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September 12, 2022

Travis Mills Foundation opens its new health and wellness veterans retreat

Travis Mills Foundation Travis and Kelsey Mills, founders of the Travis Mills Foundation, which helps veterans and their families.

The Travis Mills Foundation held a ribbon-cutting ceremony to celebrate its new health and wellness veterans' retreat in Rome.

The new 9,800-square-foot, $7 million facility will expand programming to 40 weeks per year. The Travis Mills Foundation Retreat is at 1002 Watson Pond Road in Rome.

The Travis Mills Foundation offers support to post-9/11 veterans and their families. 

Since 2017, the foundation has hosted more than 100 weeks of programming at its retreat, serving 627 veterans, 724 families, and 2,087 people from 46 states and Canada. 

The foundation's programming provides family fun and togetherness for veterans and their families. Programming offers tools and skills needed to for a healthy recovery.

"This new center will allow our veterans to learn how to use mainstream fitness equipment in a safe, non-judgmental environment and then take those skills home with them and join their local gyms or work out at home, therefore staying healthy long after their visits to the Travis Mills Foundation Veterans Retreat," said Kelly Roseberry, COO at the Travis Mills Foundation.

The center includes an indoor pool, massage rooms, fitness rooms, and state-of-the-art workout equipment. 

"The indoor pool is not only going to be great for those chilly winter days during programming, but for a veteran amputee, water is the ultimate equalizer," said Roseberry. "It brings relief to their bodies, and it allows them to interact with their families on a level playing field."


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