“I got on the other side and realized I wasn’t the only one . . . and I wanted to do something about it,” said Robichaux. “I wanted to give people the same pathway forward that I found.”
Robichaux’s Mighty Oaks Foundation has served 1,500 veterans — and not one has been lost to suicide. While the foundation’s program offers one way to assist struggling vets, his new book aims to reach another segment of this community — those too proud to reach out for help or who think they’re alone in feeling “shame, guilt or just purposeless.”
Watch the video for a sneak peek and answers to these inspiring questions:
• Did starting Mighty Oaks Foundation help Chad?
• How many copies of An Unfair Advantage have been given to active duty service men and women?
• What was the biggest adjustment in Robichaux’s life after coming home from Afghanistan?