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Thank you everyone who came out to meet Zach last night in Sacramento! It was a great evening and we even got some coverage on Channel 10. Pictured Left to Right: Volunteer therapists Catherine Lieb, LCSW, Juanita Holmes, LCSW, Sacramento Chapter Director Shing Long, Zach Sherman, David Hammer, LMFT and Barbara Goldberg, LMFT. Also pictured, a therapy dog. Thanks everyone! ... See MoreSee Less

12 hours ago

Thank you everyone who came out to meet Zach last night in Sacramento!  It was a great evening and we even got some coverage on Channel 10.  Pictured Left to Right:  Volunteer therapists Catherine Lieb, LCSW, Juanita Holmes, LCSW, Sacramento Chapter Director Shing Long, Zach Sherman, David Hammer, LMFT and Barbara Goldberg, LMFT.  Also pictured, a therapy dog.  Thanks everyone!

The Soldiers Project shared Expedition Recovery's post.

Expedition Recovery continues. If you are in the greater Sacramento area, you can meet Zach tomorrow evening at American River College. For more information on Expedition Recovery, and why Zach is supporting The Soldiers Project, please visit:

expeditionrecovery.blogspot.com/
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If you want to come out and see me or the bike in Sacramento please stop in! It will be a great opp...

2 days ago

Expedition Recovery continues. If you are in the greater Sacramento area, you can meet Zach tomorrow evening at American River College. For more information on Expedition Recovery, and why Zach is supporting The Soldiers Project, please visit:

http://expeditionrecovery.blogspot.com/

OUR IMPACT

6,173

Professional Therapy
Service Hours Donated in 2015

702

Individuals
Served in 2015

428

Active
Clinical Volunteers

150+

Continuing Education Credits 
Provided to Mental Health Professionals in 2015

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“I volunteer because my brother was in Vietnam and when he came back he needed services such as the counseling The Soldiers Project provides. If The Soldiers Project had been around then, his life would have been much more fulfilling and enjoyable.”