The premise behind  Warrior Spirit Project™ (WSP) is that a broken spirit can be more harmful than a broken body. We believe that Post Traumatic Stress (PTS) is not a disorder to be managed, but is an injury receptive to healing. We take a holistic, evidence-based approach that helps restore the soul and strengthen the spirit of veterans and first responders with PTS and/or TBI (Traumatic Brain Injury.)

  • Steady Warriors™:  Trauma-sensitive yoga and iRest© meditation classes for veterans and first responders of all ages, capabilities, status (active, discharged, retired, reserve) and service histories.  This could provide an opportunity for healing in a safe community of peers.
  • Pit Bull Partners Rescue Mission™:  Support dog program that trains rescued pit bulls as companion and emotional support dogs for at-risk veterans and first responders.  Participatory training and bonding with these dogs could be a suffering vet’s first step out of isolation.
  • GOOD to GrOw™:   Community gardens, farmers’ markets, and dog-friendly spiritual formation opportunities, to provide safe and purposeful community-building venues that encourage and support reintegration into civilian life.

Paracord Bracelets

Like the human spirit, paracord is strong, resilient, and flexible. This paracord bracelet is worn to honor and encourage our veterans and first responders as a symbol of re-connection… to soul, spirit, family, friends, and community.


PsychArmor Veteran Ready Organization Certification

Organizations that serve Veterans nation-wide have been utilizing PsychArmor’s educational platform to ensure their staff and volunteers are better prepared to interact with the Military-Veteran Community.


Warrior Spirit Project is incorporated in the State of Texas as a 501(c)(3) Not-for-Profit organization. WSP's federal identification number for donations is 81-2400363


  • Mailing Address

    P.O. Box 4115
    Cedar Hill 75106

  • Shipping Address

    475 FM1382 #4115
    Cedar Hill, TX 75104-9998

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