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“They made a promise to us when they joined, whatever Service they joined, and then they made another promise to us when they came in as Special Operations and we’re making a promise to them, that we’re going to be with them for the rest of their lives if anything happens to them and we’re going to help take care of their families as well.” -Quote from the USSOCOM Commander at Care Coalition founding in 2005


The Salute to Recovery treatment team understands that life in military service can put individuals at high risk for developing substance use and mental health disorders, making it difficult to: 
∙Manage a work/life balance
∙Protect against stress-related disorders
∙Identify the impacts on self and family
∙Connect with the emotions of others
∙Recognize the beginning stages of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)
The Salute to Recovery program was created with these unique challenges
in mind and is dedicated to military veterans whose lives
have changed and become unmanageable due to substance use disorder,
post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), and other mental health issues.

Please call us at 866-605-3022 for additional information or admissions.


VETS provides resources, research, and advocacy to improve the quality of life for U.S. combat veterans and their families.

VETS intends to change the landscape of Veteran healthcare by finding meaningful, alternative solutions for mild traumatic brain injury (mTBI) and post-traumatic stress (PTS).

Integrity, Leadership, Compassion, Action

Pillars of VETS:
Resources – Providing grants for foundational healing + coaching.
Research – Making it our goal that each grant recipient be part of dedicated, scientific research.
Advocacy -Shedding light on root-cause issues, changing the narrative, and proving the efficacy of these modalities.


Debbie Lee founded America’s Might Warriors, after her son Marc was the first Navy SEAL killed in Iraq on August 2, 2006.

In Marc’s Last Letter Home, he asked for friends and family to “pass on the love and kindness and precious gift of human life”.

Since then, America’s Mighty Warriors has been fighting to support our troops, the fallen and their families and to work with like-minded to do the same.

America’s Mighty Warriors works hard to advocate for our troops, provides respite retreats, funds HBOT, and conducts Random Acts of Kindness to ensure that they are acknowledged for their sacrifices.



In Honor of CTR1 Michael StrangeThe Michael Strange Foundation will provide unconditional support and services to the families of recently fallen service members by professionals in several fields and also by those who have suffered similar losses so that the healing process can begin. It is our experience that there is an overwhelming outpouring of support initially, but it is the following months that are the most difficult when the ceremonies fade away and there is a lack of people who truly understand what it means to suffer such a devastating and traumatic loss.


The Mighty Oaks Foundation is committed to serving the brokenhearted by providing intensive peer-based discipleship through a series of programs, outpost meetings, and speaking events. Our Mighty Oaks Warrior Programs hosts such Men, Women, and Marriage Advance Programs at multiple locations nationwide. The Warriors who attend are fully sponsored for training, meals, and lodging needs to ensure that upon arrival to the ranch, each Warrior is focused solely on his or her recovery and identifying purpose moving forward.


The Travis Manion Foundation (TMF) is a nonprofit organization focused on empowering veterans and families of the fallen. TMF offers customized opportunities that enable veterans and families of the fallen to take the next step in their journeys and accomplish their personal or professional goals.


In Honor of SOC Aaron Vaughn. Operation 300 is a registered 501(c)3 not for profit organization that hosts adventure camps for children who have lost their fathers as a result of military service. The camps provide an opportunity to participate in activities that embody the spirit of adventure that characterized the lives of their absent fathers while fostering a culture of courage, strength, freedom, endurance, honor and godly morality embodied by fearless patriots throughout the history of our American Republic.


Gold Star Teen Adventures provides unique summer adventure opportunities for Gold Star Youth. The purpose of the programs is to provide healing, mentorship, development, and opportunity to the children of special operations Service Members who lost their lives in the line of duty. The program is for family members of fallen United States military special operations service members, consisting of Army Special Forces (Green Berets), Army Rangers (75th Ranger Regiment), the 160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment, 95th Civil Affairs Brigade, 4th MISOC, Navy Small Boat Teams, Navy SEALs, Air Force Combat Controllers, Air Force rotary and fixed wing squadrons, and Marine Corps special operations personnel.


Your Grateful Nation is an IRS-approved Public Charity (IRS # 46-2657728) dedicated to supporting U.S. combat veterans and their families during and after their transition from the military to civilian life. The organization’s initial focus is to serve exclusively the Special Operations community, and associated personnel, who have faced combat and high-risk missions. Services and grants provided vary by case but include employment transition services, paid internships, cooperative education and family stabilization support.


The Marcus Institute for Brain Health (MIBH) at the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus is a clinical care and research institute for Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) and Psychological Health (PH) conditions such as post-traumatic stress, depression and anxiety.  Our mission is to deliver comprehensive care, conduct focused research, and export knowledge to benefit military Veterans,  Retired athletes, their families, health care professionals, and society.  At the MIBH, we strive to advance training, educational and research activities in support of our clinical care model.