Understanding A Key Difference: HEADstrong Foundation vs. The Headstrong Project
In the interest of ensuring that no one is confused about two distinct nonprofits, we are writing this to describe the focus of each organization. The HEADstrong Foundation is a nonprofit focused on improving the lives of people affected by cancer. The Headstrong Project provides mental health care treatment for military veterans and their families. Please find below a more detailed description of both organizations:
Nicholas “Head” Colleluori founded the HEADstrong Foundation in 2006 while undergoing treatment for non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma. HEADquartered in the Philadelphia area and providing service throughout the United States, HEADstrong Foundation is committed to serving as a direct support system to families overcome by cancer, offering financial, emotional and physical support, including Nick’s House (complimentary living accommodations). Nick will forever be a hero and an inspiration. Our promise is to uphold, preserve and expand Nick’s vision and final request that others would benefit from his life and experience through cancer.
To learn more, please visit www.oldheadstrong.wpengine.com
The Headstrong Project
Headstrong Project, founded in 2012, provides confidential, cost-free, and frictionless mental health care treatment for military veterans and their families that works. In partnership with Weill Cornell Medical College, one of the Nation’s leading mental health care centers, Headstrong Project developed an effective, individually tailored and comprehensive treatment program for Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder; Addiction Treatment; Anxiety & Depression; Trauma, Grief and Loss; and Anger Management, and Military Sexual Trauma.
Headstrong Project currently serves the New York Metro area, San Diego and Riverside Counties, the Los Angeles Metro area, Houston, Chicago, the Washington, D.C. Metro area, Denver, Boulder, Colorado Springs, Rochester, Buffalo, Syracuse, Ithaca, Albany, and Philadelphia with plans to expand to the Pacific Northwest and Southern Virginia in the near future.
To learn more, please visit www.getheadstrong.org