July 12, 2022: Rep. Dan Crenshaw (R-TX) testified in support of amendments to promote psychedelic therapy research for active duty military service members. Rep. Crenshaw highlighted the story of VETS co-founder Marcus Capone, who credits psychedelic therapy with saving his life and bringing his family back together.
U.S. Navy SEAL veteran Nick Norris shares the story of how psychedelic therapy helped him reignite his passion for climbing and physical pursuits, restore his connection with his family, and give him a second chance at appreciating life.
VETS provides resources, research, and advocacy for U.S. military veterans seeking treatment with psychedelic-assisted therapies.Learn About Our Work
VETS was founded in 2019 by Marcus and Amber Capone in response to the growing veteran healthcare and suicide crises. Marcus, a retired Navy SEAL, left the military in 2013 after multiple combat deployments. Marcus and Amber soon realized that the subsequent years would be wrought with escalating hardships, misdiagnoses, a broken veteran healthcare system, and desperation to find a meaningful solution before it was too late.Our Story
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