While Memorial Day 2015 has come and gone, it is the duty of all Americans to honor and support those in the military who have served our country only to come home and live with injuries that may not be visible to the naked eye!
The injury in this case is post-traumatic stress disorder or PTSD, ‘a ‘mental health condition that’s triggered by a terrifying event — either experiencing it or witnessing it.’
And PTSD is not unique to soldiers who did tours in Iraq and Afghanistan, with some members of the military who served long ago potentially still suffering with it.
Here’s how you can help!
Heroes To Heroes is a 501c3 that does the following…
Heroes to Heroes Foundation, a non-denominational 501(c)(3) organization, provides a spiritual healing, suicide prevention, and peer support program for veterans who suffer from Moral Injury and PTSD.
Who We Serve
The Heroes to Heroes Foundation serves all combat veterans, regardless of conflict. Veterans of Vietnam, Desert Storm, Afghanistan, and Iraq have all participated in our program. We welcome all who are having challenges with PTSD, Moral Injury, or having challenges returning to civilian life after their time serving our country.
What We Do
Heroes to Heroes teams up 10 veterans for a life-changing journey to Israel. Each team includes 10 Americans, five Israelis, and two team coaches (veterans from both combat and the Heroes to Heroes program).
Our program is designed to help our participants develop social and emotional bonds with one another while exploring their spirituality and pushing themselves physically. Teams meet via Skype to get to know one another prior to the journey and stay together via Skype and social media upon their return to the United States.
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