About us

President of Silent Warrior, LLC.

Meg Hawkins

Meg is the proud wife of a combat veteran who lives with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). She is currently a police officer with 19 years of law enforcement experience. In January 2017, she almost lost her husband, Eric, to Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and suicide. That experience and struggle rocked their worlds and change their life’s mission. They now share their stories to help others know that “it’s ok to not be ok” and seeking help is not a weakness but a strength.

 

Although she has lived with anxiety and depression since her late teenage years, her symptoms severely worsened in early 2019. She was diagnosed with moderate PTSD from the traumatic night when her husband went missing and was suicidal. She has completed Prolonged Exposure (PE) and is currently in Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT) to help with her mental health.

 

Many times, the wellbeing of spouses or significant others of veterans and first responders are forgotten about. Their mental health cannot be forgotten or overlooked. We battle alongside our partners and are extremely affected by their mental health. We are the Silent Warriors.

 

In 2018, Meg, along with her husband Eric Provow, founded the nonprofit organization Making Everything Good (M.E.G.) to assist and support the needs of individuals, families, and organizations associated with public safety, military, veterans, and their local community.

 

Eric is the President of Denny’s Got My 6, LLC and shares his story to help others and break the mental health stigma.