Treatment & Rehabilitation

22 Zero - (863)221-6304  "Healing the Heroes of 9/11.  We believe there is a better way to deal with traumatic emotions and negative emotions affecting our day-to-day lives.  We developed the tactical resiliency process (TRP) which is the heart of our interventions.  They are the trauma resiliency-protocol (TR-P) and the emotions management process (EMP)."


Adaptive Performance Center ~   (406)281-3848  "From PTSD, depression and anxiety to amputees, and para/quadriplegics we are here to help them in a way that just mental health and rehabilitative services cannot achieve.  Too often veterans with disabilities are categorized into a "percentage of improvement" from a rehabilitation standpoint.  Once they reach that number they are released from therapeutic services and expected to adapt to the limitations they have without access to services that will help them improve.  We believe those numbers can be much higher with the right of facility.  

A fitness environment allows veterans to feel more conventional as they work their body.  The psychological impact of not feeling like they are in a clinical setting is one very large hurdle that can be overcome.  In a rehabilitation facility, an individual tends to feel "sick" or like there is something wrong with them.  In a fitness center, the psychological belief is that of normalcy, strength and possibility.  Our fitness environment  encourages reintegration among veterans and we are exclusive to military personnel.  We live by the motto “move your body, heal your mind” and use physical fitness to improve PTSD, limit depression, and lessen anxiety. "

Allegiance Ranch -   "At Allegiance Ranch, we strive to provide a safe and welcoming place for veterans, active duty military, first responders, and their families, to find release from every day challenges. We rely on donor support to ensure ongoing care and training for our rescued horses and offer.  OUR MISSION is to help horses and heroes by offering a safe place for healing, developing a sense of purpose, and establishing meaningful connections between horses and humans." r programs at no charge to these heroes. 

Anxiety Guys ~   "For five years, Anxiety Guys have led veterans and first responders to complete emotional healing from PTSD, anxiety, depression, and trauma, when they founded 22ZERO together, and now we’re bringing that same revolutionary non-clinical interventions to you. Our process targets neural pathways to reset your mind-body connection so you can experience total, authentic, and permanent restoration." 

The PTSD Coach Mobile App   The VA and the Department of Defense have created a free smart phone application which can help veterans identify signs of PTSD, manage symptoms, and connect with resources and help instantly. The PTSD Coach app can be downloaded for free on iTunes and the Android Marketplace. 

Adaptive Training Foundation -   (469)830-5676  “ATF redefines limits for wounded veterans and individuals with life altering physical challenges.”

Alcohol Rehab Guide ~  (855)293-2133  “If you or someone you care about is struggling with an alcohol problem help is out there. There are many treatment options, from inpatient rehab to outpatient counseling and support groups. Just because a problem has developed doesn’t mean it has to stay a problem. Get treatment for your alcohol addiction right now and start taking your life back from this disorder.  InPatient and outpatient rehab options are available.

Big Sky Bravery -  (406)624-0066  "Big Sky Bravery is founded on the belief that we owe a debt of gratitude to the members of our military’s active duty special operations forces. As elite military members, these individuals risk their lives to protect us. They do so under the radar and out of the spotlight. It is because of their selflessness and bravery that we are able to enjoy living in a safe and free America.   To help show our gratitude, our primarily civilian-based organization is dedicated to providing these elite individuals with post-deployment decompression programs in Montana’s restorative surroundings. Our programs are tailored to meet the unique needs of these elite military members by building trust, brotherhood and friendships at this critical time in their lives as a means to improve their psychological and emotional wellbeing."

Boot Campaign -    “At Boot Campaign, our mission is to unite Americans to honor and restore the lives of veterans and military families through individualized, life-improving programs. Our individualized programs are designed to show gratitude to our nation’s veterans…provide high-touch, customized care to treat the root cause of invisible wounds of war, such as posttraumatic stress, traumatic brain injury, chronic pain, self-medication and insomnia”

Boulder Crest Foundation -  (540)554-2727  “Boulder Crest understands trauma and stress. We know that traumatic stress is debilitating. Our mission is to help struggling veterans, first responders, and their families rediscover hope, purpose, and a belief in a future that is truly worth living. Our team at Boulder Crest uses the science of Posttraumatic Growth to train participants through a proven process of transformation.” 

Camp Southern Ground -  (678)561-9600  “We are committed to serving the men and women who have fought to protect our country. Warrior Week and Warrior PATHH specifically care for the health and wellbeing of post-9/11 veterans while providing the necessary support in their transition to life after military service. Both are provided at no cost to veterans. If you or someone you know is a Warrior struggling to find your new mission, we can help.”

Center for the Intrepid ~  or  210-916-6100 (Program Director) "The Center for the Intrepid serves military personnel suffering amputations, limb trauma, and severe burns received in service. Most of the service members treated served in Iraq and Afghanistan. The 60,000 square-foot facility offers advanced rehabilitation equipment and specialists that apply the most proven techniques available to treat these severely injured heroes in uniform. Revolutionary therapies have been developed at the center, and several thousand service members have received high quality, compassionate care.  The capabilities of the CFI include state-of-the-world technologies designed to be used for rehabilitation, research, education, and training. Patients are challenged by state-of-the-art physical therapy and occupational therapy, demanding and challenging sports equipment, and virtual reality systems. They benefit from individualized case management, access to behavioral medicine services, and in-house prosthetic fitting and fabrication. The Computer Assisted Rehabilitation Environment (CAREN) provides virtual reality training, the Motion Analysis Lab allows specialists to detect gait deviations not discernable to the naked eye, the Firearms training simulator reacquaints patients with their weapons systems, and the Flowrider integrates balance, core strength training, and excitement into the rehabilitation process. The CFI is an outpatient facility under the command and control of BAMC and specifically the Department of Orthopaedics and Rehabilitation. The CFI is staffed by active duty Army medical staff, Department of the Army civilians, contract providers, and nine full-time Department of Veteran's Affairs employees. Together they work to maximize the patients' rehabilitative potential and to facilitate reintegration whether or not they remain on active duty or return to civilian life.  Services are presented to patients using an interdisciplinary approach and include physical medicine, case management, behavioral medicine, occupational therapy, physical therapy, wound care, and prosthetic fitting and fabrication."

Charlie Five Foundation ~  505-926-1042  "At Charlie Five, we believe in the power of horsemanship to challenger our nations heroes to become leaders again.  Charlie Five Inc. matches sound, quiet and gentle equines with Veterans and First Responders at no cost so they may continue to benefit from a horse – human bond, and overcome personal obstacles.  

Chris Kyle Frog Foundation -  renamed to  Taya and Chris Kyle Foundation -   (844)336-2533   “The Chris Kyle Frog Foundation’s (CKFF) unique and innovative programs have proven effective in keeping service marriages together, strengthening the family, as well as having a ripple effect on communities and future generations. Our long-term vision includes programs that help build stronger relationships between military and first responder marriages, as well as the communities in which they live and serve.”

Coast x Coast -   “Founded by Special Operations members to provide healing treatments to those in need.  Our mission is to honor fallen U.S. Special Operations Forces, and enhance the quality of life of wounded members.  As we honor the memories of fallen Special Operations Soldiers by sharing their stories, we are able to raise funds to provide alternative medical treatment for active and non-active veterans still dealing with injuries from war.”

Combat Warriors, Inc -   “The mission of Combat Warriors Inc. is to honor and support, emotionally and financially, the commitment and courage of our combat veterans. We meet this challenge by providing our veterans with quality outdoor experiences they will never forget, and by reaching out to our veterans to build relationships that we will never fail to treasure.”  

CreatiVets ~  (888)585-3799   “CreatiVets’ goal is to offer opportunities for relief and healing for the men and women who have sacrificed so much for our country.  Our purpose is to use various forms of art, including songwriting, visual arts, music, and creative writing, to help disabled veterans cope with service-related trauma (i.e., post-traumatic stress, or PTS) by fostering self-expression in a way that allows them to transform their stories of trauma and struggle into an art form that can inspire and motivate continued healing.”

First Responders Foundation -   (402)218-1234  "The mission of the First Responders Foundation is to serve and honor all our First Responders, Veterans, and their families, build appreciation and respect for their work, and enhance public safety.  The First Responders Foundation supports Law enforcement, Firefighters, Dispatchers, EMTs, Medical Personnel, and Veterans.  Programming includes behavioral health services, physical fitness programs and classes, med management, and more, to serve and honor first responders and their families.  While the First Responders Foundation Headquarters is located in Omaha, Nebraska, first responders and their families across the United States are welcome to participate in programming and events. Programming is available in person or through telehealth, telefitness, and behavior health sessions via Zoom and other virtual technology."

First There Foundation -  “The First There Foundation provides vital resources to AF Combat Controllers and their families. We provide mental, financial, career, and or substance abuse assistance.”

For the Love of a Veteran ~  “We are ‘SAVING LIVES ONE VETERAN AT A TIME’ providing access to a not only life-changing but to life-saving medical procedure known as SGB (Stellate Ganglion Block) at no charge to our nations Heroes, including transportation and lodging if necessary.”

Heroes and Horses -  (406)284-2870  “Our mission at Heroes and Horses is to un-program the programmed. To offer combat veterans an alternative solution for defining and approaching their physical and mental scars—a solution that does not include prescription medications, or traditional psychotherapy, but rather the opportunity to use tools to redefine their purpose, rediscover their inner strength, and maximize their potential by taking ownership of their lives for the first time since leaving service.” 

Heroic Hearts Project -   “Heroic Hearts Project connects military veterans struggling with trauma to psychedelic therapy options including ayahuasca, psilocybin, ibogaine, and ketamine treatments in combination with professional coaching and integration. We provide these veterans, who have often exhausted all of the resources offered by the Department of Veteran Affairs and don't know where to turn, with education about and access to these alternative healing modalities. Our mission is to restore hope and empower each veteran in his or her own healing process.  Secondarily, HHP aims to contribute to the growing base of psychedelic research, to educate the public on the potential of psychedelics based on the outcomes of this research, and to advocate for policy changes enabling increased and more equitable access to psychedelic therapies."

Hiatus Ranch Of Idaho ~   (208)204-9987 “Our mission is to restore the mental, physical, emotional health and vitality of veterans, active duty, first responders, rescue horses, and animals in a tranquil, structured environment while providing housing, meals, optional mental health services, financial management as a part of a rehabilitation program.  Hiatus Ranch sits on 40 acres that will include living quarters for up to 5 veterans. The Ranch currently has a hay barn, a ranch house, and an indoor riding arena. We provide weekend, 14-day, and 30-day retreat experiences for combat veterans and first responders. Retreat participants stay on the ranch, interact and care for horses, cattle, sheep, pigs, donkeys, goats, and other rescue animals.  At Hiatus Ranch, we are working hard to be a world-renowned provider of safe spaces that allow some of the most vulnerable of us to regain control of their lives.”

Horses for Heroes -   (505)798-2535  "Cowboy Up! is a unique horsemanship, wellness and Skill-set Restructuring™ program based in Santa Fe, NM free to ALL post 9/11 Veterans and active military (both men and women) including those who have sustained PTSD*, physical injuries, or have experienced combat trauma during their time serving our country. From day one Veterans are hands on with our horses beginning with groundwork and progressing to riding, as well as participating in other aspects of ranch life, but as important, experiencing the camaraderie with cowboys who are Veterans themselves. "

HunterSeven Foundation  -  (202)599-6477  “The HunterSeven Foundation supports post-9/11 veterans and their families that have been made ill as a result of military exposures and/or injuries through our immediate needs program and healthcare partnerships.” 

Infinite Hero -   (949)829-6446  "Infinite Hero Foundation exists to connect our military, veterans and military family members with innovative and effective treatment programs for service related injuries.

Music Therapy of the Rockies ~    (970)456-6014  “ Mack Bailey founded Music Therapy of the Rockies with a mission to help veterans and people who have experienced trauma, and to teach other music therapists the proven skills that have been positively affecting people’s lives. Mack began developing a full curriculum of the research and studies to show that this belief could be replicated. With much success, Mack implemented retreats in Nashville (at Amy Grant and Vince Gill’s farm) and in Cleveland.  Our mission is to help heal though who have experienced trauma.  We accomplish this through our life-changing music therapy retreats by:

Mission 22 -   (503)908-8505  "Mission 22 is dedicated to healing America's Veterans when they need it most - right now.  For active service members, Veterans, and their family members, addressing Post-Traumatic Stress, Traumatic Brain Injury, suicide risk and other challenges."

National Warrior Foundation -   “We are dedicated to making an impact by supplying morale-based programming that will empower our Warriors’ mental well-being.  The National Warrior Foundation seeks to create and provide uplifting morale programming for our active duty, veterans and first responders.  We welcome all active duty, national guard, reservists, and veterans regardless of discharge status. We also take pride in supporting all of our first responders—this includes law enforcement, fire fighters, paramedics/EMT, nurses, and 911 dispatchers.”

National Veterans Resources  (888)526-5552  "To provide suicide prevention and postvention resources to Servicemembers, Veterans and their families."

Naked Warrior Recovery -  “NW Recovery was created to develop premium THC Free CBD products to support physical and mental recovery through innovation and excellence. NW Recovery is dedicated to the recovery of Veterans, First Responders and athletes.” 

Operation Equine -   (720) 588-3035 

"At Operation Equine, they understand that committing to a life of service often creates complex challenges that can leave Military Service Members, Veterans, and Emergency Responders feeling disconnected from their families and communities. They facilitate unique, therapeutic experiences with horses that lead their participants to a deeper understanding of themselves, empowering them to cultivate healthier relationships and feel better." 

Operation Healing Forces -  (813)480-6078  “The mission of Operation Healing Forces (OHF) is to serve the needs of our active-duty and recent-veteran wounded, ill, and injured Special Operations Forces (SOF) and their spouses by starting or continuing the process of mentally, physically and emotionally healing in preparation to return to the fight or transition successfully into civilian life.”

Operation Red Wings Foundation -  formerly Lone Survivor Foundation  (936)755-6075  "To Provide Veterans and their families with a path to healing from their invisible wounds.  No Cost help for PTSD, mTBI Symptoms and Chronic Pain".    

Operation Song ~  (844)967-7664  “Bringing them back, one Song at a time   To empower veterans, active duty military, and their families to tell their stories through the process of songwriting.  . There has never been, nor will there ever be, a charge to any veteran or family member for our services. It is our honor to serve those who have served."

Objective Zero -  (202)573-9660  "The Objective Zero Foundation enhances social connectedness and access to wellness and mental health resources to combat suicide within the military and veteran community. We use an upstream approach to suicide prevention, connecting our users to volunteer peer and civilian support Ambassadors and to a variety of resources from yoga and meditation to free or low cost mental health care. The Objective Zero Foundation operates on a ‘Give Support, Get Support’ model, enabling users and peer support Ambassadors to reach out for help, connect to health and wellness resources, or volunteer their support to others. Users may choose to remain anonymous or may build their own unique profiles. The Objective Zero mobile app allows users to apply filters to find their best possible match in a peer supporter. The Objective Zero mobile app is to anyone in the military community to download for free on Google Play and Apple’s App Store."

Patriot Resilient Leader Institute -  (978)219-4003 “The Patriot Resilient Leader Institute runs Camp Resilience Retreats to help service members, veterans, first responders and their loved ones recover and maintain their physical, psychological and emotional well-being.  These free 3-4 day retreats combine per-to-peer counseling ,life skills workshops and outdoor experiential learning.  Camp Resilience strives to provide attendees with the tools to develop self-improvement goals and sustained ties to the community.  The retreats stress the importance of camaraderie and wellness in fostering resilience.”  

Project Sanctuary -  "Project Sanctuary believes that when one person serves, the whole family serves.  Through our professional staff of counselors, social workers and recreation therapists we are one of the only organizations that supports not just the veteran, but the whole family, including caregivers, to create multigenerational change toward positive healthy habits for at-risk military families."

PTSD Foundation of America -    (832)912-4429  Office  (877)717-7873  Combat Trauma Help Line available 24/7   "The Mission of the PTSD Foundation of America is to bring hope and healing to Combat Veterans and their families suffering from the effects of combat-related Post Traumatic Stress."

Rack Ops CBD -  “We founded Rack Ops CBD to be solution for veterans who are looking for a natural organic relief.  We created a top-quality, trusted USA made CBD product.” 

Recon & Sniper Foundation (RSF) -   The Recon & Sniper Foundation was founded in 2015 by a group of Recon Marines, Scout Snipers, and Navy SARCs.  The Foundation's mission is twofold, emergency assistance and veteran community engagement. We assist current service members and veterans from all branches of the Armed Forces. Assistance can be in the form of financial help, peer counseling, mental health treatment, or any other feasible and viable form of aid. Emergency requests are submitted via the Recon & Sniper Foundation website and assessed by experienced case managers, who ensure the request for assistance is legitimate.  In addition to the mission of emergency assistance, the Recon & Sniper Foundation also provides various preventative mental health events throughout the year. From individual and group therapy in the mountains of Colorado at Rawah Ranch to veteran get-togethers in southern California, the Foundation provides veterans with a variety of ways to address their mental health, emphasizing prevention and long-term care. 

Second Chance Rehabilitation Ranch -  Healing through horses.  "Our goal is to create a four-day retreat at no cost for the veterans and first responders."

Shepherd Center SHARE Military Initiative -  (844)747-6813.  "The SHARE Military Initiative at Shepherd Center is a comprehensive rehabilitation program that focuses on assessment and treatment for service members who have served in the U.S. Military since September 11, 2001, regardless of discharge status.  The program helps service members who are experiencing symptoms of or have a diagnosis of: mild to moderate Traumatic Brain Injury AND military concussions / head trauma or co-occurring physiological or behavioral health concerns, including military PTSD."

Soldiers Freedom Outdoors ~  (800)875-0309  “To Honor, Respect, Empower and Cherish all of our veterans and active duty service members to “Heal the Hidden Wounds of War” through eco and equine therapy. To provide a safe holistic place where our military can begin the journey toward healing. We serve veterans and active duty military personal throughout the United States. Our facility is known as Camp Freedom, located in Melrose Florida. Our retreats are small - which help to create intimacy, trust and genuine fellowship. Some of life’s moments may be shared on the trail, around the campfire, on the dock, or in the hunting blind.”

Soul Survivor Outdoor -  (760)230-4170  “Serving active duty military service members through Christ-centered outdoor adventure.  Events focus on building or re-building a solid life foundation, give military service members a chance to relax and let their guard down, unpack the stress of daily life, refresh their spirit, clear their minds, re-build confidence in self and others, and ultimately provide an opportunity to restore their souls.  Events include rock climbing, hiking, mountain biking, meals shared together around a campfire, and motivational discussion by fellow military service members who ‘have been there, done that’.  ”

Superheroes Foundation -  “Our mission is to support the mental health of our Veterans, Military, First Responders and their families. We partner with amazing organizations that are dedicated towards creating mental health resiliency within a safe environment so that Veterans, Military, First Responders and their families are able to address the many issues that they face. They provide professional support to individuals who need help organizing and overcoming complex mental health and substance concerns. Within a short amount of time, they help First Responders identify goals, skills, and motivators that allow them to overcome personal challenges and to create a fulfilling life in their home environment. We work with our partners to remove the barriers that prevent our Heroes from receiving the quality treatment they deserve. Sometimes it's as simple as eliminating individual and family travel cost to treatment, or it involves filling in the gap financially for their high deductible and out of pocket costs. The end goal is to ensure every Hero that suffers from PTSD, mental health and addiction has the ability to receive top quality education and treatment without the fear of being financially burdened.”

Talons Reach Foundation -   “ To provide a helping hand to those who have been temporarily knocked down. Our Special Operations Forces thrive in complex and extremely dangerous environments. They are trained to avoid complacency at all costs. They refuse to let their guard down or express weakness. They must always be a “hard target.” This mindset becomes part of who they are through training and combat. This results in the undesired effect of unintentionally carrying this mindset permanently. Stress, fatigue, poor sleep, and hypertension become normal to the Special Operator regardless of their present situation. This causes the symptoms to get progressively worse as it can take a toll on relationships, lead to excessive alcohol consumption and depression. We want to help them find balance by focusing on the mind and practicing different forms of mindfulness to assist in controlling those thoughts, emotions to ultimately help improve the Special Operator’s overall effectiveness.  We do not claim that our programs are treatments, nor do we claim to be therapists. We do however claim our programs will allow the Eagles to reach down within themselves and find what triggers them and what makes them tick. We will guide them through adventures that involve outdoor recreational activities, mindfulness, meditation practices, arts and various other methods of healing. Our Eagles will leave with tools they can use in their everyday lives.”

The Veterans Ranch -   (863)815-5896  Healing through horses.

Veterans Families United -  "Many new, lesser-known wellness and healing options are available for Veterans and their families who face the invisible wounds of war like PTSD and TBI, depression and anxiety.  A common treatment is traditional talk therapy, which can include individual and group counseling. Sometimes medications are prescribed. While these are the most commonly used techniques, new healing options are emerging daily that are proving very beneficial."

VETS - Veterans Exploring Treatment Solutions  -   (888)526-5552  "VETS is committed to ending the veteran suicide epidemic by helping veterans heal from traumatic brain injury (TBI( and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).  Our Mission: To End Veteran suicide. Once and for all."

Warrior Angels Foundation -   (479)553-9063  “Warrior Angels Foundation and partners are dedicated to bringing treatment to all TBI patients, including athletes and laborers, through proven nutraceuticals, personalized treatment protocols, and a growing network of TBI-trained physicians.” 

Warrior Events ~  “Warrior Events provides veterans and their families the opportunity to engage with and become pillars in their community following military service.  Warrior Events breaks down the product pipeline into three basic deliverables: Sanctuary, Support and Stability. A sanctuary provides peer support, respite and targeted community events. Support is offered within the sanctuary and provides a forum of trust to request assistance in navigating obstacles successfully. Stability is provided through a sustainable network of peers, mentors, and leaders standing by to provide that critical hand up to veterans as long as they establish themselves as pillars in the community.  The Warrior Events team is made up of military retirees, veterans, and community leaders passionate about our mission. We encourage our family, friends, and neighbors to volunteer at our events and through our programs.”

Warriors Heart -  (866)868-9383 "Addiction and Chemical Dependency & PTSD Treatment for Active Military, Veterans, and First Responders.  Warriors Heart® provides private treatment to adult men and women 18 and older who are seeking inpatient treatment for chemical dependency, alcohol abuse, and co-occurring psychological disorders relating to PTSD (post-traumatic stress disorder) or the psychological effects of MTBI (mild traumatic brain injury).  Warriors Heart is a privately funded treatment center located in San Antonio, where we only treat active military, veterans, firefighters, police, EMTs, and active members from across the United States that belong to organizations that protect and serve the citizens of the United States."

Warriors and Quiet Waters -  (406)585-9793  "At Warriors & Quiet Waters Foundation (WQW), we believe that we are part of the solution regarding our nation’s injured defenders by providing a respite from the stresses of war, the monotony of lengthy hospital stays and traditional therapy, and the many day-to-day struggles involved in their journey home.  We help post-9/11 combat veterans and their loved ones find peace, meaning, and purpose through fly fishing.  Our five-day programs immerse participants in the pristine natural outdoors of southwest Montana where we teach them the art and skill of fly-fishing and equip them with a head-to-toe fly-fishing set-up to keep and take home.  " 

Warrior Ranch Foundation ~  (631)740-9049   "Through horse interaction, Warrior Ranch provides a safe haven of healing and well being for Veterans, First Responders and horses.  The purpose of this program is to assist Veterans and First Responders with a focus on those suffering from PTSD. By rescuing, retraining, and repurposing horses, the Warrior Ranch Foundation will give Veterans and First Responders a path and purpose. The Warrior Ranch Foundation will educate on the nature of horses. An equine specialist will do the initial retraining while the Veterans and First Responders observes. When the equine specialist deems the horse safe, the Veterans or First Responder will step into the arena with a trainer and execute the basic skills he or she was taught.”  

Wounded Warrior Project -   (877)832-6997   "WWP helping Veterans and service members who incurred a physical or mental injury, illness, or wound while serving in the military on or after September 11, 2001."  Resource Center  (888)997-2586.

Wounded Warrior Family Support -   (402)502-7557   Caregiver Respite, Family Retreats, Veteran Training.  "Wounded Warriors Family Support is an independent nonprofit organization whose mission is to provide support to the families of those who have been wounded, injured or killed during combat operations.   The families of our casualties suffer in many ways — emotionally, physically, and psychologically. Our organization supports wounded veterans and their families, even after physical needs are met, to help them heal, recover and reconnect. We work to provide services and resources to combat-wounded veterans and their families that supplement those provided by the Department of Veterans Affairs and other agencies. We also work with military and nonprofit partners to identify and fill gaps in services for wounded veterans and their families. "