Military with PTSD

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Military with PTSD's mission is to educate vets, caretakers, and civilians about the effects of PTSD on the veteran, in the family, and on the community as a whole. We offer peer-to-peer support, education, suicide crisis support, and a Facebook community with more than 30,000 members.

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Donate Today

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Your generous donation to Military With PTSD helps thousands of veterans and their families, including the kids with support programs, services, and education with PTSD. Please donate today.

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PTSD TKO Project: Teens and Kids Overcoming

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Since age 8, Jesse Gourley has been helping teens and kids raise PTSD awareness.Her Mission is to get teens and kids living with PTSD involved with each other. They are standing together "knocking out" PTSD by getting others to talk about it. By helping them share their pictures and stories, we are giving them a voice and giving them a way to actually do something. Raising awareness of the high suicide rate currently taking 22 veterans a day.

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Customers' Testimonial

Billi Jo Gronen - If you have helped even ONE of our soldiers (and from what I have seen on here you've certainly gone above and beyond that) you are doing a great service for this country! I joined this page through a reference from a friend more as a way to show support than anything else (I have family that were or are enlisted, but I myself am not a veteran). I also joined because I am working on my master's in psychology, and one of the areas I want to focus on is military PTSD as a way to give back to those who have given so much. The stories on here are so inspirational, and the community you have built IS making a difference in the lives of our bravest, and their families, who have also sacrificed so much. I have been moved to tears by the courage shown from those who post on here to share their pain or encourage their fellow soldiers, and I have learned more from these same individuals than a lifetime spent in college. So please, don't focus on the negative - when you are doing something that truly makes a difference, you will face a thousand times more criticism and a million times the difficulty than when you are doing something that doesn't matter. Keep up the fight, please, because what you are fighting for IS important, it VERY much matters to the health and safety and future of our country, and it IS making a difference in more lives than you will ever know!

Military with PTSD; Saving Lives and Marriages