Through The Storm Foundation has recently broadened its Mission of providing substance abuse treatment for women to now include the Military and their families. In doing so the foundation wants to acknowledge three San Diego business women - Jessica, Judy and Brei, for the donors they brought together and their early assistance in working at the foundation. The nationwide evidence for the need of additional treatment for our Military personnel returning from war, and how it affects their wives and children, has compelled the foundation to offer assistance to the Military and their families.
Therefore, when it is appropriate for Substance Abuse treatment, we will refer Military personnel and their family members to:
30-90 Day in Home Stay
A Solid 12 Step Recovery Plan
Family Counseling/Family Days
Our goal is to assist Military and their families through the storm of addiction and abuse, and to help them enter back into their rightful position in society with an empowering self esteem.
Bruce H. Kennard
Founder & President
In 1990, Bruce was a Founding Partner in TRS Behavioral Care, The Right Step. TRS is one of America's largest privately held alcohol drug treatment facilities providing affordable care. Coming from a troubled youth and fighting his own addiction, Bruce became a Licensed Alcohol Substance Counselor in both Texas and California. He has been a Free-Lance Writer for the Houston Chronicle since 1981. He has worked with Down's Syndrome Children, and volunteered extensively with children suffering from cancer at MD Anderson Cancer Research Center in Houston. He is the founder of several companies including Compass Auto Tracker, LLC, which was recently acquired by Orbital Laboratories, Inc. Bruce is the Executive Vice President and sits on the Board of Directors of two companies. He has several books and screenplays he hopes to publsih soon. He has been a long time supporter of The Wounded Warriors Project. In addition to the Bronze Star, Bruce's uncle, Private Stanley C. Kennard, also won a Purple Heart in World War Two. He was killed in the Pacific in the Philippines during the invasion of Luzon.