Grey Team Testimonials
Real veterans. Real stories of resilience.
-Real veterans. Real stories of resilience.
In May of 2020 during the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, Grey Team commenced Operation Phoenix.
Grey Team’s comprehensive health and wellness programs target the big four invisible wounds: PTSD (Post-traumatic stress disorder), TBI (traumatic brain injury), chronic pain, and self-imposed isolation.
You will hear and see the results of Phase1 and 2 of our innovative program.
Grey Team Testimonial Video - Felix Crosser U.S. Navy Veteran
Melissa Grable Grey Team Testimonial Video - Grey Team Programs And Services
Lance Radford Grey Team Testimonial Video - Air Force Special Forces Transition To Civilian Life
Christian Moreno Grey Team Testimonial Video - Veteran Health and Wellness Program
Lisa Browne Banic Grey Team Testimonial Video
Grey Team Testimonial Video Luis Martinez U S Marine Corps Vietnam Veteran
Tyler Wells Testimonial- Healing Veteran's and Their Families
Grey Team's "Operation Phoenix" - Life-Saving Veteran Wellness Services
How A Former Naval Academy Officer Over Came PTSD and Depression - Music Saved My Soul
How An Army Veteran Overcame A Severe Traumatic Brain Injury - Grey Team Testimonial Video
Why I had To Change My Life Grey team Testimonial
The Ripple Effect | How the Afghanistan Withdrawal Affected Those Who Served | Veteran 2.0 Episode 2
Grey Team currently in Phase 3, a 24-month collaborative program that commenced on January 1, 2020.
During this phase, we’re rigorously testing our hypotheses, optimizing our process, and investing in both technology and human talent.
Additionally, 87% of veterans who participated in Phase 2 of our program have been trained to become official members of “The Grey Team” a group of mentors and advocates for preventing veteran suicide.
How You Can Help
A tremendous amount of money is needed to provide our nation’s heroes the care they so richly deserve.
Your generous, tax-deductible donation to Grey Team will change the lives of hundreds of veterans affected by the invisible wounds they sustained during their service to our country.