Neurofeedback Colorado Springs and the Headstrong Project have joined forces to offer our post 9/11 veterans neurofeedback services free of cost
Cost-free, bureaucracy-free, and stigma-free treatment for the hidden wounds of war
After returning from service in the United States Marine Corps about a decade ago, Zach Iscol noticed that his fellow veterans were struggling with caring for their mental health due to lack of access to care, and inability to deal with psychological stress.
In 2012, he founded Headstrong, in partnership with Weill Cornell Medical College, one of the nation’s leading mental health care centers. With the help and direction of top clinicians in the country, Headstrong developed a comprehensive treatment program for post 9/11 veterans dealing with PTSD, Military Sexual Trauma, addiction, anxiety and depression, trauma, grief and loss, and anger management.
Headstrong has identified the barriers already in place and, in a true military fashion, came up with effective solutions for eliminating them — by putting funding directly into the care of the veterans. Headstrong has eliminated hurdles that patients experience with existing programs by providing cost-free assistance with experienced clinicians and individualized care without the wait time and extensive forms.
Committed to veteran mental health care we have treated over 600 veterans, helping them regain their mental fitness.
To access these services through Neurofeedback Colorado Springs, please visit; http://getheadstrong.org/get-help/. You will be directed to fill out a contact form and and Headstrong will contact you within 48 hours to get you set up.