The Forgotten Soldier Program

Reviewed by the Sacramento Region Community Foundation

$1,171 raised by 3 donors

1% complete

$100,000 Goal

The Forgotten Soldier Program is a 501 (c) 3 #27- 2305344 non-profit founded in 2005. We have treated over 23,000 people to date & counting!

In the past year, the Forgotten Soldier Program (FSP) has branched out to include 1st Responders under the FSP umbrella.  The needs in that community are like the needs of the Veterans.  The build-up of traumatic incidents negatively impacts our 1st responder’s life on and off duty.  As an integral part of our community, we compassionately welcomed them into our services.  Our new program is called Placer Reset and is dedicated to providing integrative Health Services, Informational Workshops & Suicide Prevention for First Responders, Police Officers, Active Military, Veterans, and their family members who seek holistic healing to help overcome trauma.

This Program:

- is dedicated to assist in healing life's traumatic events.

- is a unique & holistic approach to healing.

- helps reset, restore & renew body, mind & emotions.

- effectively addresses the root cause rather than simply treating symptoms

- supports suicide prevention.

- encourages positive lifestyle choices without prescription drugs.

- brings back the essential building blocks for quality of life.

- provides services at no cost thanks to your generous donation.


The Forgotten Soldier Program is dedicated to providing integrative mental health services to Veterans, First Responders, and their family members who seek holistic healing to overcome the effect of traumatic events in their life and to assist them back to whole body wellness.


Through the generosity of donors, The Forgotten Soldier Program has transformed the lives of our Veterans and First Responders. Addressing various needs, including coping with post-traumatic syndrome disorder, PTSI, trauma and suicide ideation due to their high-stress and high-risk jobs. With our recent expansion of mental health services to include First Responders, your gift ensures our Heroes have access to a unique holistic healthcare approach, offering one-on-one care and resources, suicide prevention, workshops, and outdoor healing retreats. Join us in this transformative journey, helping them step into a safe healing beginning and regain the quality, healthy life they deserve for selflessly keeping us safe in our country and communities. With gratitude, be part of making a difference in the live of our Veterans and First Responders.

Equity Statement

It is the policy of THE FORGOTTEN SOLDIER PROGRAM to provide equal employment opportunities to all qualified persons without regard to race, age, color, sex, religion, national origin, ancestry, marital status, disability as defined by law, sexual orientation, or any other basis protected by law.

Organization Data


Organization name

The Forgotten Soldier Program

other names

Placer Reset / Armed Forced Pavilion and Community Garden

Year Established


Tax id (EIN)


Mission Category

Mental Health & Crisis Intervention

Operating Budget


Organization Need

Funding: Program, In-Kind Donations, Funding: Unrestricted, Volunteers, Technology

Demographics Served

Individuals with disabilities, Seniors, Veterans

Local Counties Served

Placer, Sacramento, El Dorado, Yolo


991 Lincoln Way
Auburn, CA 95603

Service areas


Placer County, CA, US

Sacramento County, CA, US



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