What is a Warrior POWWOW?
According to the Webster Dictionary a POWWOW is defined as; “an American Indian medicine man, an American Indian ceremony (as for victory in war), an American Indian social gathering or fair usually including competitive dancing, a social get-together, or a meeting for discussion.
Operation Warrior Refuge’s POWWOW is a social get together for likeminded individuals who are going through similar things and have similar stories to share. It is a place for healing, growth, and most importantly comradery. It’s a place where you are not alone in your journey.
All Active Duty Military, Reserves, Veterans, and First Responders are welcome to attend. There are no set topics, no pressure, and no judgement in these groups. They are for warriors by warriors.