Sacramento

Chapter Director: Shing Long
Clients served in 2016: 145
Therapy Hours in 2016: 748.3

screen-shot-2016-10-25-at-5-24-19-pmAs a previous military spouse, I’ve seen veterans discharged from the military with PTSD or mental illness, leaving them untreated and exacerbating the despair and hopelessness they are already experiencing, which can cause many to have little hope for a better future. I take pride in doing what I can to help our vets regain some ground and see that there are people like our clinicians who are committed and who truly see them for the heroes that they are.

screen-shot-2016-10-25-at-5-24-19-pmAs a previous military spouse, I’ve seen veterans discharged from the military with PTSD or mental illness, leaving them untreated and exacerbating the despair and hopelessness they are already experiencing, which can cause many to have little hope for a better future. I take pride in doing what I can to help our vets regain some ground and see that there are people like our clinicians who are committed and who truly see them for the heroes that they are.

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Southern California

National Program Manager: Natasha Medina
Clients served in 2016: 316
Number of therapy hours: 2,592.9

screen-shot-2016-10-13-at-10-09-02-pmWorking with The Soldiers Project has shown me there is a need for mental health services for veterans in Southern California, and The Soldiers Project plays a huge roll in filling that need. Not a day goes by that I do not get a phone call from a Veteran or family member who is looking for mental health services after trying to get services elsewhere. The Soldiers Project will see Veterans and loved ones when no one else will.

screen-shot-2016-10-13-at-10-09-02-pmWorking with The Soldiers Project has shown me there is a need for mental health services for veterans in Southern California, and The Soldiers Project plays a huge roll in filling that need. Not a day goes by that I do not get a phone call from a Veteran or family member who is looking for mental health services after trying to get services elsewhere. The Soldiers Project will see Veterans and loved ones when no one else will.

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