Security-Net is proud to donate to Operation Freedom Paws
Security-Net is proud to announce that we will be making a donation to Operation Freedom Paws at ASIS 2016 in Orlando, Florida. Security-Net representatives will meet with OFP founder Mary Cortani (and her dog) for presentation of a donation.
About Operation Freedom Paws
Operation Freedom Paws empowers veterans and others with disabilities to restore their own independence
Operation Freedom Paws empowers veterans and others with disabilities to live a quality life by teaching them to train their own dogs, and certifying them as service dog teams. The dogs, usually from rescue organizations or shelters, are carefully evaluated. Each is then matched to a specific client’s physical and psychological needs. There is no charge – all we ask is a commitment to complete the 48-week training program.
What We Do
Founded in January 2010, Operation Freedom Paws is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization that matches dogs with individuals who have Post Traumatic Stress (PTS), Complex-Post Traumatic Stress (CPTS) and/or Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) symptoms, or other physical, neurological, psychological or mobility needs.
We train the individual to train their own dog, and then certify them together as a service dog team in a 48-week program. Most of the dogs come from rescue shelters. This unique opportunity enables our clients to feel safe and secure, and to manage their day-to-day lives. The very special therapeutic canine-human relationship helps them get back out in their communities and begin to view their future with renewed hope.
To make a donation to Operation Freedom Paws, scan the code below or go to OperationFreedomPaws.org.