America’s Little Helpers

America’s Little Helpers

We are so pleased to announce the launch of our new program to assist children of wounded veterans, injured in the global war on terror, to cope, adjust and aspire.

Since the start of the global war on terrorism that led to a massive commitment in Iraq and Afghanistan, tens of thousands of wounded and disabled American service members have been required to leave military service. Burdened by debilitating physical and psychic injuries, they left to search for productive places in the civilian world where camouflage was no longer the uniform of the day. Their families left military bases, they once called home seeking to establish new lives across the nation. This transition entailed a dramatic change of lifestyle for the veterans and their families who were accustomed to the all-embracing web of military life.  

“The brave men and women, who served their country and as a result live constantly with the war inside them, exist in a world of chaos,” said Robert Koger, Vietnam veteran who has written about the turmoil they experience in “Death on My Watch,” Kinderkid Threat” and other works. Koger notes that the effects of PTSD (post-traumatic stress disorder) and other war related injuries impact not only the veterans but also their spouses and children – sometimes called secondary PTSD. “Secondary PTSD results from having knowledge of a trauma experienced by another individual and the stress from extended exposure. Secondary PTSD is nearly identical to PTSD except the exposure to the critical incident is indirect.”

This is why we want to help, so we launched our newest program, America’s Little Helpers, aimed at the children of wounded veterans.

Apply here for America’s Little Helpers FREE Membership:

One membership application should be completed per child.

You should hear from us within 10 days; if not, please reach out to

Learn how you can support the 2022 Summer CampCLICK HERE

Registration for ALH Virtual Summer CAMP 2022 is now CLOSED– Thank you for your Interest  
We’ve got something for all age groups. Space is limited. Please read all details below before registering. 
Camp Details:
  • When registering, please note camp attendees will be registered to attend camp based on their 2021-2022 school year grade for school-age youth and young adults. ALH Camp will last 3-4 days and will include 1-2 activities per day. By registering, you acknowledge the camp attendee will be available for their age group’s camp dates and times listed below. Specific camp event details, including event times, will be emailed to those selected for ALH Online Camp.
Camp Activities/Schedule:
Ages 3-1st Grade — CLOSED
  • When: June 27-29 with sessions happening between 1pm EST and 5pm EST
  • What: Baking, Art, Scavenger Hunt, Tie Dying, and MORE!
 Ages 2nd-5th Grade — CLOSED
  • When: July 18-20 with sessions happening between 1pm EST and 5pm EST
  • What: Baking, Art, Scavenger Hunt, Tie Dying, and MORE!
6th-8th Grade — CLOSED
  • When: July 11-13 with sessions happening between 3-8 pm EST
  • What: Keynote Speaker, Caleb Campbell a West Point graduate and Ex-NFL Linebacker, Cooking, Art, Tie Dying, and MORE!
9th Grade- Age 24 —CLOSED
  • When: July 13-16 with sessions happening between 6:30 pm EST- 10 pm EST
  • What: Keynote Speaker, Caleb Campbell a West Point graduate and Ex-NFL Linebacker, Cooking, Financial Wellness, Tie Dying and MORE!

Mission Statement: 

The mission of “America’s Little Helpers,” similar to the Coalition’s Caregivers Alliance, is to provide the children of wounded and disabled veterans with resources, support, and outlets to help them cope and thrive while living with the effects of their parents mental and physical war wounds.

With future growth our goal is to provide these brave kids with outlets such as in-person and online education support, virtual and in-person art therapy, day camps and multi-day retreats. Other types of therapy are equine, music and recreation. The strongest form of support for these kids is creating opportunities for them to bond and form relationships with other children of wounded veteran families.

For general information or interest in joining the program, please email and include your contact information (parent name, child’s name, phone number, and mailing address.)  To learn more, click here.

“The Soft Launch of ALH was everything I expected and MORE! These children and young adults are funny, intelligent, and resilient. They are often little caretakers themselves, carrying such a heavy load. For this hour of time, they were able to kick back, relax and do something just for them! With kids just like them. It was a blast to sit back and watch walls come down and relationships build. At ALH it’s our goal to offer these outlets to build friendships, coping skills, and memories for a lifetime AND that’s exactly what began at our launch.” – Tiffany Steinmann, Director of America’s Little Helpers 

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