Healing Arizona Veterans Success Stories

Who We Are

We pay to treat veterans suffering from TBI and PTSD conditions utilizing HBOT and supplementary therapies, at private facilities funded by private-public partnership.

Healing Arizona Veterans (HAV) is a a non-profit 501C3 corporation with the focus on helping Arizona veterans, and others as appropriate, suffering from TBI (Traumatic Brain Injury) and/or PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder) to heal. HAV pays to treat veterans at private facilities in Arizona, by providing HBOT (Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy) supported by nutrient optimization and adjunctive therapies to help the healing process. The grassroots volunteer organization, founded in 2014, is dedicated to helping our veterans to heal from their TBI/PTSD conditions suffered during wartime. 

Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HBOT) is treatment that is provided when a patient sits inside a chamber, under pressure that is greater than atmospheric pressure (typically for neurological conditions that is 1.5 ata or one-half atmospheres above ambient pressure) and patients breathe 100% medical oxygen. Typical treatment time spent in the chamber for recovery from TBI is one hour under pressure. Read More…


HAV Latest News

Give Local Tucson selects Healing Arizona Veterans “Charity of the Month” for November 2018

Give Local Tucson, selects Healing Arizona Veterans charity of the month for November 2018 This month’s Give Local Tucson partner is “Healing Arizona Veterans”. They’re treating veterans suffering from TBI and PTSD conditions utilizing hyperbaric oxygen therapy and supplemental therapies at two privately owned and operated, six-person HBOT chamber locations, one in Tucson ( NorthStar Hyperbaric ) and another in Cave Creek ( HBOT of Arizona ).

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As a 501(c)(3) organization, contributions to Healing Arizona Veterans (HAV) are tax-deductible against Federal income. Immediately show your support by making a donation today, and help make a difference in veterans’ lives.