22Kill is a global movement bridging the gap between veterans and like-minded individuals to build a community of support and understanding. 22Kill works to raise awareness to the suicide epidemic that is plaguing our country, and educate the public on mental health issues such as PTS.
Address:13625 Neutron Dr Dallas, TX 75244
Enrich the lives of veterans from recent conflicts who have lost the use of their limbs or their hearing while in active combat. By the training and placement of quality, task trained service dogs to provide increased independence.
Address:253 Dayton Ave Xenia, OH 45385
In 500 Miles An Hour, retired Staff Sergeant Shawn Garrett displays not only the sharp reality of military service, but the healing power of sharing your story with others. Reality shines through in the brutal honesty, the intense emotions, and the brotherhood shared by those who give their all in the name of their country.
The story he has to tell is one of trauma and heartache, but also of camaraderie, nobility, and the strength to survive. His story is private, but in a way it is a...
A Circle Of Warriors is a non-profit organization created for the Combat Veteran and their family. Our specialization is in Combat Associated PTSD and the wide array of effects it has on all Combat Veterans and their families. We are also here to facilitate all of the rest of their needs, from A to Z. The Combat Veteran who has returned from war is carrying with them something that they did not ha ve when they left for war. Whether it is physical, emotional, spiritual, or mental, they have bro...
Address:81 N 2nd Street San Jose, CA 95113
A Hero is a wounded veterans foundation whose purpose is to serve America's wounded veterans by providing fellowship and mentoring opportunities through recreational activities. A HERO will provide a supportive environment enabling veterans to continue the healing process, so they can focus on their future and reconcile the traumatic events of their past in a healthy and constructive environment.
Address:811 W Garden St Pensacola, FL 32502
Real life experiences and positive views of how to live life with or living beside one with PTSD, Depressive Disorder/Conversion Disorder, and other unseen disabilities from a Veteran's Spouse's personal experiences.
If you know someone who has PTSD, someone who needs more information, or just a place with others that understand... from either side of the fence of PTSD, please feel free to pass this along and/or any of my postings. Awareness helps bring knowledge to others, and knowledg...
For many years, Greg Hardin's cries for help have been silenced by injustice. He is a wounded vet, having served on the front lines of the Cold War as a nuclear missile systems analyst. As he worked on the machinery of the apocalypse, death was his moment-by-moment reality. With the Doomsday clock ticking at four and three minutes to midnight, he was never certain whether the call to launch was merely a drill or the end of the world as we knew it. In the aftermath of that trauma, as he fell ...
The ABA Military Pro Bono Project accepts case referrals from military attorneys on behalf of junior-enlisted, active-duty military personnel and their families with civil legal problems, and it places these cases with pro bono attorneys where the legal assistance is needed. The Project is also the platform for Operation Stand-By, through which military attorneys may seek attorney-to-attorney advice to better assist their servicemember clients.
Address:321 N Clark St Chicago, IL 60654
The leading ladies and gentlemen in these love stories have already been swept off their feet by disability, join them as they release the brakes on love. Accessible Love Stories features six tales of wheelchair-bound characters and the people who fall in love with them. Get caught up in the love and passion of couples facing challenges, taboos, and social pressures. These tales tackle a wide spectrum of couplings and characters that will be sure to capture reader's hearts. Authors include Chri...
This comprehensive guidebook serves to address the many challenges that college-bound veterans face daily, including those of a financial, social, academic, medical and geographic nature.
Veterans going to college for the first time face a wide range of challenges. Before classes begin, there’s pressure to find the right school, navigating the new GI Bill, and making sure all necessary materials have been organized and submitted. After D-Day, there’s fitting in socially, staying afloa...