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PTSD Resources for Veterans

This week National PTSD Awareness Day is celebrated. We have spoken with thousands of service members; many struggling with symptoms of PTSD due to combat-related events. While every service member’s experiences are different, each realizes the challenges of returning to civilian life after a deployment or combat. While you may not be affected personally with PTSD, likely someone you know is, and could benefit from organizations ready to help. Our mission is to help you have a successful transition from military to civilian life, and addressing this topic is vital to your and your family’s health and well-being.

 

 

Our team is committed to helping you throughout every aspect of transition. We have teamed up with PsychArmor® to provide you and your spouse training on PTSD symptoms, how to succeed in the workplace, and creating a better environment for you and those you love. Visit their website for free online training: https://psycharmor.org/

 

 

Please remember that YOU ARE NOT ALONE! We are here for you every step of the way. We suggest you get plugged into an organization in your community and surround yourself with other Veterans.

 

 

Here are a few additional resources that we have vetted, and recommend for you and your family coping with PTSD symptoms:

 

 

Veterans Crisis Line: 1-800-273-8255 Press 1 – We suggest that you plug this number into your phone in the event that you or someone you know is in need.

 

Great resources for Veterans in crisis:

Suicide Prevention LifeLine

National Center for PTSD

Subscribe to American Dream U’s You Tube channel to hear REAL STORIES of military transition

 

Resources for your family:

Operation We Are Here

Military Spouse Mentors

Book, “Wounded Warrior, Wounded Home”

MilSpouseADU, Facebook Group

 

Melissa Swire
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