Our mission is to empower veterans to live more fulfilled lives by treating the root causes of Traumatic Brain Injuries(TBI), Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) & Depression.

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Diagnostics First

QSPECT (quantitative single-photon emission computed tomography) is a type of nuclear imaging test that uses a radioactive substance and a special camera to create 3D pictures of the brain. QSPECT technology can see what traditional imaging like MRI often misses. By looking at how the brain functions through qSPECT brain imaging, CereScan helps provide new information so you can receive a more targeted treatment plan.

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Before treatment, patients should adhere to treatment requirements and make the lifestyle modifications needed to maximize the healing process. Be sure to disclose all active prescriptions to providers prior to treatment. It is required to abstain from alcohol and tobacco consumption during treatment in order to maximize the healing process and limit oxidative stress on... Read more »

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Returning home from war is no easy feat. The feeling of relief we may assume is there… is not. The dark memories from last week, last month, or last year… they linger. In fact, coming home can be the most challenging, even more so, than the war itself. For veterans suffering from depression, post-traumatic stress... Read more »

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Your donations make it possible for a veteran in need to get the help they deserve. Whether it be a reoccurring monthly donation, one time donation, or volunteer support with our programs, we are all looking to help provide solutions.

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Progress as of 12.23.19

Raised Over
Over $100,000

from our generous donors and corporate sponsors.

Completed full treatment protocol on our first three patients.



Regis alumnus’ nonprofit gains $100,000 in backing to help veterans

A nonprofit that serves military veterans and launched at Regis University has received a $100,000 cash infusion from a veteran injured by a roadside bomb. Eric Stoneking, an Air Force bomb technician who was physically injured in Iraq by a roadside bomb in 2006, has donated $100,000 to help the Invictus Project further its research... Read more »

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