FOX 26 News | MyFoxHouston With the most recent loss of a police officer who took his own life, Fox 26 News helps to highlight organizations who are helping first time responders with PTSD and features the PTSD Foundation’s new First Responders program.
On May 14, 2015, Michael Berry spoke at the groundbreaking for the new Russell Ybarra Home for Heroes development. VIDEOS: For more videos about the PTSD Foundation, visit our YouTube account and subscribe for the most recent updates.
Come and support our veterans by celebrating the construction of the Russell Ybarra Home for Heroes May 14, 2015 at 12:00pm
Thanks to Joe Myer’s Ford and KKHT for making this show possible. This week on the Warrior’s Shield Radio Broadcast, David will be talking about supporting law enforcement and first responders, PTSD training, Blue Star Moms, Texas Apartment Association and a story of a veteran who had a 180 degree turnaround.
Click the link below to get the latest news about Camp Hope and the PTSD Foundation of America. May-2015 Newsletter
Thanks to Joe Myer’s Ford and KKHT for making this show possible. This week on the Warrior’s Shield Radio Broadcast, David will be talking about those who help make Camp Hope a reality and the companies they represent, Comcast Cares, other Non-profits in the area, the needs we have in this world and how the…
Thanks to Joe Myer’s Ford for making this show possible. Today on the Warrior’s Shield broadcast, David and Derrick discuss weather, updates on the IG Report on the VA Scandal, Empty Ebola Clinics in Liberia, Deploying Troops, ISIS Killing Christians, and the handling of the Ebola Crisis.
Thanks to Joe Myer’s Ford for making this show possible. This week on the Warrior’s Shield Radio Broadcast, David will be discussing Veteran Charlie Linville training to climb Mt. Everest and more VA Scandals that are coming out into the open.
Make a difference by dining at Kirby’s Steakhouse to help support our wounded vets at Camp Hope from April 1, – June 30, 2015.
By Adam Sechrist Yahoo News | Article By Bianna Golodryga It’s a chilling statistic: Twenty-two United States veterans commit suicide a day, according to the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs. One recent victim: Thirty-year-old Air Force Reserve Capt. Jamie Brunette. Capt. Brunette, the youngest of five children from Milwaukee, had served two tours of duty in…