Trauma of war continues to appear thousands of miles from the battlefield. Service Members, their Families and friends often struggle to cope with long deployments, multiple deployments and painful reintroductions into everyday life. But you can help them truly come home again!

They Faced A Different Kind Of Challenge.

You Need A Different Kind Of Training To Help.

Service members deployed since 9/ll have faced combat situations unlike anything before in our country's history. As a result it takes special training to understand and appropriately treat the unique behavioral health traumas of war.  Please sign up for a FREE online course on treating the invisible wounds of war. All courses are FREE and nationally accredited. Courses are quick and easy to complete, ranging from 1 to 4 hours in length. And they're available online 24/7 so you can fit them into your busy schedule.

They Have Their Own Language And Culture.

And They Won't Trust Anyone Who Doesn't Understand It.

Studies show that returning Service members prefer to get help from local sources. But years of training has ingrained them with a powerful language and a culture all their own. Time and again, Service members will start out seeking help only to never return again because the people they sought out, "just don't understand me". And you know you can't help a person unless they trust you.

Conditions Are Critical

We Need Your Help NOW!

  • Over one million Soldiers are returning to local communities.
  • Almost a half million Service members will develop Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD).
  • Less than half of Soldiers who report PTSD symptoms get the care they need.
  • More than 50% of military spouses report stress (up 20% in the last 4 years).
  • Children of Service members are 2.5 times more likely to develop psychological problems.
  • 44% of military children have moderate-to-severe emotional and/or behavior problems.