidal with PTSD, follow along as Jeremy shares his journey to happiness and purpose through his experience in partnership with horses.
Jeremy Svejcar (pronounced SVEET-sir) spent nearly 10 years serving in the US Military, deploying four times in support of the war on terror. After years of struggle he found peace and purpose through horsemanship.
In 2016 Jeremy and his wife Rose founded Charlie Five, a nonprofit organization whose mission is to provide equines to Veterans and First Responders to help them find the same peace and purpose that Jeremy found. Jeremy and Rose live with their daughter near Albuquerque, New Mexico.
"There are probably a million quotes out there about how horses have the ability to change and positively impact lives. I'm living proof that they can. At Charlie Five, we believe in the power of horsemanship to challenge our nation's heroes to become leaders again." -Jeremy
Charlie Five Inc. is a federally registered 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that provides sound, quiet, and gentle equines and equine training to Veterans and equine assisted therapy programs at no cost.
Founded by Iraq War Veteran, Jeremy Svejcar and his wife Rose, Charlie Five was established after he completed an intense, 3-phase program designed to reintegrate, challenge and drive Veterans to success.
The introduction to this podcast is narrated by Rick Lamb PhD.
*The information provided in this podcast is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical, psychiatric or veterinary advice or treatment. Always seek licensed medical, psychiatric, or veterinary care.
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For more information about the Host, Ginny Jablonski, please refer to her website at www.heartofthehorse.us