In honor of the men and women who gave all and those who continue to serve. Take a moment to watch and reflect on the great sacrifices the men and women of our military have made and continue to make.
Nobullying2020 Series, GEST Surviving WWII Veteran
Nobullying2020 Series, Future Building for Headquarters
Our New Headquarters for Nobullying2020 & Kirby’s Premium Frozen Yoghurt
Nobullying2020 Series, Rick Seaman’s Behind the Wheel Series
Veterans Recover Thru Driving
Nobullying2020 Series, “Until We Get Home” Dedicated to our United States Veteran’s
Nobullying2020 Series, Rick Seaman’s Behind The Wheel Series
Tramatic Brain Injury
Nobullying2020 Series Greg Taylor, a proud Vietnam Veteran “Honoring Our Veterans”
Greg Taylor Vietnam Veteran talks about his experience in the military
Nobullying2020 Series, Global Content Media Special Report Warren talks about P.T.S.D.
Veterans & PTSD
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We will be their partners in that mission.
We have established collaborated training and business partnerships as part of our vision to honor and empower veterans. To foster the most successful independent business generation of veteran service members in this nation’s history.
Many veterans are accomplished at working in teams and have often developed exceptional leadership abilities in the military. Our vision will focus on hiring veterans to operate and distribute Kirby’s Premium Frozen Yoghurt nationwide from our new beautiful facility in Simi Valley Ca.
Franchise opportunities for veterans will enable veterans to own their own business, taking positive steps towards independent living.
Hiring veterans for film, television, and production professional trained by stunt drivers run by Rick Seaman, who is a Director at Nobullying2020 is a veteran himself.
Our facility and veterans will mentor our young adults, employed by us and working with our call center for the nationwide Nobullying2020 campaign. We plan to offer this program across the country for inner-city children.
Rick Seaman, Director at Nobullying2020 is a disabled Vietnam combat veteran himself, embarked on a training program to rehabilitate wounded soldiers suffering from Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) whose drivers’ licenses were revoked. The program titled “Back Behind The Wheel” offers 2 and 3-day programs where the students are able to feel comfortable and confident behind the wheel. Rick’s class itinerary starts with basic in-car familiarization, slow speed driving, then working up to traffic speeds. As the class advances, the students are put into various stress situations and skill-building drills. With Rick’s training formula, he has found this progressive, step-by-step approach to be very effective. “Personal attention in a private and controlled environment has been the key to our success”, says Rick. Traumatic brain injury is classified in three levels; mild, moderate and severe.Most of Rick’s students are moderate, although 2016, he trained a young man who was rated as severe, a rating that had never seen one with this impairment manage to get their driving privileges restored. Rick says,” I guess we beat the stat sheet with this young man, as he is now driving with a full, unrestricted drivers’ license.” (video available). Rick goes on to say, “ Regardless of whether these folks do get re-licensed or not, the most important result is that they get an opportunity to feel the joy and freedom of driving again. This creates hope for them, rather than despair. For our returning war veterans with TBI, this is the least that we can do.”
Apply for VA health care, find out how to access services, and manage your health and benefits online.
File a claim for disability compensation for conditions related to your military service, and manage your benefits over time.
Apply for and manage your GI Bill and other education benefits to help pay for college and training programs.
Apply for vocational rehabilitation services, get support for your Veteran-owned small business, and access other career resources.
Apply for monthly payments for wartime Veterans and survivors with limited or no income who meet certain age and disability requirements.
Find out if you’re eligible for a VA-backed home loan. If you have a service-connected disability, see if you qualify for a housing grant to help you live more independently.