The Brian Bill Foundation offers the latest therapeutic techniques for warriors suffering from combat post traumatic stress, mild traumatic brain injury and chronic pain in a unique 4-day format that unites eight active and/or former special operators with professional counselors, utilizing the latest methods and therapies. This team-centric approach, made up of those who share common backgrounds and experience, is a key to the success of the program, as is the fact that participation is confidential.
The Brian Bill Foundation pays for all of the expenses of the program for each participant, including airfare, room, meals, treatment and therapies.
The Foundation was established to honor the memory of Navy SEAL Brian R. Bill, a member of Naval Special Warfare Development Group, and all of his fellow Special Operations Warriors who have died in service to their nation since the onset of hostilities after 9/11/2001.
Special Operations Forces play a significant role in U.S. military operations and, in recent years, have been given greater responsibility for planning and conducting worldwide counterterrorism operations. U.S. Special Operations Command (USSOCOM) has about 70,000 Active Duty, National Guard, and reserve personnel from all 4 services and Department of Defense civilians assigned to it's headquarters.