Giving life-changing treatment to heroes to win the war against Traumatic Brain Injuries



What actually happens to you, your family, and your future when you have one or multiple Traumatic Brain Injuries (TBIs)?

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SYNOPSIS: This mini documentary by director Nick Cavalier follows Andrew Marr, a medically retired Special Forces Green Beret, on an in-depth look at the silent affects of TBI’s, the road to recovery, and organizations making a real difference.


We believe in doing the right thing, not for promise of reward or fear of punishment, but because it’s the right thing to do. Warrior Angels Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization founded and run by Combat Veterans.

  • To inspire and empower bold action
  • To challenge the status quo
  • To offer superior alternatives
  • To Free the Medically Oppressed Until There Are None

Warrior Angels Foundation provides a personalized assessment and treatment protocol, which pinpoints – and, more importantly, treats – the underlying condition for U.S. Military Service Members and Veterans who have sustained a Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) while in the line of duty.

FINANCIAL DONATIONS: Help Us Reach Our Fundraising Goal
The cost to treat one person for the first year is only $5,000. By contributing online now, you’ll help us reach our fundraising goal of $5,000,000 and fund the treatment for the brave men and women who so selflessly served our country, and have qualified for the program – any amount helps.

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Why do TBIs matter?

339,462 — The number of service members diagnosed with a Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) between 2000 - Q3 2015.1

1 in 3 — The number of troops returning from service experiencing severe Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) symptoms.2

5.3 Million — The number of Americans living with a long-term disability as a result of a Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI).3

Up to 50% — The percentage of Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) patients who will develop a major mental disorder after diagnosis.3

Data Sources:

  • 1 — Defense and Veterans Brain Injury Center. DoD Worldwide Numbers for TBI. Retrieved February 24, 2016 from this page.
  • 2 — PTSD Foundation Of America. What is PTSD? [The Statistics]. Retrieved February 24, 2016 from this page.
  • 3 — Cohen Veterans Bioscience. Traumatic Brain Injury. Retrieved February 24, 2016 from this page.

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