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The Physically Challenged Bowhunters of America (PCBA) works closely with hospitals and rehabilitation facilities. A large percentage of people who work with institutions are nonhunters. Through matched involvemnent with PCBA and the patients or the facilities, nurses, doctors, therapists, and administrative personnel are introduced to bowhunting in a very positive manner. This is ine of the many ways the PCBA does its part in promoting a positive image of the sport.
The PCBA also promotes the use of the crossbow by persons with certain permanent physical disabilities who choose to use it. A win-win situation can be achieved when physically challenged archers and state bowhunting groups work together to institute regulations allowing physically challenged archers to hunt with crossbows during archery seasons. Our programs are made possible by contributions from companies, organizations, and individuals who generally support us. As support builds, we will continually extend our efforts and services offered to improve the quality of life for all physically challenged individuals.
We are a nation wide organization with members currently in 48 states. The recent installment of State Representatives has added in the boosting of our membership roll to over 700 members.
As an organization we sponsor numerous hunting opportunities for our general membership. These hunting vary from antelope, elk and deer in Wyoming, deer in Ohio, bear in Canada, alligator in Georgia, turkey and deer in Kentucky, turkey in Arkansa, and hogs in Texas.
We also support the National Archery in the Schools (NASP) programs by assisting with the demonstration of adaptive equipments for disabled youth archers. Additionally, we assist the BowHunter Education Program and training through lectures and demonstration to the student bodies.
- John Brod
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