Military Gathering

This is an invitation to all veterans to join at Crossroads on 8/21/18 at 6:30 pm in meeting room C. Our goal is to bring the veteran community together to be a force of action, a force for good, and to explore what God wants from us – our next set of orders. There are many veterans in our midst that are isolated and needing support. They may be unaware there are other veterans around to support them. This is open to all veterans. Snacks and drinks provided.

Suicide Does Not Discriminate

Would you help us #prevent #suicide? Do you know that 22 #veterans #military are committing suicide a day, along with other #civilians? No Warriors Left Behind app could save a life. #PTSD Download today! #Free #USA

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Suicide Thoughts

Here is some of the information I gathered at Fort Hood Medical Center. As we work together and share our resources around with everyone we know we can combat the problem of suicide among veterans and one day there will not be a single suicide by a veteran.

Collecting Life Saving Info

Today I took some time to go to the Medical Center in Fort Hood to asked if they have PTSD resources both on base and out. The entire 3rd floor with in the hospital is dedicated to mental health. I collected some good information. I was happy to see that there are Christian information all over the 3 rd floor hallways. Our Daily Bread when I opened the little book it landed on a page title; Into Our Storm.

Finding Purpose PTSD

Many people think PTSD is the root of all mental health problems among veterans. This oversimplification is often reinforced by behaviors considered abnormal. One veteran I spoke with claimed to have stopped a dangerous driver, thrown him out of the car, and “gave him a life lesson.” Most people would accuse the veteran of needing anger management […]

via Military Betrayal, Civilian Isolation — Finding Purpose

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Helping prevent suicide among veterans. Because ONE suicide among veterans is too many.

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Veterans Resources

Resource Guide for Veterans

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In Eastern Michigan, there is a strong and interconnected community supporting the men and women who serve and have served our country. We believe veterans deserve our gratitude and support for their dedication and service. That’s why SSR Law Office has produced this Veterans Resource Guide.

The purpose of this guide is to provide information on nonprofit and governmental resources to retired or serving veterans and/or military personnel in Macomb, Oakland, Wayne, Monroe, St. Clair, Lapeer, Livingston, Washtenaw, Genesee and surrounding counties. It is our intent that this information will empower and support the men and women who serve and have served our country.

Many organizations provide support to veterans. These services include housing, food programs, educational opportunities, counseling and legal help. We hope you find the following Veterans Resource Guide useful and comprehensive.

Alcohol, Drugs & Rehab

Many Macomb County veterans suffer from alcohol and drug abuse. The abuses can be associated with many other situations in any particular vet’s life, but nonetheless these issues must be faced with forthright determination. Any type of addiction is tough to overcome, but alcohol and drugs can be some of the toughest forms of addiction. This is why it’s best to seek out help when you’re ready to begin your recovery process.

Whether it’s depression, anxiety, PTSD or any kind of psychological problem, many veterans need therapy to help hash out their problems. It makes sense that there are an endless amount of therapy resources that veterans can utilize, but so many veterans don’t utilize these resources enough. If you or a loved one is a veteran who is struggling you need to understand all of the resources that are out there to help veterans overcome just about anything.

This section is a comprehensive overview of what you’ll need to know in terms of how veterans can get the help they need for alcohol and drug addiction treatments. If you know where to go in your area, who to speak to and if you’re ready to face your alcohol and drug problems, you’ll be much more prepared for a successful recovery and sobriety.

Don’t let drugs and alcohol get in your way of being the best version of yourself. The following information is here to help you help yourself. Always know, there is someone out there who really wants to help you. All you need to do is reach out.

Fallow the link below for more information,

https://www.ssrlawoffice.com/veterans-resources/

If you need help.

A few years ago after getting fired my financial situation was really bad. After a long search in the internet I found “Semper Fi Fund”. This organization after their screening helped me tremendously more then once. Semper Fi Fund is one of the many organization committed to help disabled veterans and you can find it and many more in the “No Warriors Left Behind”. I created this app to take out the long researching out of finding help when we as veterans are in any need. The app is free for everyone and it will help friends and love once with vital information.