Building a better future with care & love

OTCF dedicates its mission to the love of God, family, and country. Our aim is to work together with our partnerships and community to forge strong bonds and lifetime support in providing veterans and first responders with mental health resources, raising awareness and prevention of suicide, and alleviating the hardships of those heroes who become homeless.

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How to get involved today

OTCF is committed to improving the health and wellness of its community through its boots-on-the-ground programs. Here are a few contributions your donation will go towards…

  • Psychotherapy OTCF sponsors combat veterans sessions
  • Beach Yoga  OTCF sponsors all who attend at no charge  
  • 22 Mile Beach ChallengeOTFC hosts emotional support events
  • Homeless OutreachOTCF provides resources to homeless heroes
  • Strength Training – OTCF sponsors monthly sessions 

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Smart solution to help & save our American heroes

Founded in 2020 during the middle of Covid-19, OTCF is on a mission to save lives. OTCF’s objective is to increase access to mental health services for veterans and first responders throughout Southern California. OTCF is also sponsoring veterans and first responders strength training and psychotherapy sessions provided by a Board-Certified Clinical Psychologist. Invisible wounds are hard to see so we’re doing everything we can to prevent the next suicide from occurring. 

If you or someone you know coping with invisible wounds, please come join us at our next event free of charge. We are friends and families with a lot of love to give so come be part of the fun. Spend some time side-by-side with someone you can relate to about your story.

OTCF is humbled and honored that you would show your support to our overall mission and cause to save our American heroes.

Founder & President
Justin Gracieux

Donate Now

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Amount Donated So Far

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Amount Donated So Far

Founded in 2020 during the middle of Covid-19, OTCF is on a mission to save lives. OTCF’s objective is to increase access to mental health services for veterans and first responders throughout Southern California. OTCF is also sponsoring veterans and first responders strength training and psychotherapy sessions provided by a Board-Certified Clinical Psychologist. Invisible wounds are hard to see so we’re doing everything we can to prevent the next suicide from occurring. 

If you or someone you know coping with invisible wounds, please come join us at our next event free of charge. We are friends and families with a lot of love to give so come be part of the fun. Spend some time side-by-side with someone you can relate to about your story.

OTCF is humbled and honored that you would show your support to our overall mission and cause to save our American heroes.

Founder & President
Justin Gracieux

Donate Now

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Upcoming Event

Saturday, September 11 2021

IN PARTNERSHIP WITH U.S. MARINE VETERAN “GUNNY” 

9/11 tribute 31-mile ruck

They answered the call of duty. Now it’s your turn.

Date 09/11/21
MEET AT THE CORNER OF ROSEMARY DR. & ALFONSO CT. CHINO, CA.
Entrance fee: $0
Open to anyone
GoFundMe search: charity.gofundme.com/supportotcf
Donations will support combat veteran therapy, homeless veterans, yoga for mental health, and suicide awareness events. 

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Testimonials

William Lambdin

Being deployed to Afghanistan, Specialist David Lambdin shares with us his experiences while serving in the Army. We want to thank him for his service and sacrifice.

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David Seltzer (RIP)

Serving during WWII, David’s son Steve shares with us his father’s incredible life stories consisting of battle, and having the unique opportunity of being Robert Kennedy’s California campaign manager. A true American hero, we thank David Seltzer for his service.

 

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