Disabled First Responders Honored

The non-profit Coalition to Salute America’s Heroes, established in 2004, provides critical emergency financial aid and support services to disabled Veterans from Operations Iraqi Freedom, Enduring Freedom, and New Dawn.

Disabled First Responders also receive benefits.

Recently featured at a private dinner in Los Angeles Hosted by Dr. Steven L. Mandel, Founder and President of Ketamine Clinics of Los Angeles, were the following outstanding Patriots:

  • Joe Torrillo, FDNY Lieutenant (ret.) was buried alive twice on September 11.
  • Donny Daughenbaugh, Marine Corporal took several bullets in his face which broke his jaw and damaged nerves while on patrol in Southern Baghdad.
  • Jorge De Leon, U.S. Army, lost his leg while on deployment to Afghanistan,
    as his vehicle ran over an anti-tank mine.
Joe Torrillo, Donny Daughenbaugh, Jorge De Leon
Joe Torrillo, Donny Daughenbaugh, Jorge De Leon

Many Veterans suffer from the emotional trauma of active military service, with Post Traumatic Stress Syndrome, requiring treatment. Read more.

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