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Project INVEST

Project INVEST (INjured Veterans Entering Sport Training) was established in 2012 and has served injured, ill and wounded military by offering adaptive sports and activities at various venues and locations through North Texas. We serve disabled military, both active duty and veterans, with a permanent physical/psychological conditions such as amputations, traumatic brain injury, spinal cord injury, visual impairments, and post-traumatic stress disorder.

Pioneer Hall 208EDenton, TX 76204 USA

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Paws for Reflection Ranch

We proudly serve eligible United States military veterans and active duty at no cost. Services are confidential and include Equine Assisted Counseling, Therapeutic Horsemanship Groups,Therapeutic Horseback Riding, and Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing Therapy (EMDR). Services are also available for the veteran spouse and dependents, including Play Therapy and Animal Assisted Therapies for the youngest members of the family.

5431 Montgomery RoadMidlothian, TX 76065 USA

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K9’s for Freedom and Independence

We specialize in PTSD and /or TBI Service Dogs. Our focus is on those persons that have served our country as a US Military Member, Law Enforcement Officer, Fire Fighter, EMS Worker.We are located in the Dallas/Ft Worth area of Texas, we will do a background checks on all applicants, and we do not charge the recipient for a Service Dog.

PO Box 136Collinsville, TX 76233 USA

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Freedom Care Warrior Project

Freedom Care Warrior Project delivers direct support to physically and psychologically injured combat veterans through innovative, outdoor-based therapies and pioneering research. We strive to provide our participants with therapeutic programs which result in measurable and sustainable improvement. These programs are designed to re-enable and re-energize participants and provide the support and self-confidence necessary to maximize long-term recovery. Veterans and families from all armed forces and military eras are eligible.

PO Box 957Graham, TX 76450 USA

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Center for BrainHealth

Works to accelerate recovery from the symptoms of PTSD and Traumatic Brain Injury and assists veterans in getting help and receiving treatment.

2200 W. Mockingbird LaneDallas, TX 75235 USA

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Bent Anchor Ranch Equestrian Therapy

Equestrian therapy program for veterans. Bent Anchor Ranch is part of the EAGALA Network of more than 4,500 Mental Health Professionals and Equine Specialists in 50 countries. EAGALA professionals are trained and credentialed. Horseback therapy programs for veterans, and their families. These programs improve communication and trust, reduce anxiety, teach anger management, help self-confidence and reintegration into the community. They address post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), traumatic brain injury (TBI) and military sexual trauma (MST).

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1626 CR 3201Jacksonville, TX 75766 USA

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Spirit Horse Therapeutic Center

Description & Key Services: Each lesson is taught by an OEF/OIF Iraq War Veteran. There is one on one or Peer1 to Peer to assist with PTSD, MST, TBI and other physical special needs.

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Equine Connection Counseling

Description & Key Services: Free equestrian therapy program for veterans to reconnect with friends, family, and post-war life. Our services address concerns related to post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), anxiety, traumatic brain injury (TBI), and depression.

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UT Dallas (Center for BrainHealth)

The Center for BrainHealth mission is to understand, protect and heal the brain. Our Warrior Training Program educates veterans on keeping the brain healthy and strong against the stresses and challenges of everyday life. Scientific study by cognitive neuroscientists and research clinicians have shown this training to improve strategic thinking, elevate mental energy, and enhance attention and focus.

Contact: Lindsay Campbell, Project Coordinator for Warrior Initiatives, (972) 883-3418 or lindsay.campbell@utdallas.edu

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