OUR MISSION IS TO ANNIHILATE
"Operator Syndrome", commonly treated throughout our special forces community, is defined as damage to the body and pituitary gland and is a result of exposure to concussive blast waves. Symptoms include:
challenges of the transition from military to civilian life
memory, concentration, and cognitive impairments
suicide (i.e. suicidal thoughts and tendencies)
traumatic brain injury effects
obstructive sleep apnea
chronic joint/back pain
anger; worry, rumination, and stress reactivity
marital, family, and community dysfunction
common existential issues
vestibular and vision impairments
Our events are unique. We choose to keep them very intimate and intentional with who attends and how we choose to fundraise. We want to honor those who choose to take the time to support our tight knit special ops community. At all events we have a lot of our brothers engage alongside us and are eager to thank you for your support. We love food, good people and blowing stuff up, so thats pretty much sums 0ur events up!
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SOF VETERANS UNDERGOING TREATMENT THOUGH OUR PROGRAM WERE ASKED ABOUT THEIR EXPERIENCE:
99% improved OVERALL HEALTH
93% improved QUALITY OF SLEEP
88% improved COGNITIVE FUNCTION & CLARITY
88% improved symptoms of DEPRESSION
86% improved JOINT PAIN
Among ALL the veteran charity organizations in the United States, Warrior Health Foundation is one of 4% that solely focuses on health and wellness. We believe in restoring the body internally and naturally.
Why we need your help:
The approximate cost per Special Operations Veteran is $5,000/year which is a relatively low cost to help them regain their freedom and we know we can accomplish this with your help.
To empower and equip special operations forces veterans.
Hosting events gives spec ops veterans time to reconnect and reminisce on fun times while building community outside of war.