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Theresa Theresa from Tantallon, NS wrote on February 21, 2019 at 12:08 pm:
I had the opportunity to visit Rally Point recently and it allowed me to just be myself and recover. I am so grateful for their generosity and friendship. I very much needed dog therapy so Sarah and Maggie made sure that I was well loved and cuddled. I got to cook with Jo and ramble on about what nutrients the body needs. Bob helped me turn a pen and I was thrilled to see the beauty I created! For anyone who needs to step away to rest or gain perspective, this is a safe place. Free of judgment and open to supporting your needs. Thank you so much!
Cath Warrender Cath Warrender from Peterborough wrote on May 25, 2017 at 6:18 pm:
Bob and Johan, thank you from my heart following my visit with you. Your kindness and comfort so generous was a warming respite. The time to re-energize has helped me refocus to my challenges and given me a welcomed new vitality. Warmest regards, love cath P.S. so loved the hugs and cuddles your beauti-FULL girls - Sarah and Maggie (always have so missed the four legged friends in my life).
Dean Walsh Dean Walsh from Middle Sackville wrote on April 21, 2017 at 12:52 pm:
Well I finally made to Rally Point yesterday on a volunteer mission with some new and old friends.It was a tough winter but experiencing the serenity that Bob and Jo have created was beyond my expectations. I took my dog not knowing how he would do with Sarah and Maggie but I'm happy to say Benjamin has 2 new girlfriend​s. Thanks for what you've created and we look forward to our next visit!
Todd Sisk Todd Sisk from Coldbrook, NS wrote on December 11, 2016 at 6:33 pm:
This entry is long overdue. I met Bob and Jo last summer, and after chatting with them several times, and trying to get down and not being able to due to my anxiety, etc., I was finally able to make it during the summer. I was completely lost at the time, and struggled to get off of my couch most days. I recall the first time I traveled down to Sable River, and the fact that I almost turned around several times on the way. I'm so glad that I didn't, however, as I found a little piece of heaven in my messed-up world. I was welcomed with open arms, and treated with love and kindness. Since that first visit, I have made many more, and think of Bob and Jo as family. I have made several friends along the way, learned a LOT about myself, and instead of sitting on my couch everyday waiting for the day to end, I have found a new purpose in life. Thank you both for what you do. Your selfless actions and the fact that you have opened your home to me, and others, have definitely made an immeasurable impact on my life. If you are on the fence as to whether this magical place can be of help to you, I am here to tell you that it can, and will! Make the trip and see for yourself. You won't regret it.
Cindy Howell Cindy Howell from Windaor wrote on October 26, 2016 at 7:09 pm:
I found myself in a full blown panic attack. Bob and Jo took me for a couple of days and thought me some amazing skills. I look forward to spreading the word and being able to give back. Thank you. You have given me a new amazing tool. Love to you xo
Max and Amanda Max and Amanda from Sackville wrote on October 12, 2016 at 1:32 pm:
My fiancee and I seen a pamphlet for Rally Point Retreat in my psychologist's office last month. We decided that it would be a great idea to try it. The initial contact via phone, immediately put us at ease, since we had no idea of what to expect. I dislike crowds, so it was nice to know that no one else was booked for the same weekend as us. Upon arrival, we felt the peacefulness of nature surrounding us, coupled with nice wild ponds. Maggie and Sarah (the extremely friendly and trained puppies) were the first to greet us. They are truly charming! Jo and Bob gave us a tour of their one level spacious home and showed us our large bedroom and even larger ensuite bathroom. The atmosphere was relaxing and we spent most of the weekend chatting outside with this amazing couple. We shared our experiences... Copious tears and laughs were exchanged. Our second most enjoyable moments were in the woodshop, where we learned how to turn our on pens...they would easily sell for $50 to $100 in the city! Of course, we have them on display at home, since they are a remembrance of our time at Rally Point Retreat. We plan on returning in the is a must for positive relief of PTSD symptoms! Thank you again Jo and Bob for generously opening your hearts and home to us. See you soon hopefully!!! Max and Amanda
Doug roberts Doug roberts from Upper Stewiacke wrote on September 13, 2016 at 12:33 pm:
Hearing great things from Veterans about your retreat Good Job Hope to get the opportunity to pop in some day and have a chat
Jeremy Jeremy from Greenwood wrote on August 21, 2016 at 7:38 pm:
very relaxing few nights we stayed there... Didn't know what to expect going there. But within no time it was like we were visiting family. Bob and Johan are amazing people doing an amazing thing. cant wait to go back for a visit
Dave King Dave King from Halifax wrote on July 18, 2016 at 11:13 am:
We arrived at Rally Point with no expectations and nervous. Bob & Johan welcomed us into their place and made us feel like long lost family. I'm glad I went with no expectations because none could have done justice to the atmosphere and feeling of safety and acceptance. What a truly wonderful place.
Amy Woolvett Amy Woolvett from Sable River wrote on June 28, 2016 at 5:08 pm:
Thank you for talking with me today, you are putting a much-needed service out there for those who have dedicated themselves to saving others. I am looking forward to see how Rally Point Retreat grows. Best of luck!
majaid majaid wrote on March 23, 2016 at 6:16 am:
Thanks Bob & Johan for everything you are doing to help others.
Johan Johan from Sable River wrote on March 13, 2016 at 4:16 pm:
Someone had to be first......Looking forward to meeting new friends along the way. Cheers, Jo

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