Bill Emmel served in the United States Army in different leadership capacities over the course of his 23-year career. After leaving the military, Bill discovered that an estimated 22 veterans commit suicide each day. When hearing this statistic, he went to work by starting the 22 Warriors Foundation, an organization that is on a mission to reduce 22 to zero.
In this episode, we dive into how Bill launched 22 Warriors, how and why service dogs are incorporated into the program, leadership, PTSD, and personal tragedy that Bill has endured and overcome.
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