Coming home from war is often just the start of the battle for our military veterans and their families. There are as many as 18 suicides per day among all U.S. veterans, and a veteran is 12 times more likely to die by his or her own hand after leaving the military than to be killed in action by an enemy combatant while on active duty. In addition, estimates show more than 300,000 veterans are suffering from PTSD, and 75% of these men and women will not receive adequate treatment. Combined with their parents, significant others and children, 1.5 million Americans are deeply affected by the aftermath of war.
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“Every dollar counts and it will go toward helping a warrior or family member in the lives after war.” says Mike Jones, NOT ALONE Co-Founder and Executive Director. “We need the help of the community, please help us give back to our veterans and their families.”
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NOT ALONE is a 501c3 not-for-profit organization offering information and a range of support services dedicated to empowering returning warriors and their loved ones who face the challenges of life after war. NOT ALONE provides no cost programs, resources and services to warriors and families impacted by combat stress and PTSD through a confidential and anonymous community. NOT ALONE is unique because it was founded by warriors with personal experience facing combat stress and post-traumatic stress disorder.
For any additional information about Not Alone, please call 1-888-454-0950 or visit www.notalone.com.
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