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Why I Volunteer for The Soldiers Project
Terry Green, MS, LMFTA / Washington State

"I volunteer for The Soldier Project because I am the wife of a Vietnam Veteran who has personally witnessed the effects of combat trauma in my husband, and as a spouse with our children living with PTSD. Through trial and error we learned to mitigate the impact on our family. Veteran families are the most under served population. I believe that by giving Veterans and their families the tools and support they need, we can help families become a safe, secure base and reduce the divorce rate (and suicide rate) among Veterans as well as increase overall life satisfaction for the entire family."

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Monika LawrenceThank you Terry Green for serving our veterans and their families. Your support and willingness to reach out to families who are struggling to cope with things they don't fully understand is compassion personified.

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Terry RichardsThe Soldiers Project is Endorsed by Veterans News Service Los Angeles. Volunteer or Donate Generously...

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If you are a licensed mental health professional and you’d like to make a difference in the life of a service member and his/her family (malpractice insurance and office space required), please consider volunteering.

“I volunteer because my brother was in Vietnam and when he came back he needed services such as the counseling The Soldiers Project provides. If The Soldiers Project had been around then, his life would have been much more fulfilling and enjoyable.”

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