Rivers of Recovery (ROR) is a nonprofit, 501(c)(3) organization. ROR delivers direct support to physically and psychologically injured combat veterans through innovative, outdoor-based therapies and pioneering research. We strive to provide our participants with therapeutic programs which result in measurable and sustainable improvement.
These programs are designed to re-enable and re-energize participants and provide the support and self-confidence necessary to maximize long-term recovery. Veterans and families from all armed forces and military eras are eligible. For more information about military and combat stress related treatment programs, visit www.riversofrecovery.org.
ROR Founder Dan Cook spent 15 years as a currency, energy and derivatives trader before transitioning to a career in adventure travel. He has twice rowed the length of the Yukon River in Alaska and Canada and recently completed a 27-month, 75,000 mile around-the-world fly fishing odyssey.
In 2009, Dan rowed a 17 foot rowboat 3,500 miles down the Missouri & Mississippi Rivers to raise awareness of issues facing disabled service members. Dan was named to the 2006 OUTSIDE Magazine’s “OUTSIDE One Hundred: Top 100 People, Adventures and Ideas.” His travel adventures are featured at www.flyfishingtheglobe.net.
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