The War We Fight

The war we fight is not against flesh and blood. For many service members, the war doesn’t end when they come home. The battle continues against an unseen enemy who is attacking their mind and spirit. And in too many cases, the enemy is winning.

Trauma happens to our veterans during combat, but too often, that trauma is compounded by a series of poor decisions upon returning home. It is as if this combat trauma has reduced their spiritual defense systems and left them vulnerable to a myriad of even more dangerous life choices that may lead to addiction, homelessness or even suicide.

Our Model

Our model includes a 12 week course that serves the entire family. Many locations will provide a meal and childcare. After completing our trauma healing course, graduates advance to focus on rebuilding strong character, engaging in healthy community and reclaiming leadership roles. REBOOT upholds the “teach a man to fish” ideal and equips our members to move past REBOOT and live an abundant life. In other words, we know we’ve been successful when our graduates don’t need us anymore.


A Wounded Soul
The Roots of Trauma
A Restored Soul
Stop the Bleeding (Making Wise Decisions)
Be Free (from False Guilt)
The Cost of Unforgiveness
When You’ve Loved and Lost
Depression and Suicide
 Made on Purpose
Going Through the Valley (Moving Forward)
Share Your Story

Our Results

Through REBOOT Combat Recovery, combat veterans and their families are experiencing breakthrough in their war against PTSD. We are building communities of healing where healing is needed most and reaching these veterans during the critical window of time before things go from bad to worse.
We always tell our members that we can’t promise them that their symptoms will improve, but we do promise that they can live a life full of joy and purpose despite their symptoms. Our programs are attended voluntarily and the results speak for themselves.


Dr. Jenny L. Owens, OTD

Founder/Expansion Coordinator
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Dr. Jenny Owens has worked as an occupational therapist with veterans with mild traumatic brain injury (mTBI) and post-traumatic stress (PTS) since 2007. Through her experience at the Warrior Resiliency and Recovery Center at Ft. Campbell, KY Jenny developed an expertise in the evaluation and treatment of the cognitive, visual, and psychosocial sequelae of mTBI and PTS.

During her tenure at Ft. Campbell, she helped developed Ft. Campbell’s Military Functional Assessment Program, the first of its kind in the nation, to collectively assess service members’ ability to perform key job requirements prior to returning them to the front lines.

By 2013, Jenny had shifted her focus from clinical work to engage in a research project exploring cognitive rehabilitation for executive dysfunction among a military mTBI population. As an author, she has contributed to the mTBI Rehabilitation Toolkit (2015), AOTA’s Self Paced Clinical Course for Traumatic Brain Injury, and Occupational Therapy for Physical Dysfunction, 7th ed. (2013).

In 2011, Jenny founded REBOOT Combat Recovery, a non-profit that provides free face-to- face programs to help service members and their families heal from the spiritual wounds of war.

Evan Owens

Executive Director
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Evan Owens currently serves as the Executive Director of REBOOT Combat Recovery. During his tenure as the Executive Director, REBOOT has expanded to over 100 locations around the country. He is certified in military ministry and has personally facilitated trauma recovery groups for over 350 combat veterans and military spouses.

Evan was formerly the CEO for Centresource Interactive Agency. Founded in 2003, Centresource builds web and mobile experiences for the non-profit, startup and healthcare segments. Under his leadership, Centresource expanded to a national client base and was privileged to be named in the INC 5000, the Hottest 100 Companies in TN and the Inner City 100 Fastest Growing Companies in the US lists. Also in 2010, Centresource was selected as a finalist for the .NET Design Agency of the Year. Evan stepped down as CEO in 2013 to begin serving as the Executive Director of REBOOT Combat Recovery.

John Dale

Operations Director

Rahnella Adsit

Leader Development Coordinator

Chris Adsit

Resource Coordinator

Bryan Flanery

Engagement Coordinator

Jason Coleman

Creative Coordinator

Jason Horn

Member Services Coordinator

Lauren Orr

Communications Coordinator

Adam LaVigne

Expansion Coordinator


Founded in 2011 by Occupational Therapist, Dr. Jenny Owens, REBOOT began serving military families at Fort Campbell, KY. Built on the belief that the spirit of a person is worth fighting for, the success rates of the 12-week combat trauma healing course quickly began to spread within the military community.
In 2014, REBOOT added its first service location outside of a military base when it began services in Oklahoma City. Based on that success, REBOOT is now partnering with other nonprofits and churches around the country to offer combat trauma healing.
REBOOT has a vision to change the way trauma is treated for the next generation of combat veterans. Armed with data to prove our effectiveness, we are well on our way to reshaping the traditional care model to include not just the mind and body, but the soul as well.