Therapy in the Air
Hometown Heroes
22 A Day
The 22-A-Day project is an awareness program that exposes the little known fact that 22 Veterans a day commit suicide.  This is a staggering number that is often overlooked.  Our military serve and protect all of us and deserve our deepest appreciation, respect and care.  By educating the public, the 22-A-Day project hopes to inspire more people to get involved and work together by joining our resources to eradicate this problem.
The All Veteran Group (AVG) through Therapy in the Air, in support of Combat Injured Troops, helps warriors thrive through post-traumatic growth (PTG).  PTG refers to positive psychological change experienced as a result of the struggle with highly challenging life circumstances.  Therapy in the Air offers an unparalleled sense of freedom mingled with excitement unlike that of any other sport.  
Our Hometown Heroes Program is designed to showcase someone from the community who has sacrificed time and effort to better his or her community. A local hero may include but not be limited to: an average citizen who saved a life, a renowned teacher, a community humanitarian, a firefighter, a paramedic or police officer.  This program is not an award but a way to say thanks to Americans who have done great things. 
Meet Carlos Evans
Sergeant, United States Marine Corps
2005 – 2010 (5 years) Camp Lejeune
Squad Leader, Section Leader, Fire Direction Center Chief
 
Rev., Evangelist, Motivational Speaker
Wounded Warrior SGT USMC Ret
Founder C.R. Evans Ministries
Self-employed
 
 
"Don't need two hands to touch someone; don't need feet to leave a footprint in someone's heart."
                                               
- Carlos Evans, Summer 2013