Our Most Frequent Questions and Answers
Mission Transition welcomes like-minded individuals to join our cause in helping our Active duty military, honorably discharged veterans and first responders fight and win the battle against PTSD. We ask anyone who wishes to help us fulfill our mission to help our Nation’s Heroes, contact us for more details.
Mission Transition prides itself by giving 100% of its net proceeds to support our Nation’s Heroes.
Mission Transition at Campo Rio Ranch
PTSD support groups can host one-day events for free! Contact Us to learn how.
Mission Transition is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) foundation which receives its funding from like-minded individuals, businesses and communities that help us support our Heroes and their recovery needs, due to the generosity of our supporters while at Mission Transition our visiting Heroes have no expenses.
Active duty military, honorably discharged veterans and first responders clinically diagnosed with PTSD and are under the care of a medical facility or the supervision of a clinician.
Active duty military, honorably discharged veterans and first responders who have been diagnosed with PTSD while serving. Other contributing factors such as family reintegration timeline, availability and medical authorization by attending clinician are also considerations.
Currently we can accommodate up to two families per day based on family size, available space, volunteers and staff members. Mission Transition is currently conducting fundraising in an effort to build cabins to be used by our visiting Heroes.
Mission Transition is located on a private hill country ranch of one of its sponsors, where there are no paved roads or walkways. The property’s terrain, trails and roads consist of grass, dirt and rock surfaces. None of the facilities, surrounding areas, walkways, trails, river banks, private parks, roads or any other part of the property are ADA compliant and in some cases may be dangerous. Therefore, The property owner requires that all guests sign an acknowledgment of hazardous conditions and waiver of liability prior to arriving at Mission Transition.
While at Mission Transition our guests and families are encouraged to spend as much quality time together to promote a renewed sense of bonding while learning and understanding their needs. The Mission Transition volunteers help us offer a comprehensive, tailored schedule and itinerary that provides therapeutic and quality time for individuals and families.
At Mission Transition, our goal is to help our active duty military, veterans and first responders and their families heal and strengthen the bond between them.
Camp Transition is not a licensed clinical facility or medical provider. Our Heroes and their family members volunteer to visit Mission Transition under the guidance and approval of their medical facility and or clinicians’ guidance and approval. It’s important for our Heroes and their families to be aware that it may take several hours for emergency medical aid and other services to arrive on property if the need arises.
At Mission Transition we strive to emphasize family unity and work toward keeping our recovering Heroes and their family members together as much as possible for a one or two day stay.
While at Mission Transition our Heroes are provided meals, supervised activities and, most importantly encouraged to spend as much time as possible with their family members.