Reach Out Make a difference

Suicide is an ever growing problem throughout the ranks of Police departments, military personnel, and Veterans. We need to step up the efforts to prevent this issue from growing even greater.

Our Mission


COO/ Co-Founder

13 year retired Air Force Veteran/ OIF Veteran



4 year Air Force/ OIF Combat Veteran and 4 year Police Veteran

saveA LIFE

Our foundation is God, Country, and Freedom...focusing on bettering America and its heroes

We believe in peer lead interventions. We all know that it isn't easy for our loved ones to reach out for help. Let us lead you and your family in an intervention that will help the one you love make the right decisions. 

Project UnBreakable

Urgent Projects

  • Team-Building
  • Peer to Peer Counseling
  • Support Groups.

hopefor STRENGTH


Project Unbreakable is a nonprofit 501(c)3 Organization


Join Us

Find power by helping others

Meet Our Team


Contact us if you are in need of help with your suicide prevention program. We will come

brief your department/Squadron.  Personal

stories are more effective than PowerPoint.

  • Motivational Speaking
  • Walks, Runs, Sporting events
  •  Homefront Classes
  • Police Academy Scholarships

Resource Line: 385-405-5217

To end the negative stigma associated with mental illness. Provide education, resources, and peer support. Our ultimate goal is to help change the mindset of those in uniform to assure them it is okay to seek help!

Project UnBreakable has centered its focus on how to combat mental health issues faced by those in the police force, military and veterans. It is time to break the silence and fight this war many of us face. Through the support of those that believe in our Project, we can help those that have forgotten how to live and give them something back they have lost....HOPE. 

Hope in Action


those in need

Saving those that need it one at a time

 Thousands of police, military, and veterans die by suicide each year. Many fail to seek help because of the negative stigma associated with mental illness. Our mission is to show them it is okay to get help!