Todd Scattini asked Robert Head to help put on a mixer after the West Point vs. Air Force Academy football game in Arlington, Texas. The mixer was used to highlight the positive impact cannabis is having on veterans’ lives. It was a huge success that led to the development of Hemp for Victory. We’re a non-profit dedicated to educating the public about why veterans are using cannabis over pills.
Today, our board of directors has grown to almost half a dozen leaders with military, medical, and academic backgrounds. We’re on a mission to educate and bring awareness to the natural solution of cannabis as a way for veterans to manage mental and physical challenges as a result of their service.
Veterans are important to the American people because of their selfless service and sacrifice for the country. They’re recognized as national heroes and deeply valued for their contributions and sacrifices to the United States.
They also bring unique skills and experiences to society, making them valuable contributors to the workforce. However, veterans often face unique challenges when transitioning back to civilian life, and it is important for the American people to recognize and support these challenges.
One of the many benefits of serving in the military is the concept of the unit or team being utilized to accomplish the mission. Sadly, For many of our veterans, that is something that is decidedly lacking when they leave the service. Many veterans end up feeling isolated as if they have nothing useful to provide to the world after service. Through cannabis and proper therapy, veterans are finding peace and happiness.
The mission of Hemp for Victory is to educate and bring awareness to all levels of leadership in our communities, industries, and government about Industrial Hemp, CBD, and Medical Cannabis; and the positive effect it has on helping veterans manage their mental and physical recovery from serving.
Veterans will be supported in their choice and face no discrimination or penalty for the use of Industrial Hemp, CBD, and Medical Cannabis.
We recognize and support all veterans’ voices and are committed to open dialogue with community leaders, decision-makers, partners, and supporters.
We are committed to learning from research, dialogue, and experience.
We operate from a mission heart experience rooted in emapthy, patience, and understanding, always putting veterans first.
We will use proper citations, peer review research, and acknowlege both pros and cons of any position.