Colorado Springs

Healing Those
Who Serve

Finding peace through the serenity of fly fishing

Our Program

Colorado Springs


We believe in the healing power of water. Our program combines the passion for fly fishing of our volunteers with the rivers, streams and lakes of Colorado to enable physical and emotional healing for disabled veterans in the Pikes Peak region.

PHWFF - Colorado Springs

Explore What We Do for Vets

Project Healing Waters Fly Fishing – Colorado Springs (PHWFF-COS) introduces disabled veterans to fly fishing, as well as involves them in fly tying, rod building classes, and monthly meetings. We engage them in a life-long sport and reconnect them to a team and community that is often missing from their post-service lives.

Learn All About Our Attorneys

Meet The Partners

Brian Lewis

Founding Partner

Chas R. Walker


Christy Mullen


Work with Us

How You Can Work with PHWFF - Colorado Springs?

Join Our Program

Are you a veteran looking to connect with nature and with fellow veterans? Learn the basics of fly fishing with our Colorado Springs Program and open the door to many opportunities to attend local fishing outings. We hold classes on fly tying, fly casting, and rod building. And we conduct fly fishing outings year-round.

Lend A Hand

PHWFF – Colorado Springs relies on the valuable hours and expertise of dedicated volunteers to accomplish our mission. We need anglers, fly tiers, rod builders, casting instructors, photographers, cooks, and administrative personnel to execute our mission and deliver support to our veterans.

Support Our Cause

Like any non-profit, we rely on generous donations, financial and services support from Colorado businesses, organizations, trusts, and individuals to pay for the equipment, supplies, and services needed to serve our participants. We appreciate every donation, regardless of size or frequency.

What People Say About Us

Client Testimonials

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Colorado Springs in Pictures

PHWFF Colorado Springs

Recent News

The Volunteer

By Staff Sgt. Ben Mellon
A thick layer of morning fog looms over the parking area as I pull into the lot. The only movement is a few small shadows moving about; my brothers gearing up. I climb out of my jeep and begin to do the same. We walk down together and wait patiently by the river.

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