TAPS is a nonprofit organization that is committed and honored to find homes for the families of the fallen at no cost to them, down payment assistance, mortgage payment assistance and closing cost money.
We believe a home is part of the foundation that keeps a family strong, gives it stability and will help it grow and prosper after such a devastating loss.
THE T.A.P.S TEAM
Jason joined the Marine Corps right after graduating high school. As soon as he got to boot camp he knew he was in for a life changing experience. The training and what was expected of him was more than he could ever imagine. As difficult as the training was, it was minuscule compared to the confidence and maturity he gained. The lessons he learned about integrity, camaraderie, determination, responsibility, compassion, and many other things are the principles that guide his life today.
In 2014, Jason was holding his infant son and listening to the news when he heard a young soldier was killed in the Middle East, leaving a wife and children. Unfortunately, he heard this story too many times before but this time it really hit home. His thoughts went to the family and particularly to the kids, and what they would be missing. It became personal and very emotional, and that’s when Jason decided to do something for the families of the fallen.
Jason’s business background is primarily in residential real estate. He knew nothing about grief counseling or other social services that would be so important to these families, yet he wanted to help. He started to explore what housing benefits were given to these families that lost so much. He found that there was no or very little help for them. They were not able to use the VA loan program, nor was there a down payment or mortgage assistance program available for them. Because of this void Jason founded True American Patriot Services or TAPS.
TAPS is a nonprofit organization that is committed and honored to find homes for the families of the fallen at no cost to them, down payment assistance, mortgage payment assistance and closing cost money. We believe a home is part of the foundation that keeps a family strong, gives it stability and will help it grow and prosper after such a devastating loss.
Kathleen Mayers is a clinical psychologist licensed in the states of Washington and Nevada. She was educated at Purdue University and the University of California, Irvine, and completed her B.S. and Ph. D. in Biological Sciences. She completed additional education and training in the area of Clinical Psychology, completed a post-doctoral internship in Clinical Psychology at the University of Washington School of Medicine, and was licensed as a clinical psychologist in 1973 in Washington State and in 1999 in the state of Nevada. She joined the U.S. Army Reserve in 1983 and served as a “weekend warrior” until 1991 and again in 2003, joining the Active Duty Army. She retired from the Army in 2003 from Ft. Carson as a Lt. Col.
Through her career, she has worked in a wide variety of areas. Her research through graduate school focused on neurophysiology and brain function, and later, as a clinical psychologist, she continued to work in both clinical and research areas. She has published widely in professional journals and has also provided numerous presentations through the U.S. Her interests have been quite varied and have included developing brain function, enhancing functioning in individuals with dementia diagnoses, accommodations and specialized services for geriatric patients and for those with dementia diagnoses, strategies for evaluation and treatment after sexual abuse of children and adults, sexuality and disability, sexuality awareness training for caretakers of geriatric residents, forensic evaluation, serving as an expert witness, PTSD, and psychological injury. She has worked in many area in which the courts require psychological expert witnesses through her career, including civil commitment, child abuse and neglect, termination of parental rights, custody and visitation, adoption proceedings, the juvenile justice system, the adult justice system, sentencing, the mentally ill offender, competency to stand trial, criminal insanity, courts martial, and personal injury.
She continues to be in private practice in both Washington State and Las Vegas, NV, with a current focus on disability evaluation for Social Security Disability.
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Mark joined the Air Force in1984 and attended OTS. He became a Nuclear Launch Officer at Grand Forks Air Force ND; Leaving Grand Forks as a Captian. Mark was an Air Weapons Controller stationed at Langley VA, After separating from the Air Force Mark became a sales rep for IBM. He then spent many years in Real Estate Education companies.
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Melissa discovered her passion for credt restoration when she succesfully found an alternative to bankruptcy. Once she achieved this for herself she had an overwhelming desire to help others struggling with credit issues. After much research, studying,training and experiance she started her own company in 2011 and has been helping others since.
Cynthia joined the Army fresh out of high school. She was a Military Police Officer stationed in the Black Forest of Germany at a Top Secret Nuclear sight and was considered “one tough cookie” as an M60 Machine Gunner. Her time in the military embedded a strong sense of patriotism and responsibility and she has a heart for military veterans and their families. She separated from the Army after her son was born and for the past 18 years, Cynthia’s background has primarily been in commercial and residential real estate as an Office Manager and Marketing Manager. Her love of God, Country and Family is the top focus in her personal life.
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