We help you find your way home!
I realized the brave men and women who served for our country were not getting the help they needed. Many of our HEROES return with emotional, physical, and spiritual injuries that can last a lifetime. I believe you can combine different modalities to bring back balance to the mind, body, and spirit.
With that desire in my heart, I created THE FORGOTTEN SOLDIER PROGRAM [FSP] to give hope back so that no one is forgotten. All of us should be looking to make a difference in our world and through mindfulness and empathy I believe we can make a difference.
President, Integrative Healthcare Practitioner & Empathetic Touch Practitioner
Vice President, Capt. US Army, Empathetic Touch Practitioner & Yoga Instructor
Treasurer, Accountant, Empathetic Touch Practitioner, Suicide Prevention
Secretary, Credentialed Health Teacher
Veteran US Army Sniper Suicide Prevention
Marine Corps Veteran
Lieutenant Colonel in United States Air Force (Retired)
Dr. Joe Sky
U.S. Air Force Veteran Cardiologist
Volunteer Outreach & Nutrition
Empathetic Touch Practitioner
Navy Veteran & Empathetic Touch Practitioner
Yoga & Meditation Instructor
Oncology R.N. Empathetic Touch Practitioner
Empathetic Touch Practitioner & Human Resources Advisor
Community Liaison, Volunteer Armed Forces Pavilion and Community Garden
Artist and Armed Forces Pavilion and Community Garden Volunteer
Executive Administrative Assistant to the Board
President, Decorated Vietnam Veteran, Marine and Liason of Armed Forces Pavilion & Community Garden
Retired Law Enforcement
Virtual Administrative Assistant to the Board
The Forgotten Soldier Program has been recognized by numerous media outlets since serving their local Veteran community.
One of the most prestigious honors in its history is Founder Donna Arz being named the McCann Award Winner – you can read the full article from the Auburn Journal by clicking here.
The Forgotten Soldier Program regularly volunteers time to help Veterans in the community.
On the first and third Tuesday of every month, the FSP staff goes to Mather VA Pain Clinic.
(Due to Covid restrictions, this has been placed on hold until further notice.)
On the second Friday of every month, the FSP staff go to the Sacramento Combat Vets Center off Howe Ave.
The FSP members have volunteered at the David Grant Hospital to work with the nursing department.
You can call the FSP main office at 530-889-2300 or visit the Auburn, CA office at 991 Lincoln Way, Auburn CA