VETERANS: Qualifying for SSDI When You’re Already on VA Disability
This is a guest blog from Bryan Mac Murray, Disability Benefits Outreach If you’re currently receiving Veteran’s Administration (VA) disability benefits, you may also be entitled to disability through the Social Security Administration (SSA). Combined VA and SSA benefits can help ease the financial burden for you and your family when disability prevents or reduces earnings …Read More
2017: Veterans Making Positive Changes in a New Year
NOTE: We thank Donna Fitzgerald for this guest blog. As advocates of military vets, we try hard to connect and understand the experiences they had during their tours of duty. While some vets had positive experiences, hundreds of thousands of veterans have returned home with physical pain and mental images that can’t be erased. Returning home …Read More
NAMI Homefront: Learn how to help Veterans with Post Traumatic Stress
Do you know someone like my brother’s neighbor? He never backed down from a challenge during his three tours of duty in Afghanistan. After returning home from combat after his third tour, however, his crippling military post traumatic stress disorder began to take its toll. He wondered if he would ever recover. His thoughts …Read More
5 Ways to Improve PTS (Post Traumatic Stress) Symptoms
This is a guest blog by Jane Moore, a writer and someone who suffers depression. Her passion for writing led her to want to blog her ideas on how to help Veterans who are struggling with PTSD. While there are many ways a person can work to improve their Post Traumatic Stress (PTS) symptoms, you …Read More
How Stop Soldier Suicide’s numbers add up to helping Veterans.
The value of our program is that we STAY CONNECTED with our clients by initiating the calls. We are averaging nearly 12 calls per client this year alone. If you or someone you love deserves a better path for their life, please connect with us.