Welcome to Warrior Angels


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.

Why do TBIs matter?

post TBI diagnosis mental disorders

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

long-term disability statistics resulting from TBIs

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

TBI diagnosis statistics

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

PTSD statistics

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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