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In Honor of Michael Roper

On December 7, 2021, the Forge Forward Project received an anonymous donation on behalf of Michael Roper who died November 29, 2020, in St. George, Utah, due to the inescapable effects sustained while serving our country as a U.S. Marine. “Every dollar we raise in donations is sacred,” said Bric Simpson, CEO and co-founder of the Forge Forward Project. “It’s …

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New Headquarters in American Fork, Utah

The Forge Forward Project, a veteran-owned and operated nonprofit, opened its new headquarters at 420 W. American Fork, UT, 84045, on July 4th, 2021. With their new headquarters, the Forge Forward Project will bring peace and healing to veterans and military members through scientific research, virtual reality technology, community building, and wilderness therapy. With the new HQ, the Forge Forward …

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Utah veteran-owned nonprofit pioneers VR technology to end veteran suicide

This Veterans Day, the Forge Forward Project is launching a national initiative to end veteran suicide with groundbreaking virtual reality technology capable of curing post-traumatic stress disorder. Veterans who have seen combat or feel isolated are the most vulnerable to thoughts of suicide. Twenty to 30 percent of veterans who commit suicide also screened positive for PTSD. Many more go …

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California Tech Company Partners with Veteran-owned Nonprofit to Save Lives Through VR

2B3D Inc. is launching a nationwide initiative this month to end veteran suicide though the use of groundbreaking virtual reality technology capable of curing post-traumatic stress disorder, with the help of Utah based veteran-owned and operated nonprofit, Forge Forward Project. Veterans who have seen combat or feel isolated are the most vulnerable to thoughts of suicide. Twenty to 30 percent …

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Volunteer for the the Forge Army

An integral part of our mission to save veteran lives has to do with community building. Veterans who have seen combat or feel isolated are the most vulnerable to thoughts of suicide. While doing 22 pushups a day has helped raise awareness about veteran suicide rates, there’s a better way. Instead of 22 pushups, what if we simply reached out …