Dec 31, 2020
Chad Robichaux is a former Force Recon Marine and Department of Defense Contractor with eight deployments to Afghanistan as part of a Joint Special Operations Command (JSOC) Task Force and is also a former professional Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) Champion. He is president and founder of Mighty Oaks Foundation, one of the most impactful nonprofit organizations serving our military and first responder communities.
Closing out a crazy 2020, Chad joins Hilary and Jason this week to talk about his time in the military, how it affected his home life, and what he is doing now to help veterans and first responders who suffer from PTSD. Chad always wanted to be a United States Marine and found a great deal of success during his time in the military. However, he soon found out that a lot of what made him successful in the military didn’t necessarily mesh well with his life after serving. At one point, he even found himself at the lowest of lows, but with the help of his family and what you may call “divine intervention,” he was able to get to where he is today. Many of those that serve our country experience some form of PTSD (whether it is diagnosed or not) and Chad uses his platform to advocate for civilian support of America’s warriors returning home.
If you would like to find out more about the Mighty Oaks Foundation, please visit:
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For Chad’s complete works, simply search “Chad Robichaux” on Amazon.
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