About Us

Join us now and check out our KILLEEN chapter information at https://www.milvetpeer.net/members/group.aspx?id=116385 

Bring Everyone In The Zone, Inc. is a 501(c)3 non-profit that helps Service Members, Veterans and their Families.  Our program covers three main areas, Preparing, Caring and Sharing (PCS) (See index).  The members of our Board of Directors have served in the military since the Viet Nam era and forward.  They are dedicated to helping their fellows to get back "IN THE ZONE".   

See Preparing for any of the trainings we provide.
Basic Facilitator Training, MVPN Basic Training, CALM, AS+K and Mental Health First Aid schedule.
See Caring for Financial Assistance.
Resiliency Training
See Sharing for Peer to Peer Groups
        For locations of Groups near you.

Our Purpose: We provide Peer Support in a myriad of ways to Service Members, Veterans and families (SMVF), especially those suffering from Post-Traumatic Stress, Traumatic Brain Injury, Military Sexual Trauma and other traumatic events in their lives. We help make improve the quality of life for the SMVP.

Who Benefits from our programs and services: Service Members, Veterans and their families (SMVF)

Our Mission Statement: To provide education and support to SMVF who are experiencing the devastating effects of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder.To train facilitators in recognizing cases that require additional services including but not limited to medical referral and providing them with needed resources.

Our Core programs and services:Preparing,  Caring (includes Operation Resilient Families) and Sharing,. We train volunteers to be facilitators, we assist our target population w/benefits, we develop resources, we help with basic needs, we hold Peer Support Groups. We provide resiliency training to families.  Our activities include everything necessary to assist service personnel and their families who are suffering.These activities include, but are not limited to: screening; intake; orientation; assessment; treatment planning; counseling; case management; crisis intervention; client education; referral; reports and record keeping; and consultation.

Our History Formation to January 2024

Agenda Board of Directors Meeting
204 Priest Drive, Killeen and via ZOOM
June 27, 10 a.m.


Roll Call

Presentation from David Mitchell – Financial Associate Thrivent

Approval of Minutes of the March 28, 2024 meeting

Treasurer’s Reports:

Director’s Report
TVC FVA 2023-2024 -
TVC FVA 2024-2025

Bingo ­-

Fort Cavazos Thrift Shop
Fort Cavazos Spouses Club
United Way of Tri-County Area

Basic –
Basic Peer Facilitator
Mental Health First Aid
AS+K ­ -
Peer Groups ­
 President’s Comments:
Action Items: 
Review and/or vote on Policies and Procedures
Approval of any grant applications – Discuss any grant opportunities that the board is aware of.
Future plans
Future Agenda Items:
Next meeting September 26, 2024 at 1000.

Click below to open the file(s) in Portable Document Format:
2022-2023 Audit

2021 Tax Information

2019 Audit Report

2020 - 2021 Audited Financial Statements

2018-2019 990

2018 Audit Report

Audited Financial Statements

2017 Amended

2017 Schedules Amended

Internal Revenue Service - Determination Letter

2016 Tax Information 2015-2016 Audit Report

2014-2015 Audit Report

2015 Tax Information

2014 Tax Information

2013 Tax Information

2012 Tax Information

2011 Tax Information

Conflict of Interest Policy

Records Retention Policy

Service Members, Veterans and Families
Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), Traumatic
Brain Injury and Sexual Trauma Support Facilitators
Military Support Program for Veterans and Surviving Spouses only
Peer to Peer Support Groups Facilitated
204 Priest Drive
Killeen, TX 76541
Mailing address: PO Box 763, Killeen, TX  76540-0763
Ph: 254-681-9112, 254-423-7632
Fax: 254-519-3366 
24/7 line 254-813-5834
Email: beitz3office@gmail.com