At Eagle's Healing Nest we pride ourselves in healing the invisible wounds of war. We believe that by embracing our veterans, service members and their families, we can help them reintegrate back into the civilian world and their families.

PTSD Relief Glasses
A tool to quiet your mind

Click here to listen to some testimonials
on PTSD Glasses and find out ​how
Eagles Healing Nest helps veterans.

The Waters Church
1227 Pine Cone Rd
Sartell, MN 56377
PTSD Support Group 
1st and 3rd Sunday of every month at
​The Waters Church
At the Nest last Friday of every month

American Legion #213 
Located in Clarissa, MN
Bob: (320) 533-0424

Conducting AA Meetings at the Nest 
Every Wednesday Evening at 7:00 p.m.

Below are some helpful links:

​• Veterans Benefits for Seniors

• Tips for Your Next PCS Move
Service Members’ Legal Rights While
​  on Active Duty

Guide to Financial Assistance for
​  Military Families

Sesame Street for Military Families
Employment Resources for
​  Military Spouses

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​​Service Providers
Chemical Dependence
Sobriety First, LLC
Dianne Gates, LADC  
Phone: (320) 351-9324   

Accelerated Resolution Therapy
Mary Anders Gober, M. A. LP

(952) 649-5318

Phone: (320) 732-3344

Jack Stephens
Vets 4 Vets Art / Journaling
Phone: (320) 293-4678

 ​​Jack Stephens was born on November 19,

1948 in Davenport Iowa. His family moved

to Minnesota shortly after he was born and

then in 1958 moved to Phoenix, Arizona.

Jack graduated from Maryvale High School in 1966 and attended Northern Arizona University in Flagstaff, Arizona for two years.
   In 1969, Jack was drafted into the Marine Corps and completed boot camp at the Marine Corps Recruit Depot in San Diego. After boot camp and advanced infantry training, specializing in jungle warfare, he was deployed to Vietnam. Jack arrived in Danang, Vietnam and soon transported Southeast of Danang to Hoa Long, Vietnam, where he was 

attached to the 5th Communications Battalion. 
   After his tour in Vietnam, he returned home and joined the Phoenix Police Department.
   In 1979 Jack was seriously injured while on duty with the Special Operations Team in the inner-city housing projects of Phoenix. He eventually quit the PD because of his injuries and moved back to Minnesota. After more surgeries and a long recovery, Jack joined the Hennepin County Sheriffs Office in 1984 and served 22 years as a Detention Sergeant before retiring.
   Jack and his wife, Heather, are avid motorcyclists. In the summer of 2013, while riding with a large group en route to the Veteran's Administration, they stopped at the Eagle's
   Healing Nest for the first time and knew the "Nest" was something special. They have never quit working and volunteering to help our veterans at the EHN.
   Jack is currently a member of the Board of Trustees at the EHN and for the past two years has been teaching painting and drawing, Wood Carving, and Poetry to the veterans two days a week.

EHN Veterans
Wellness Recovery Action Plan (WRAP)

ASIST / Suicide Intervention and 
Prevention Training
EHN / Veterans / Families
Phone: (320) 351-6200

Healing Circles
Circle Space Services
Kris Miner 
Phone: (715) 220-5658

Natural Health
Thomas Anderson
CNHP  Phone: (218) 639-2996  

Dr. Brian Bymers
Cornerstone Chiropractic
Phone: (320)762-2639

Dr. Steven Fjerstad, ND
Phone: (320) 693-2541

Integrated Energy Therapy
Chair Massage
Christine Long
Phone: (320) 491-6005

Linda Hines
C.H., C.M.T., Mf.R.T., C.S.T/S.E.R.T., R.E.W., C.F.H.
Black Stone Therapeutic Massage
Phone: (320) 732-1986

In special partnership with:
Patriot Assistance Dogs 
Combat Wounded Coalition
(Home of Wounded Wear)
Heart of a Marine
Ben Kopp Memorial Ride/HOOAH