Heroes’ Voices leverages the power of music and poetry to make a direct, positive impact on veterans who seek better lives and more satisfying reintegration into their communities.

HV131109-7xIt is difficult for many veterans to re-acclimate to civilian life, especially the estimated 500,000 veterans who are returning home from Iraq and Afghanistan with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and traumatic brain injuries (TBI).

Cathy and CynthiaHeroes’ Voices empowers the men and women who have served our country with a sense of connection and pride through participation in musical ensembles and performances. The prescription of music as therapeutic tool is robustly supported by medical and scientific evidence.

Launched in the San Francisco Bay Area in 2012 we are now expanding to communities around the country.

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Leadership and Community Support
Our Boards of Directors and Advisors includes active and retired military and VA personnel, other experts with extensive experience in non-profit organizations. In its inaugural year, Heroes’ Voices received institutional support from the Schick Foundation and the Evans Charitable Foundation; leadership gifts from several valued individual donors; and pro bono services from Orrick, Herrington, & Sutcliffe, Deloitte Consulting LLP, and Ott Design.

Strategic Vision
Our support and advocacy for research on music therapy directly and positively impact thousands of lives by connecting those in need with exciting new non-pharmaceutical treatments for issues common to the veteran population. Heroes’ Voices is expanding our direct programming while serving veterans and forging new cooperative relationships. We advocate for and facilitate programming and partnerships in communities across the country.

We are making it a common event for Veterans to share music together in communities across America.