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Marine Pleads for Action for Veterans and Suicide

By Kevin Reece, KHOU-TV, Houston See the Full Article at USA Today USA Today features “a Marine veteran who lost 20 members of his battalion in Afghanistan is searching for answers and searching for help after losing 20 more to suicide after they came home. ‘Nobody expected to deal with it 20 times,’ said Sgt….

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Gringo’s Tex-Mex Goal Surpassed

Read the full article at Gringo’s Tex-Mex Tribune Thanks to Gringo’s Tex-Mex, their loyal customers, vendors and RCC members; along with Michael Berry and the Redneck Country Club, Camp Hope received a check for $207,000 – four times their original goal!

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PTSD Foundation Featured on ABC-Channel 13 News

Tracy Clemons helps spotlight the services the PTSD Foundation provides while highlighting some of the veterans we’re serving. Take the time to read the article and see how you can honor our heroes. – Read the full article on ABC – Channel 13 News HOUSTON (KTRK) –They risked their lives for their country but face an even…

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Service Dog Provides Calming Effect on Army Vet

Elizabeth Pudwill educates Houston Chronicle readers how service dogs can help veterans with PTSD. – See the full article at the Houston Chronicle Kolby Thompson and his specially trained psychiatric service dog Thor, wait outside before a graduation ceremony at Fallbrook Church, Friday, July 25, 2014, in Houston. Kolby is an Iraq, Afghanistan, Korea, Kuwait, Fort…

A veteran visited the Vietnam Veterans Memorial in November. A study funded by the Department of Veterans Affairs tracked post-traumatic stress disorder among veterans of the era. Credit Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images

Combat Stress Among Veterans Is Found to Persist Since Vietnam

Read the full report from the New York Times Most veterans who had persistent [PTSD] a decade or more after serving in the Vietnam War have shown surprisingly little improvement since then, and a large percentage have died, a new study finds, updating landmark research that began a generation ago. Members of minorities who enlisted…