What Veterans Tell Us About Their Care New York Times “My disability is combat PTSD. I have tried to get help from the V.A., but it takes a long time to get seen. But more importantly, the therapies they offer are not at all cutting edge.
'There's nothing else beyond helping others' Theredstonerocket He is known in the local veterans community for his deep faith in God, his care and concern for those suffering from the long-lasting effects of post traumatic stress disorder and other...
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Crisis of veterans' suicides is too often ignored Boston Globe Last year, Magoon and Mike Brown, a great Boston cop, literally snatched a police officer who was struggling with combat-related post-traumatic stress off the street.
Cost of freedom: Warriors still paying price from physical, mental injuries Gainesville Times The physical and mental wounds from combat are David Godfrey's enemy today, nearly four decades after his part in the Vietnam War ended.
The Weed Blog Fayetteville to consider new 911 program to help those with PTSD WNCT The first responders are provided with training and skills to approach the scene with care and preparation for the unique challenges of a situation that includes...
Durham Herald Sun Valor Games unite wounded warriors Durham Herald Sun He suffered a traumatic brain injury from IED blasts, and is dealing with PTSD from repeated deployments and seeing friends wounded in battle.
Service-related injuries take their toll on veterans Killeen Daily Herald Racked by insomnia and bouts of intense anger once he exited the military, he discovered that combat stress had wreaked havoc on his hormones.
Medscape Unemployment Biggest Predictor of PTSD Symptom Severity Medscape NEW YORK ― Severity of posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) symptoms appears to be linked to the likelihood of not having a job, according to a new study, which showed that...
Founded by Gold Star Mother Dr. Roxann Abrams 501c3 Nonprofit providing Unique Specialized Treatment for PTSD Combat Veterans through a confidential program, VIP (Veteran Intervention Plan) in every Vet's local community.
Former Phoenix VA employee: 'Everyone knew about the secret list' KPHO Phoenix Burmesch, a 33-year-old veteran who served two combat tours in Iraq as a Marine, said the Phoenix VA is understaffed and underfunded, unable to truly meet its goals.
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