Carry Me Productions is a 501(c)3 organization that advocates for homeless veterans, former foster youth, and elderly.
What CMP Provides
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When I discharged from the Navy in 2013, I was having a hard time transferring to civilian life. CMP responded to a post I had made on Facebook asking for help with getting a job and past due bills and finding a stable place to call home. Carrie, the Founder of CMP, went the extra mile to ensure I had a place to stay and helped with furnishings. I moved out of state a few years ago. Found a better job. Got into a place by myself. I keep her in the loop as to my progress. If you need a voice to be heard for you Carrie is advocate to go to for advice or for help. Carrie is the Voice For The Veterans.
My eldest boy has Autism and CMP has been amazing by helping to bring the local veteran community together to help us when we needed it the most.
Carrie personifies passion, dedication, and commitment to changing the lives of others. Her goal is to reach out to those who find themselves in economic straits, those who don't have family support, and those who are close to losing hope. When Carrie reaches out, in her hands she holds hope, possibilities, and the realization that the person is no longer alone. Working with those who have been displaced, for whatever reason, she becomes that ray of light and ray of hope. With tireless focus, and a determination that surpasses all obstacles, Carrie will change the lives of many through her journey with Carry Me Productions. She is an exceptional individual.
Being part of the Success Forward family helped me have hope in humanity again. Carrie and her team helped me get off the streets and into a place of my own and I got my VA benefits bumped from 10% to 80% in less than 9 months. I don't know what I would have done if I never met Carrie. This organization has truly been a blessing to me.
I contacted 100s of organizations before I found CMP. Carrie quickly picked up the ball and helped me get to where I needed to be to get back on track. Without CMP, I would still be living on the streets getting ready to die alone. She was my guardian angel during tough times and I will forever be grateful for her patience and direction.
I contacted CMP on facebook. Without this organization, me and my family would be living under the bridge in a tent. We now have an apartment and are seeking employment. We still have a way to go, but at least we know we have continued assistance as part of the Success Forward family. Thank you to those who have assisted veterans like me.