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Mission 22 and Full Spectrum Health have partnered to create the Warrior Integration Now (WIN) program. This is a twelve month program with the goal to eliminate or reduce the symptoms of trauma. It does this by addressing the underlying physiological and psychological imbalances. By the end of the program you will feel calmer in your body and more connected to those around you. 

When you change your physiology you change your psychology. When you change your psychology you change the way you see the world and your place in it. When you change that, you change the mission that drives you. WIN is a one year program that teaches veterans warrior/leader skills to re-establish their transformational role in their families and communities. The method works through balancing hormone and brain chemical imbalances, creating greater alignment with your authentic self. To support this change, key skills of self mastery are taught for greater engagement with heart and mind. 

You will start by having an extensive lab test done to see what is going on on a physiological level. You then meet with the doctor and together will create a personalized twelve month program that is geared specifically for you. Labs can be done where you live and all appointments with the Dr. can be done remotely if you are not local to the Chicago area. This program is all at zero cost to you.



Mission 22 has officially partnered with Amare to provide free mental wellness supplements to combat veteran, those injured in training who therefor could not deploy or those affected by MST. These supplements have been clinically proven to alleviate tensions, fatigue, confusion and anger by more than 40%. All veterans who are interested in applying for this new Mission 22 program please contact us now!

Mission 22 and The Warriors Way Rock Climbing Program

The Warrior’s Way® and Mission 22® are partnering to provide rock climbing mental training programs for veterans and their families to diminish veteran suicide rates and build resilient families. Our first event will be in Oregon in August. Signups for new trips will open in the fall of 2019. Please contact us now if you are interesting in learning more about this program.


Crossfit, Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, and Judo Sponsorships

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Our treatment programs are made better when veterans are also involved in great communities like Crossfit or BJJ. We offer three month sponsorships to gyms for any veteran in our program who qualifies and has a financial hardship need. As well as stand alone gym sponsorships to veterans who are not able to afford them.

If you or someone you know needs help funding training or if your gym wants to become a partner gym, please contact us.

Hyper vigilance is very hard to control. But it can be controlled. My advice, bring your family and friends in on it. Share your fears. And then move to conquer them. I once carried an imaginary rifle through a grocery store aisle when a muffler backfired in the parking lot. My fiancé noticed and actually had a calming, funny reaction to me doing it, because she understood me and my situation. And know this: It might not be the right time to go out in public today and that’s ok, but make a commitment to yourself and get out there when the time is right for you.
— Magnus Johnson

Mission 22 Partner Programs

Boulder Crest is committed to improving the physical, emotional, spiritual, and economic wellbeing of our nation's military, veterans, first responders, and their family members. Our programs ensure they have the opportunity to live lives of passion, purpose, and service at home. They deliver free, short-duration, high-impact programs based on the science of post traumatic growth. Programs are available for individuals (male and female), couples, families, caregivers and Gold Star families. To learn more about their programs you can visit their website or reach out to Mission 22 for more information.


Hope for the Warriors believe those touched by military service can succeed at home by restoring their sense of self, family, and hope. Nationally, Hope For The Warriors provides comprehensive support programs for service members, veterans, and military families that are focused on transition, health and wellness, peer engagement, and connections to community resources.


Stop Soldier Suicide works 1-on-1 with troops, veterans, and military family members to help navigate the maze of services, programs, and assistance available. Their team works to identify each individual’s specific needs, find the right resources to meet those needs, and provide continued support and personalized case management for 24 months.


K9s For Warriors is the nation’s largest provider of service dogs to military veterans suffering from Post-traumatic Stress Disability, traumatic brain injury and/or military sexual trauma as a result of military service post-9/11. Their program is unique, and no other organization operates quite like K9s For Warriors. Every warrior that walks through the door is family. They provide them with a service canine, equipment, training, certification, seminars, legal instruction, vet care, housing, home cooked meals, unconditional love and listening, and life-time of wrap-around services (including available life-long healthcare and food for their dogs). The K9s program is 100% free for veterans who enter their program.


Save A Warrior is an innovative, evidence-based program that provides a powerful healing experience for Active Duty Military, Veterans, and First Responders who are suffering from Post-Traumatic Stress. To learn more about their visit their website.


For 45 years, National Center for Equine Facilitated Therapy (NCEFT) has been a special place where horses, hope and healing converge and transformation begins. NCEFT is dedicated to helping children, adults and military Veterans reach beyond their boundaries through equine-assisted therapies, education, and research. NCEFT provides clinical hippotherapy, adaptive horseback riding, and Veteran and special-education school programs that measurably rehabilitate a patient’s quality of life.


The Mighty Oaks Foundation is committed to serving the brokenhearted by providing intensive peer-based discipleship through a series of programs, outpost meetings, and speaking events. The Mighty Oaks Warrior Programs hosts such Men, Women, Mentorship and Marriage Advance Programs at multiple locations nationwide. The Warriors who attend are fully sponsored for training, meals, and lodging needs to ensure that upon arrival to the ranch, each Warrior is focused solely on his or her recovery and identifying purpose moving forward.

There are so many things I would have missed out on if I didn’t force myself to participate. If I hadn’t gone out to the restaurant, I wouldn’t be in an amazing relationship right now. If I didn’t seek out art instruction, I wouldn’t have a company that now does national art projects. And this is coming from a guy who once spent three weeks in his house alone, in bed. It takes time, but you have to push yourself to succeed.
— Magnus Johnson


The Travis Mills Foundation supports combat injured veterans and their families through long term programs that help these heroic men and women overcome physical obstacles, strengthen their families, and provide well-deserved rest and relaxation. The Travis Mills Foundation created a fully accessible retreat for combat injured veterans and their families. The retreat is uniquely designed, fully accessible comfortable lodge for relaxation, adaptive sports and family recreation.

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Doose Outfitters Ministry

We use hunting as the platform in the healing process of America's Hero's.They are a 501(c)(3) recognized non-profit. They  share the message of their faith by giving their testimony and making sure that each and every guest receives a Bible to take home with them. Doose Outfitters is located south of Mitchell Nebraska on the beautiful North Platte River.


Operation Tohidu  – helps veterans and active-duty military cope with the invisible wounds of post-traumatic stress (PTS), and traumatic brain injury, including PTS related to military sexual trauma.  Tohidu, a word meaning peace of mind, body, and spirit, lives out its name’s promise through retreats in the Maryland countryside. The experiential rehabilitation program focuses on confidence building, outdoor activities, and group discussion.  Click the link below to learn more about this program. 

The Elk Institute for Psychological Health & Performance is a non profit 501(c)3 that was established to provide individual and group education, consultation, treatment, and clinical research service to the military and veteran community locally, nationally and internationally. The Elk Institute is based in Tampa, Florida but provides remote on-site services around the globe.


Give an Hour’s mission is to develop national networks of volunteer professionals capable of responding to both acute and chronic conditions that arise within our society. Since 2005 they have focused on providing free and confidential mental health care to those who serve, our veterans, and their families. You can be seen as often as needed, for as long as needed at zero cost to you or your family. 


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