No Warriors Left Behind

This is a project I’ve been working on for the past year. This project was developed to save lives, inform, and bring the military community together. It will save lives by making it easy for suicidal veterans to connect to a person who can help them right away. It will provide information and links that […]

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Calvin Institute of Christian Worship (Christian Reformed Church)

Post-traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and Veterans Resource Guide These resources focus on PTSD as a result of combat or military exposure. Many voices are calling for the church to be a significant partner in the complex readjustment process of returning home. Post-traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) is an anxiety disorder that can occur after one has […]

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Tragedy Assistance Program For Survivors

Causes: Counseling, Mental Health, Military & Veterans Organizations, Veterans Mission: TAPS is a national nonprofit organization offering comfort and care to anyone affected by the death of someone who served in the Armed Forced. We offer peer-based emotional support, crisis response and intervention, grief and trauma, casework assistance, long-term survivor wellness, and community and military […]

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On Missing Combat

Throughout thirty-five interviews with Canadian veterans of Afghanistan and a review of several war memoirs and documentary accounts, missing combat stood out as one of the most common sentiments. … Source: On Missing Combat

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Patient Engagement in PTSD Treatment

For patients with PTSD to derive the greatest benefit from available evidence-based psychotherapies and psychiatric medications they must be able to fully engage in their treatment. However, a wealth of published data demonstrates that a majority of service members and Veterans with PTSD are not successful in doing so (e.g., Hoge et al., 2014; Spoont, […]

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