Brooklyn, NY – March 26, 2018 – MultiCam®, the combat-proven, complete family of concealment solutions for those who demand the best, have announced a strategic partnership through GoFundMe, with Warriors Heart, a public-private funded treatment facility with a mission to provide treatment for those who put their lives on the line for our safety.

Soldiers, law enforcement officers and first responders face many challenges in their careers.  They often put their lives on the line to protect others and must so with little to no regard for their own safety.  However, for many in those professions coming to grips with the stresses of their service sadly often leads to addiction.  The Warriors Heart facility in Bandera, TX helps this unique community find the support they need.

Founded by three respected military service members, with decades of combined experience, Warriors Heart provides a peer-to-peer-based solution to help the over 13.3 million American Military, Veterans, Law Enforcement and First Responders faced with PTSD (post-traumatic stress disorder), alcohol addiction, prescription/ drug addiction, and mild TBI (Traumatic Brain Injury).

Realizing that warriors are found along many walks of life; from firefighters to EMT, Military, and Law Enforcement, the goal of Warriors Heart is to provide the support system that Warriors need to return to a balanced, healthy lifestyle free from addictions and harmful patterns of behavior. Those in career paths that require a great deal of self-sacrifice are often more susceptible to depression and related issues, which can lead to dependence or addiction on substances like alcohol and prescription drugs.  Warriors Heart helps reintroduce purpose into the lives of those who’ve served and continue to serve their country and their community.

“We at MultiCam® recognize where we would be, if it weren’t for the sacrifices our Military and Law Enforcement personnel, and we want to help Warriors Heart achieve their mission,” stated MultiCam®, Brand Manager, Ernesto Rodriguez. “Warriors Heart is an incredible organization that tirelessly works to support those returning to a life they no longer know.  We are honored to partner with such a selfless organization, which truly understands what it means to sacrifice.”

MultiCam® has proudly supported the men and women in uniform, as well as their families, for their sacrifices in ensuring the protection of our freedoms. It is MultiCam®’s goal to focus their efforts on raising as much money as possible for the Warriors Heart through its marketing channels including its brand ambassadors on Team MultiCam®.  To donate to the “MultiCam® for Warriors Heart” GoFundMe campaign, visit .

About MultiCam®

The MultiCam® pattern was developed to effectively limit the visual and near-IR signature of a person operating across a wide range of physical environments and seasons. After a variety of successful lab tests and extensive combat deployments, the MultiCam® team expanded the catalog to include specific operational environments; with MultiCam® Arid, MultiCam® Tropic, MultiCam® Alpine and MultiCam® Black. MultiCam® is now a complete family of uncompromising concealment options for those who demand the best. For more information, visit

 About the Warriors Heart: 

Warriors Heart provides a peer-to peer based solution to help the over 13.3 million American Military, Veterans, Law Enforcement and First Responders faced with the self-medicating struggles of alcohol addiction, prescription and drug addiction, PTSD (post traumatic stress disorder) and mild TBI (Traumatic Brain Injury) in a private, 40-bed facility. Along with a 28-day peer-to-peer residential treatment program, Warriors Heart will give “Warriors” the option of Day Treatment, Outpatient, and Sober Living (60 Day Minimum). With decades of experience in addiction healing, military service and law enforcement, the 3 Warriors Heart Founders are dedicated to serving warriors. Successful Private Treatment Facility Providers, Josh and Lisa Lannon and former Special Forces Tom Spooner (Former Special Forces and Mission 22 Co-Founder) are leading the team on this special mission of warriors healing warriors. Warriors Heart has also partnered with Mission 22. Warriors Heart Founders’ work has been featured in Forbes, KENS5 CBS News San Antonio, FOX 10 News Phoenix and Addiction Pro magazine. There is a 24-hour Warriors Heart hotline open now being answer by warriors, and the center opened in March 2016 just outside San Antonio, Texas.