Helping veterans strengthen their lives and their communities

Mitigating veteran suicide isn’t going to happen overnight, and it’s not going to happen in cloistered, smoke filled buildings, or parades. We have to work in solidarity—veterans and civilians—with no less determination than our fight against terror.

—James Eyler

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This ain't no field-brewed cup o' Joe

Mission Statement

Arizona Veterans
Helping Veterans Mission:

Our ultimate goal is to establish a Veterans Wellness Center, which will operate on the front lines of effective reintegration and veteran suicide prevention. Read More

22 lives

TWENTY-TWO LIVES
TAKEN A DAY:

What are the afflictions that veterans face when they leave the service, and why are they plagued with depression and voracious suicide rate? Read More

Why AZVHV

Why AZVHV?

Current organizations seem to fall short in providing certain aspects of life many veterans are unable to provide for themselves—direction, responsibility, and camaraderie. Read More

Community Outreach

AZVHV
COMMUNITY OUTREACH

Supporting local communities and bringing awareness to the issues many veterans face. Read More

Operation Veteran Prosperity


Current Phase: Phase 2

  • Phase 1

    Fundraising and veteran outreach

  • Phase 2

    Invest funds to establish veteran-based coffee shops; continue veteran outreach

  • Phase 3

    Apply revenue from coffee shops to build a facility to promote veteran wellness and education

  • Phase 4

    Expand to provide services to veterans throughout the nation

Meet the Crew

President: James C. Eyler

James C. EylerStaff Sergeant (E-6) in the U.S. Army, 19D Cavalry Scout (RECON), 2000­–2007. Served two deployments to Iraq (two years total deployment); spearhead for 4th Infantry Division during 2003 invasion of Iraq; assisted in Operation Red Dawn–Objective Wolverine; awarded the Purple Heart for a gunshot wound received during an ambush. After the military, James taught conversational English in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, for two years before returning to the U.S. to attend university. He received an Associate of Arts in philosophy from Mesa Community College in 2012; inducted into the National Honors Society (Phi Theta Kappa); graduated from the University of Arizona in 2014 with a Bachelor of Arts in philosophy of ethics and a minor in psychology.

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AZVHV | Serving for those who have served.