Attend a Retreat

Lone Survivor Foundation’s provides a progression of retreat offerings, starting with the Individual/Service Member retreat, followed by a Couples retreat and concluding with a Family retreat. Separate retreats for Care Partners are also available. Our program is designed to serve America’s wounded service members along with their families as a unit. LSF retreats are conducted by an experienced team of Behavioral Consultants and Equine Specialists who emphasize the use of Equine Assisted Learning (EAL) using the EAGALA model, neurofeedback, combat trauma specific yoga, and other cutting edge modalities geared toward improving quality of life. We empower our retreat attendees with the skills and resources necessary to create a plan for their continued recovery after the retreat. We serve all branches and backgrounds.

For questions regarding a retreat, please contact our Program Team via email:

To begin your application, please complete the retreat eligibility questions below –

Have you been exposed to a blast, concussion or other head injury that currently causes you symptoms?
Symptoms may include headaches, dizziness, tiredness, trouble sleeping, memory problems, trouble putting thoughts into words, depression, anger outbursts, anxiety, and personality changes.

Do you experience any symptoms of Post Traumatic Stress (PTS)?
Symptoms may include reliving traumatic events through nightmares or flashbacks, avoiding situations that remind you of a traumatic event, negative changes in beliefs and feelings, feeling jittery, angry or irritable.

Do you experience chronic pain?
Chronic pain can be defined as pain that exists for three or more months and does not respond to treatment.

Are you a survivor of Military Sexual Trauma (MST)?

Are you the Care Partner (Caregiver) for a wounded veteran/service member?