Our Impact

Our Mission

Heroes in Transition (HIT) provides assistance for veterans, service members and their families not readily available from government agencies or other providers. This assistance strengthens relationships, builds community, empowers individuals and provides a pathway to healing for those we serve. HIT improves quality of life, communication, and resiliency skills for all, through responsible and professional leadership and in partnership with others. 


People we served in 2023, an 11% increase from 2022!


Outings/Events held in 2023, equaling the amount from 2022!


Individuals we provided financial assistance to in 2023!

The impact that Heroes in Transition has on the veteran community is substantial. The majority of individuals we serve are from Cape Cod and the Islands though we do assist individuals from off-Cape, including Southeastern Massachusetts, Central Massachusetts, Greater Boston, and Rhode Island. Our programs are free and open to all individuals currently serving, veterans, and their immediate family members.

Couples Fall Retreat
Veterans Equine Warrior Weekend
Women’s Reboot


Highlights from 2023 include:

  • We served a total of 1,660 individuals through over a dozen programs including financial assistance.
  • We held a total of 44 outings/events, which included separate ones for military spouses (29 individuals attended); veterans and service members (116 attended); military couples (72 couples, so 142 individuals attended); and military families (89 families attended). A total of 723 individuals attended these combined events.
  • We provided financial assistance to 741 individuals who are either serving or have served in the military. Gift cards and gift boxes were distributed to members serving at Joint Base Cape Cod. Matthew 25 of Mashpee helped military families with their bills.
  • We had a total of 24 veterans participate in our Veterans Equine Warrior Program.
  • We held two Couples Retreats, one in the Spring and one in the Fall. We had 15 couples attend in the spring and 15 more couples attend the fall retreat. The retreats are held over the course of two days with couples learning practical skills to improve their communication, enhance their intimacy, and strengthen their relationships.
  • We held three Families In Transition (FIT) Camps during the summer in which 17 families, consisting of 63 individuals, participated in the weeklong program which connects military families with the healing qualities of horses at Alliance Equestrian Center in Sandwich.
  • We had 55 individuals attend our REBOOT, REGROUP, or Searching for Meaning programs. These help attendees build resiliency, cultivate mindfulness and spirituality, and improve their health and well-being.

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Our programs and the impact we make are all made possible by generous donations from sponsors and supporters. Please consider making your own impact by supporting the work that we do.

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2023 Year in Review