Why us? Why now?
Whether someone is newly grieving, or remembering a dear one who died long ago, Memorial Day can bring about many unexpected emotions. Social media, television, and movies containing pictures and sound bites of families celebrating…read more
Strength in the Face of Unimaginable Challenges: John’s Story of Overcoming Addiction, PTSD, and Depression. Addiction is a hard enough condition to battle — add an additional mental health issue like…read more
It is never easy to ask for help. No one wants to admit that they “can’t do it” or that something is “too hard.” This trait isn’t reserved to service members and veterans, it is a human affliction. Sometimes…read more
The symptoms of PTSD are often associated with America’s front line combat units, which until 2015 have been completely made up of men. However with an increasing number of women now servingread more
With every new year comes the promise of a fresh start. Many consider this a time to put aside the past and work to better ourselves…read more
This year, October 7th marked a grim reminder that 15 years have passed since the War on Terror began in Afghanistan. Unfortunately, it shows no signs of ending.read more
Iraq war veteran Zachary Sherman is riding from Deadhorse, Alaska to Ushuaia Terro Del Fuego, Argentina to raise money for The Soldiers Project.read more