Category: PTSD Resources

May 12, 2023
A Lifesaving Bond: The Importance of Service Dogs to Veterans 

For veterans returning from duty, the challenges they face often extend beyond their time in service. The transition to civilian life can be particularly difficult for those struggling with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and other combat-related conditions. Thankfully, service dogs have emerged as invaluable companions, offering not only practical assistance but also an unbreakable bond. […]

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April 25, 2023
Suicide and Post Traumatic Stress among Law Enforcement: The Hidden Dangers

Law enforcement officers have a challenging job, witnessing and experiencing traumatic incidents that most people cannot even imagine. Although the fear of being killed on the job is a reality, it is just one aspect of the job. Officers are also faced with fatal car accidents, suicides, witnessing poverty and despair, sexual assaults, armed robberies, […]

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April 14, 2023
Breaking the Trauma Comparison

For years, I struggled with the idea that my trauma wasn't as "bad" as the trauma that my
best friends experienced. Comparing my trauma to theirs only led to years of depression,
suicidal thoughts, and tendencies.

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June 30, 2022
Substance Abuse & PTSD Resources

Almost 1 out of every 3 Veterans seeking treatment for substance use disorder also have PTSD. Studies show PTSD and substance use problems are strongly related in people who served in the military and in civilians. Therefore, our organization is raising awareness of co-occurring disorders during May - National Military Appreciation Month as well as […]

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