Jason loved the Army — the discipline, the structure, the camaraderie. But when he was stationed at Fort Hood, Texas, he injured his knee. The damage was so bad that he needed surgery and extensive treatment to recover.
Jason has had seven surgeries so far. It’s taken a huge toll on Jason and his wife, Lindsay. Because of his injury, Jason is unable to continue working in construction, and finding a less physically demanding job has been difficult. The couple was just scraping by with their mortgage payments when the family discovered that their water line needed to be replaced.
That’s when Lindsay and Jason came to HonorBound Foundation.
The bill was quickly paid, the water line immediately fixed, and service was reconnected in their home.
Jason and Lindsay are able to breathe a little easier and move forward with their lives.
“It means the world to us,”
Lindsay says of HonorBound’s help.
BOOM. The walls violently crumbled and the ceilings came crashing down. Smoke and debris filled the air as the people trapped inside desperately tried to escape. Nichols had been hit in the head during the explosion. He thought that was the end for him.
Gary Nichols suffered a traumatic brain injury that day. But that didn’t stop him from continuing to fight for his country. Nichols continued his service in Iraq, but his head injury- combined with debilitating PTSD symptoms- made life unbearable. He had to return home.
You’d think that Gary would finally find peace once he was home again…but in September of 2018, Hurricane Florence came ashore in the Carolinas. Gary’s home was significantly damaged.
Horrific PTSD symptoms caused incredible pain and suffering for Nichols. And temporarily losing his home made him feel like he had nothing. Bills piled up. There was no end in sight.
Shouldn’t life be easier after returning from war?
Then Gary came to HonorBound. And we were here for him-paying off overdue debt and getting his electricity back on.
“It means everything to know that HonorBound is helping veterans,”