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A new study was recently released by the researchers involved with Track-TBI. The Track-TBI studies involve patients with traumatic brain injury wh...

TBI & PTSD

Opening up was difficult at first for Nate McCafferty, but once he did he found empathy from other veterans who understood his struggles.

TBI & PTSD

Nate spent his life helping others but the Boulder Crest program helped him realize that he also needed to help himself. 

TBI & PTSD

Veteran Nate McCafferty felt so much shame after service it spiraled out of control. 

TBI & PTSD

Derrick Harris was so impacted by his experience at Boulder Crest that he started working there so he could help others too.

TBI & PTSD

At Boulder Crest veterans talk constantly, supporting each other and reminding each other of the personal growth they are continuing to make in the...

TBI & PTSD

Before Boulder Crest Derrick was struggling with depression, anger, and thoughts of suicide. For him, the program "literally changed my life."

TBI & PTSD

The Boulder Crest program completely changed his view of PTSD. "It's not what's wrong with you. It's what happened to you."

TBI & PTSD

Veteran Nate McCafferty talks about how alcohol was a way for him to escape the war.

TBI & PTSD

Veteran Nate McCafferty discusses the dangerous intersection of explosive ordinance disposal and traumatic brain injury.

TBI & PTSD

Leaders like veteran Nate McCafferty share their stories and create a safe space full of empathy, not shame.

TBI & PTSD

Retired Marine master sergeant Nate McCafferty shares the story of his first brain injury, and the immediate impact it had on his ability to function.