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State of Veterans & Families - The Statistics

The statistics the impact veterans and families and what they really mean in our lives.



Our Military Kids provides grants to your children so they can participate in extracurricular activities while a parent is deployed overseas. We cover all sports, fine arts, and tutoring programs up to $500 for up to 6 months of participation. Visit us at www.ourmilitarykids.org to apply, or call the office at (866) 691-6654.

grants to the children of National Guard and Military Reserve personnel who are currently deployed overseas, as well as the children of Wounded Warriors in all branches. The grants pay for participation in extracurricular activities and tutoring programs

#StateofHeroes More Words from Caregivers of Our Heroes   Shared by Family Of a Vet, Inc., a national non-profit 501(c)3 organization dedicated to helping veterans and their families learn how to cope with PTSD (post-traumatic stress disorder), TBI (traumatic brain injury) and life after combat through real-world

The WHY behind Family Of a Vet's "State of Veterans & Families" project - and a heartfelt, but very honest rant about the VA and Adversarial Health Care (and a plea for team work).



Child with Father who has PTSD.  One of the most horrific wounds a veteran gets is PTSD. (Post Traumatic Stress Syndrome).  It is only since the Irag warn has the public just barely started to understand the cause and EFFECTS. There have been great strides in awareness, but there is a long way to go. Check out http://maketheconnection.net/conditions/ptsd?gclid=CNiv-qCUnrACFYpgTAodOlwVXg

Child with Father who has PTSD. My father fought in WWll, and it broke something inside him. That he spent his life in pain, hurts me. PTSD is a generational experience.