Celebrity chef Andre Rush combats the growing veteran suicide ‘pandemic’ with the BourBiz Network
Chef Rush does 2,222 push-ups every morning to honor the 22 veterans that commit suicide daily
Former White House chef and military veteran Chef Andre Rush discusses the BourBiz Network and the work he does alongside them to help veterans achieve success after service on ‘Mornings with Maria.’
Celebrity chef Andre Rush details his incredible career and how his military experience has led him to his philanthropic endeavors with the BourBiz Network, which serves to educate the veteran community on suicide prevention and PTSD.
Chef Rush has committed his time in helping veterans transition into civilian life, providing them with a network of other veterans, their families, and communities through the largest veteran resource group in the country.
"That's the way we bring us together. That's the way we combat everything that we do, especially with the stigma with PTSD, suicide, ADHD and all the negativity that's going on right now," Chef Rush said in a Wednesday interview on "Mornings with Maria."
Chef Rush continued to discuss his own transition out of the military, asserting that it was his own "hard transition" that inspired him to help others adapt to the civilian world.
ANDRE RUSH, ARMY VETERAN AND CELEBRITY CHEF, BRINGS FRESH AWARENESS TO PTSD, SUICIDE PREVENTION