- OHF provides a suite of programs for the SOF community to aid operators and their families given decades of perpetual combat operations, increased suicides, and an alarming divorce rate. Even though SOF make-up roughly less than 5% of the DoD and are comprised of the US military’s most elite, SOF has the highest casualty, divorce, and illness rates amongst all services.
- OHF’s programs are specifically designed and tailored to enable these war-torn men and women to break through the silence to openly discuss their battlefield and personal hardships and provide needed support. A safe, protected atmosphere with an OHF staff that’s comprised of former operators, SOF spouses, and personnel who have worked serving the SOF community over a decade creates trust allowing our participants to let their guard down and share. Realizing they are not alone, participants discover it is appropriate — and not a stigma — to seek a hand up, help, support, and guidance when needed for SOF professionals and their families. And once an operator or SOF family becomes a part of our OHF alumni family—we maintain bonds and are always here if ever needed.
- Our staff serves 24/7 just like the SOF community we support.
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