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ABOUT
BaseCamp For Veterans

MISSION & HISTORY.

BaseCamp for Veterans, Inc. ("BCI") was founded by life-long friends Deborah Plum & Theo Windish, who each have experience in both the private and public sectors, and who have spent a significant portion of their professional lives connecting people, being a part of charitable groups, and investing their time in projects that served a variety of communities.

The desire to create something sustainable that truly gives back to generations of people, combined with a palpable awareness of the noticeable decline in comprehensive veteran services, particularly ones that include families as part of the process, led Theo and Deborah to conclude that the veteran community was where they needed to focus their energy.

Our Mission: To respond to the needs of those who serve our nation and protect its values, by promoting personal and professional growth, and contributing to an effective, sustainable path towards reintegration.

Long-Term Goals: BCI, aims to build a supportive and engaging community for veterans and their families, which includes services such as peer-to-peer mentoring and career counseling. 

 

How We’ll Get There: The entry way into BCI’s community is an immersive week-long groundwork-focused equine therapy program. During the week-long immersive program veterans work with mustangs - wild horses that have had little human contact, and all participants have the opportunity to participate in BCI-tailored horsemanship clinics, and to ride fully trained horses. 

 

Where We Operate: BCI’s program is currently held annually in Tucson, Arizona. In the future BCI hopes to expand to other locations as long as the three fundamental elements of BCI’s program are available.  

 

How  To  Find  Out More: Email us at  info@bcampinc.com!  Reach out on  social media and sign up for our newsletter!

WILDLIFE CHALLENGES.

As of 2018 the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) manages a herd of over 80,000 wild mustangs and burros.  This is approximately 50,000 more animals than the land can withstand. BCI isn't an animal rights organization, but is proud to contribute to the training and homing of these beautiful creatures.

BCI is fortunate to work with a variety of partners that each contribute in their own way, to ensure that the three fundamental elements of our program are always present, and that the services we offer are truly responsive to the needs of our veterans and their families.

Dream Horse AZ

Tamara Clause

Carol Bachman

Veterans

White Stallion Ranch

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LOCATIONS

New York

Arizona

PHONE

828.989.0557

917.744.9993

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