Operation Save Our Soldiers (OPSOS) is proud to sponsor professionally-led military and veteran retreats in Florida, with plans to expand to other parts of the U.S. in 2021. The retreats provide an intensive program for long-lasting healing and freedom from the effects of post-traumatic stress dis-order.
Trauma or highly emotional experiences not only impact the mind but also the body, which are most effectively addressed through the experiential Rapid Resolution Therapy treatments integrated into the Retreats. The tools and therapy received reach beyond the standard protocol of psychotherapy and medications to provide innovative treatments, combined with time-proven alternative approaches, shown to be effective among today’s military community.
AT THE RETREAT...
While at the retreat, veterans experience Rapid Resolution Therapy, equine therapy, along with other mind, body and spirit modalities including Combat Conscious Yoga, breath work and meditation, holistic nutrition, acupuncture, massage therapy and other body work.
In addition, veterans experience personal bonding and team building experiences to draw on inherent strengths for growth moving forward.
AFTER THE RETREAT...
Following the Retreat, veterans are paired with a trained coached who is also a combat veteran to continue to get the support they need and implement the powerful changes from the Retreat once they return home.
100% of your donation goes to directly sponsoring a veteran to get the help they need at the Warrior Retreat.
Soldiers pay nothing for their travel, attendance, and help they receive at the Retreat - which means we need your help from time to time.
Please click the button below to help sponsor a veteran today...
Operation Save Our Soldiers, Inc. (OPSOS) is a registered 501(C)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to ending the effects of combat-related PTSD for America's brave warriors.
OPSOS's Federal ID Number for donations is 83-4680018.
OPSOS is not a crisis organization. If you or someone you know is in immediate crisis and need to speak with someone now, please call 911, proceed to the nearest Emergency Room, or call (800) 273-8255 and Press 1 to speak with the Veteran's Crisis department of the Suicide Prevention Lifeline.
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