Camp Resilient believes in the power of partnerships and networks.
The traumas and stress that come from military service come from a variety of sources and it requires just as many different resources to counter them.
This is a list of the partners we have met along the journey to healing that are putting our military community first and finding ways to promote healing.
To honor the legacy of Sergeant Matthew Abbate by providing warriors space to recalibrate inside the wire and skills to thrive outside the wire.
We offer free-of-cost retreats in Big Sky Country for eligible veterans, where they can reconnect with their warrior spirit, foster community through shared interests, and re-discover purpose in service to each other, their families, and their communities.
The mission of Team Red, White & Blue (Team RWB) is to enrich the lives of America’s veterans by connecting them to their community through physical and social activity.
V.O.I.C.E.S. empowers, supports, and renews hope of sexual assault victims through holistic, wellness, and therapeutic support. Allowing them to find their voice, as they take the healing journey from a victim and become a survivor. “There is POWER in your story!”
Workhorse has been involved in the Camp Resilient effort from the start. Their mission: “We’re not in the business of better bodies. We’re in the business of better lives.” Their method: “Our offerings were designed with the intention to strategically guide you through the pillars of a comprehensive wellness program, which includes:
endurance > strength > recovery > nutrition
All of which play a pivotal role in total mind-body wellness.”
Our partnership with Guiding Wellness Institute (GWI) has blossomed with our Program Director, Kelsy Timas, who also serves as CEO/Founder at GWI. Guiding Wellness aims to “serve our community holistically; returning health and balance to our lives, our land, and our local economy.” Their mission: “A national holistic health and wellness company committed to inspiration, education, and connection for the discovery, recovery and maintenance of living in balance.”