Linking Medical, Legal, and Social Support to Combat Veterans and their Families.

"Some people live an entire lifetime and wonder if they have ever made a difference in the world. A veteran doesn't have that problem."

 – President Ronald reagan

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Community Outreach - 

Promote the mission of in your community. Coordinators engage in various outreach activities and community education. Possibilities include: school based programs, assist with special events, organizing social support within the community, and hosting educational meet-ups for veterans, caregivers and supporters working with

Content & programming - is seeking specialists to gather relevant content and education resources for veterans and caregivers. Examples of this content: recently published studies about an alternative therapy, update on veteran policy within the government, PTSD retreat announcing openings, caregiver benefits regulation updates, etc. Content coordinators will volunteer remotely.

The materials sourced will be provided to the Program Coordinators and the Social Media Director. Programs Coordinators must have ties to mental health care and experience with patient care. They will work closely with the Board members to assist in vetting, planning, and awarding financial assistance to veterans and caregivers in need.

Event planning - 

Host a fundraising event in your community. will facilitate marketing materials and additional support to help you bring PTSD awareness in your area. Example events are golf tournaments, fun runs, and silent auctions. 

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You do not have to be an expert in PTSD to help make a difference. Your time and effort are needed. will train you in your volunteer role.