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The Problem

Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (“PTSD”) is an immobilizing illness characterized by flashbacks, nightmares, depression and extreme anxiety that can lead to angry and violent outbursts directed towards themselves or others. It is brought on by exposure to a terrifying or traumatic event.

500,000 of the 2.5 million soldiers who have served in Iraq and Afghanistan suffer from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder or Traumatic Brain Injury.

Those who have given their all for us are not getting all the help they need.

22 soldiers a day-8000 a year- are killing themselves. Another 45 per day-over 16,000 per year make a failed attempt at suicide.

These men and women deserve better.

The Veteran’s Administration is overwhelmed  with a backlog of 900,000 unprocessed disability claims.

Caregivers are not getting the help they need.

This situation is unacceptable. We can and must do better.

We believe the solution begins with increasing the public’s awareness of the magnitude of this problem.

Won’t you help us?

The Solution

  1. Help get the word out. Pass this on to your family and friends!
  2. Visit any of the organizations listed on our resources page and offer to help, either with time or donations.
  3. Find and contact your elected representatives or e-mail the House and the Senate Committees on Veterans’ Affairs.

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Our Mission

  • To increase public awareness of Post Traumatic Stress Syndrome and the growing problem of suicide among our service men and women.
  • To solicit public support for service Organizations that are dedicated to assisting service Men & Women afflicted with PTSD and related conditions.

How You Can Help

For more ways to help, we have collected a group of Organizations that you can visit, volunteer with and donate to.