Tag Archives: veterans

Veterans and PTSD: A Webinar – Part 2

This is the second part of the online event on veterans and PTSD held on 2/23/16 and sponsored by the online campus of Columbia University’s School of Social Work. Lt. Col. Franklin Swayne, a professional military social worker who teaches in the Columbia School of Social Work’s online campus, delivers some of the key statistics… Read More »

Support Trauma to Triumph Nonprofit Organization Houston Texas

Whether your story begins with sexual assault, as a witness to violence or a near death experience, your story is not over. Our program is designed specifically for female veterans with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). We provide a caring environment for you to identify and explore PTSD and the symptoms that may be getting… Read More »

Congressman Bilirakis Marks PTSD Awareness Month

On June 27, 2013, Congressman Gus M. Bilirakis (R-FL) marked Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) Awareness Month on the House Floor, stressing the need to join together to tear down the stigma surrounding head injuries and ensure veterans have timely access to quality care, particularly in situations of Traumatic Brain Injury and PTSD. Source: Youtube

He wanted to howl but wouldn’t give up his seat on my lap

I know, I know, I filmed this with my iPhone oriented the wrong way. If you can deal with the blasphemy that is vertical iPhone videos, here’s a pretty cool wolf howl point of view I got the other day. Some more background: Sazi is a high content wolfdog on our sanctuary who enjoys being… Read More »

Veterans with PTSD and TBI

This is a preview of our upcoming show about Veterans returning from service with post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and/or traumatic brain injury (TBI). How do you diagnose it? Where do you get help? Watch Mi Healthy Mind on Sundays on noon on TV 20. More www.MIHealthyMind.com Source: Youtube

Twenty22many 2nd Annul PTSD & TBI Awareness March – 2016

Second Annual March to Raise Awareness to “End the Suffering.” The March to Raise Awareness was designed to open the eyes of the community to the reality that every day there are more than twenty-two Veterans taking their own lives. Twenty22Many is a Washington State non-profit organization operating solely on the donations from the community… Read More »

Life after near death: Veteran Matthew Bierman’s triumph over PTSD & a traumatic brain injury

When former Army Ranger Matthew Bierman awoke from his two month coma, many considered it a miracle. But life hasn’t been easy for Matt. Struggling with PTSD as well as a traumatic brain injury, he lost many memories that he will never recover. Thankfully one memory never left him: His pride for his country. This… Read More »

It’s Worth It To Me: A Veteran’s Documentary

It’s Worth It To Me is a Veteran’s Documentary about three veterans, in their own words, discussing their problems with PTSD, Military Sexual Harassment, Homelessness, alcohol and drug addiction and how they have found help through the VA. Hosted by former US Army Vietnam Veteran and four time Super Bowl Champion with the Pittsburgh Steelers… Read More »

kineticvideo.com – Guide For Living With Ptsd-13291

Through compelling client testimonials and expert guidance from renowned researchers at the Dartmouth Psychiatric Research Center and the Department of Veterans Affairs National Center for PTSD, this video educates clinicians, clients, and families on the history, epidemiology, challenges, and treatment of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). ***FOR PURCHASE INFORMATION OR TO REQUEST PREVIEW OF THE FULL… Read More »

The Best Part Of The Fourth Of July Can Be The Worst For Some Veterans

There’s no doubt the Fourth of July is a day to celebrate those who have defended our nation’s independence, but one nonprofit wants to remind Americans that fireworks can create stress for military vets. Last year, the organization, called Military with PTSD, distributed 4,372 yard signs free of charge to veterans who requested them, according to… Read More »