Welcome to Warriors Veteran Outreach. We are a collection of Veterans and Patriots who were established with one (1) goal in mind; assist as allmany veterans as possible. Many of our Warriors have either been forgotten or abandoned and we will not allow them to be “left behind.” In war as in peacetime it was ingrained in us that we will never leave one single comrade behind. As highly trained Veterans we have been taught to survive in the most brutal of circumstances, to always remain calm, and apply our training and instincts to our circumstances.

Difficulties arise when transitioning from military to civilian life. It is complicated for some to understand. Warriors Veteran Outreach is here to help. We are located in the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains in majestic Murphy, North Carolina. We have taken our military training and are now applying it where it is critically needed; assisting less fortunate veterans.

If or when you find yourself in a circumstance where help is needed we want to familyassist you. We have been in existence since October of 2014.  In that period of time we have comforted many veterans, widows of veterans, and their children. The circumstances are to numerous to mention.

Proverbs 27:17 states, “As iron sharpens iron, so one person sharpens another.” We firmly believe in this strong biblical verse. Scroll through our website. If you are in need of assistance and feel we may be of help there is a number you can call and we will return to you as soon as possible.


            We are Veterans at the intersection of courage and compassion.


7 thoughts on “

  1. Isaiah Miller

    The scripture says that you can’t add an inch to your life by worrying. Worry is a thief. It will rob you of your sleep at night, it will rob you of your joy, rob you of your energy. Don’t allow worry to rob you of your destiny. jom

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  2. Isaiah Miller

    Thank you so much to the WVO member who called and talked to my dad, Ken Carman, yesterday. He was so happy to have a call from one of you guys. He sits at home almost everyday with hardly any contact with the outside world. No one calls or comes to see him since he became confined to his wheelchair. Your call means the world to him! Again, I can not thank you enough!

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  3. Don’t know if this is the way,but,Poppin green smoke for help on Wed. 13 July to move this harried Veteran to a new CP. Meet at McDonalds at 9 AM in Murphy. Just big stuff I can’t wrangle myself. Ace is already on-board,many thanks to all for all you do. Even if you can’t help out.
    Over and out
    Loren Stover


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