To facilitate customized treatment for veterans and retired pro athletes with unseen traumatic injuries from the field, including TBI, Anxiety, Depression, PTSD, Transition, Addiction and Suicide prevention. 

Whether on the field of play or battlefield, every hit takes a toll and many end their careers suffering in silence. Through our vetted resources, After The Impact provides a clear path to healing for these individuals and their families. Bringing communities together, our path helps create new skills, mend relationships, and generate a renewed sense of purpose.

ATI also provides independent and trusted resources to veterans and players’ families, in addition to one-on-one support from other family members who have similar experiences.




  • The U.S. Department of Veteran Affairs reported in July 2016 that veterans averaged 20 suicides per day
  • In 2014, more than 7,400 veterans took their own lives, accounting for 18% of all suicides in America
  • Veterans make up less than 9% of the U.S. population
  • 138,197 deployed service members diagnosed with Post-Traumatic Stress from 2000 to 2015
  • 347,962 military service members diagnosed with Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) from 2000 to 2016
  • 10% of Veterans have alcohol or drug issues
  • 2x likely to die from painkiller overdose




  • 90% suffer aches and pain on a daily basis
  • 90% suffered concussion while playing
  • 40% joint replacement surgery
  • 83% orthopedic surgery
  • 52% retired players used opiates (71% of them met the criteria for misuse)
  • 20% abusing alcohol (2x more likely to abuse alcohol)


  • 79% jockeys had at least one concussion (25% had four or more)
  • Study revealed that 57.1% of professional jockeys showed signs of depression
  • 1-in-5 injuries (18.8%) was to the jockey’s head or neck


  • 59% of the former players reported problems with depression, anxiety, alcohol and substance abuse
  • Concussions have been reported to account for 2-14% of all hockey injuries and 15-30% of all hockey head injuries




    “If it were not for After The Impact and how organized they are, with the reach that they have, 2 of my guys might not be alive. They have the capability with their system to flawlessly make things happen in situations that time matters like no other foundation can.”

    — Veteran

    “Because when I thought there was no help for me I found After The Impact.”

    — Retired NFL

    “My daughter, my family, and I are so very grateful to After the Impact. We did not know who to turn to for assistance. ATI provided everything we had prayed for. THANK YOU!!!  God bless all of you.”

    — Jockey Family

    After the Impact, Inc. (“ATI”) is a Delaware nonprofit corporation recognized by the IRS with federal tax-exempt status as a public charity under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code (Tax ID #81-0871670).  Contributions to ATI are tax-deductible to the fullest extent of the law.