Mission 22 partners with a number of other organizations in the fight to stop the Veteran suicide crisis. Here’s a list of our current partner programs:
Stop Soldier Suicide works one-on-one with troops, Veterans, and military family members to help navigate the maze of services, programs, and assistance available. Their team works to identify each individual’s specific needs, find the right resources to meet those needs, and provide continued support and personalized case management for 24 months, including mental health support, alternative therapies, resources, referrals, education, and training.
USA Cares helps restore financial stability and self-sufficiency by giving “a hand up.” They strive to reach families at the earliest stage of intervention to prevent further financial distress and suffering, especially for the combat-injured and their families. USA Cares exists to help bear the burdens of service by providing post-9/11 military families with financial and advocacy support in their time of need.
All Secure Foundation addresses challenges that our Veterans face post-service. Whether it be a fractured marriage, PTSD/TBI, depression, physical challenges, or lack of purpose, they offer the resources to reconstruct a life of purpose, empowerment, and giving back. They offer scholarships for Veterans and their families to offset the costs of treatment programs as we partner with vetted non-profit organizations.
Green Beret Foundation provides direct and continuous health and wellness support to the U.S. Army’s Special Forces and their families. They also facilitate the transition of Green Berets from active duty to the civilian world, providing them with a focused, relevant, collaborative, and secure environment.
Boulder Crest is committed to improving the physical, emotional, spiritual, and economic wellbeing of our nation’s military, Veterans, first responders, and their family members. They deliver free, short-duration, high-impact programs based on the science of post-traumatic growth. Programs are available for individuals (male and female), couples, families, caregivers, and Gold Star families.
Hope For The Warriors believes those touched by military service can succeed at home by restoring their sense of self, family, and hope. Nationally, Hope For The Warriors provides comprehensive support programs for service members, Veterans, and military families that are focused on transition, health and wellness, peer engagement, and connections to community resources.
K9s For Warriors provides service dogs to Veterans suffering from PTS, TBI, and/or MST as a result of military service post-9/11. Free of charge, they provide them with a service canine, equipment, training, certification, seminars, legal instruction, vet care, housing, home-cooked meals, unconditional love and listening, and a lifetime of wrap-around services, including healthcare and food for their dogs.
National Center for Equine Facilitated Therapy (NCEFT) is dedicated to helping children, adults and military Veterans reach beyond their boundaries through equine-assisted therapies, education, and research. NCEFT provides clinical hippotherapy, adaptive horseback riding, and Veteran and special-education school programs that measurably rehabilitate a patient’s quality of life.
The Mighty Oaks Foundation provides intensive peer-based programs for Veterans, active service members, and their spouses, and uses instructional sessions, camaraderie, and team-building activities to transition from trauma to a life of purpose. The programs are available at multiple locations nationwide, and the Warriors who attend are fully sponsored for training, meals, and lodging needs to ensure that they are focusing solely on his or her recovery and identifying purpose moving forward.
Warfighter Outfitters Inc. serves our nation’s Veterans through free-of-charge guiding and outfitting adventures like fishing and hunting trips. Their goal is to not only offer unforgettable adventures, but to bring back some of the esprit de corps they all knew from their time in service, and to create the friendships that can be critical to those that served.
The Travis Mills Foundation supports combat-injured Veterans and their families through long-term programs that help these heroic men and women overcome physical obstacles, strengthen their families, and provide well-deserved rest and relaxation. The Veteran and their families receive a free, all-inclusive, barrier-free retreat in Maine, where they participate in adaptive activities, bond with other Veteran families, and enjoy much-needed rest and relaxation.
Doose Outfitters Ministry combines outside hunting adventures with case managers and counselors to create a platform in the healing process of America’s Heroes. Doose Outfitters Ministry is located south of Mitchell, Nebraska on the beautiful North Platte River.
Melwood’s Operation Tohidu helps Veterans and active-duty military cope with the invisible wounds of PTS and TBI, including PTS related to military sexual trauma. Tohidu means “peace of mind, body, and spirit” and lives out its name’s promise through retreats in the Maryland countryside, focusing on confidence building, outdoor activities, and group discussion.
The Elk Institute for Psychological Health & Performance provides individual and group education, consultation, treatment, and clinical research service to the military and Veteran community locally, nationally, and internationally. They specialize in PTS in the military population but is also equipped to address general psychological health issues.
Give an Hour’s mission is to develop national networks of volunteer professionals capable of responding to both acute and chronic conditions that arise within our society. They focus on providing free and confidential mental health care to those who serve, our Veterans, and their families. Participants can be seen as often and for as long as needed, at zero cost to them or their families.
Consumer Education Services, Inc. (CESI) is committed to empowering and inspiring consumers nationwide to become debt-free. They offer Veterans free financial assessments, including a free budget analysis and action plan for addressing their debt. There is no obligation to enroll, but CESI will waive the one-time activation fee for those who choose to enroll in a CESI debt management plan. The dedicated toll-free number for Mission 22 callers is 877-875-0869.