“Freedom, equally, for everyone.”

Our mission is to build a community of support and resources for veterans and civilians alike. We embrace freedom, self-reliance, independence, liberty, and equality under the American flag while promoting natural treatments, activities and an overall sense of well-being.

Veterans for Natural Rights builds communities where veterans can heal, find their voice, and change the world. We are a social welfare and political action organization with deep roots in the veteran population, specializing in helping those with PTSD and other Mental/Behavior health issues related to Trauma regain their lives, their purpose, and their sense of community.

 

DOCUMENTARIES

FROM SHOCK TO AWE:

From Shock to Awe trailer

It's here! The official trailer for our film is now ready to be viewed. Please share widely, and be sure to let us know what you think in the comments!Thanks to everyone for all your support! We couldn't have done this without your help and blessings.

Posted by From Shock to Awe on Friday, December 8, 2017

FROM SHOCK TO AWE is about How do we heal our deepest wounds? From Shock to Awe follows the journey and transformation of two combat veterans suffering from severe trauma, as they abandon pharmaceuticals to seek relief from the mind-expanding world of psychedelics.

 

16:20 Docuseries:

1620 the veterans' medical cannabis docuseries

Who wants a sneak peek at the next project I’m working on?16:20 is a medical cannabis docuseries on The Veterans Channel (veteranstelevision.com). They’re taking myself, Ken Proude, and Steve DeFino to different locations around North America where we ask veterans the question: “How do YOU heal?”Cannabis has been a road to healing for many of us, but it’s not the magic bullet all by itself. It takes a lot of hard work in real life to heal, challenging yourself, getting outside of your box, taking on new and interesting tasks.We profile cannabis industry folks all over the nation, and also veterans who have found healing elsewhere, whether it’s hockey, fishing, paragliding, skydiving, mountain climbing, or whitewater rafting. Sometimes healing looks a lot like having fun. People with PTSD have largely forgot how to have any, and teaching people to let go a little bit and cut loose can be intensely healing for someone who simply cannot bring themselves to enjoy life.Our last episode was in coastal Oregon. Check out the trailer, then as they are released, find the full episodes here:https://www.veteranstelevision.com/Apparently, Facebook doesn't like YouTube links very much for their algorithms, so I'm uploading the video directly and posting from my account.

Posted by Matt Kahl on Monday, October 15, 2018

16:20 is a medical cannabis docuseries that follows Matt Kahl, Ken Proude, and Steve Defino to different locations around North America where we ask veterans the question: “How do YOU heal?”

Cannabis has been a road to healing for many of us, but it’s not the magic bullet all by itself. It takes a lot of hard work in real life to heal, challenging yourself, getting outside of your box, taking on new and interesting tasks.

 

SOLDIERS OF THE VINE:

Part 1: Dieta

Soldiers of the Vine Part 1: Dieta

Posted by Soldiers of the Vine on Monday, March 20, 2017

Soldiers of the Vine is a documentary about an organized trip to Peru in May of 2016 for a group of SIX Iraq & Afghanistan Veterans to try Ayahuasca Therapy for their PTSD.

SOLDIERS OF THE VINE:

PART 2: Ayahuasca

Soldiers of the Vine Part 2: Ayahuasca

Posted by Soldiers of the Vine on Monday, March 20, 2017

Soldiers of the Vine: Part 2 shows 3 Ayahuasca ceremonies over the course of 10 days.