Supporting America’s recalibrated heroes.


The Travis Mills Foundation supports recalibrated veterans and their families through long-term programs that help these heroic men and women overcome physical obstacles, strengthen their families, and provide well-deserved rest and relaxation.


Our Retreat

Nestled in the woods of Central Maine, the Travis Mills Foundation has access to the outdoors directly out our front steps.


Our Programs

  • Yoga

  • Archery

  • Kayaking

  • Canoeing

  • Boating

  • Fly Fishing

  • Bass Fishing

  • Guided Fishing Trips

  • Pottery

  • Painting

  • Culinary Arts (Cooking Courses, Baking)

  • Guest Chefs

  • Martial Arts (Self Defense)

  • Challenge Ropes Course

  • Cycling

  • Horseback Riding

  • Shooting Sports

  • Hiking

  • Golfing

  • Massage therapy


Get Involved

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Sign Up For a Program

We are committed to support physically-injured veterans and their families. Sign up to attend our retreat.

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Volunteer opportunities

Join our volunteer family and make a direct impact in the lives of America’s recalibrated warriors.

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Make a Donation

We are 100% funded by the generosity of everyday proud Americans who believe in our mission. Thank you for believing in us.


Our Founder

SSG Travis Mills

Travis Mills, retired United States Army Staff Sergeant and recalibrated warrior.


In 2013, Travis and his wife Kelsey founded the Travis Mills Foundation.

What started with an idea to send care packages over seas, soon turned into a much larger idea of hosting a retreat in the state of Maine for recalibrated veterans and their families. Travis and Kelsey hosted two proof of concept weeks in 2013 and 2014, then finally deciding to purchase their own property in 2015.  The former Elizabeth Arden Estate, built in 1929 had fallen into ruins. Travis and Kelsey decided this would be the home of their future retreat purchased the property.

In 2017 after massive renovations they opened the doors in June!  In their first year they hosted 84 combat injured veterans and their families at their fully accessible retreat in Rome Maine.