Monument To Women Veterans

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We are a 501c3 Charitable Non-Profit Corporation established in 2011 that has been leading the charge in recognizing 
and empowering our military women through a variety of community outreach and awareness efforts.

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Our Mission

To pursue the development of a monument to honor all women, past, present, and future who served in the US military and provide often unmet critical resources for female veteran care. 

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The Monument

World—renowned sculptor, Elizabeth MacQueen has been selected to create this magnificent masterpiece that will reach over 30 ft into the air with flames, and a laser beam over a stainless-steel elliptical band of flowing water. 

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Museum

In 2018 the City of Pensacola agreed to a 100-year lease of the existing run-down Amtrak train station on Heinberg street for the Monument to Women Veterans to establish a Museum to Women Veterans. The Monument to Women Veterans will restore and remodel the existing facility and maintain the building and grounds throughout the term of the lease.

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Our Mission

To pursue the development of a monument to honor all women, past, present, and future who served in the US military and provide often unmet critical resources for female veteran care. 

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Veterans and Addiction

Alcohol and prescription drug abuse is higher among active duty service members and veterans. Many of these people suffer from underlying post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). 

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Horses Help Heal

Horses help heal our Veterans' Invisible Wounds. The Equine Therapy Group applies the nature and relationship with the horse to help a person's natural way of dealing with new situations and solving problems.