Pharmaceuticals Are Not The Only Way to Treat PTSD In Veterans

We exist to provide public awareness, resources, and treatment options to our soldiers and their families who have been affected by the harsh realities of combat.


Get help by contacting our team, the donations provided by civilians and military alike power us to provide free anonymous treatment for Veterans suffering with PTSD.

All cases of PTSD are treatable

PTSD is not about what’s wrong with you, but about what happened to you.

PTSD Symptoms

To be diagnosed with PTSD, you must have symptoms for at least 1 month, PTSD symptoms include:
- Depression, thoughts of suicide
- On high-alert all the time, scanning for threats
- Forgetting important parts of, or unable to talk about, the event
- Emotional distance from people you were close to before
- Substance abuse

And more, your symptoms may cause you to self isolate. But you are not alone, the relief you need is closer than you think.

Non-Pharmaceuticals Options

Some of the drugs prescribed can be very powerful. More options can include;
- Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
- Anger Management
- Relaxation Techniques
- Psychotherapy
- Marital Therapy
- Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR)

And more. Because of the wide range of symptoms and other issues that go hand in hand with PTSD, a person who suffers from PTSD needs to be treated as a whole, not just for PTSD.

VA Treatment

Chad died of multiple drug toxicity, also known as CDI, or MDI. He had 12 different prescriptions including:
- Ambien
- Clonazepam / Klonopin
- Fluoxetine / Prozac
- Lorazepam / Ativan
- Propranolol

We believe that blindly throwing prescriptions at victims of PTSD and depression is a bad idea. There are many treatment methods that should be considered besides pills.

Treatment Centers

You may contact these resources on your own, or get in touch with our team for treatment sponsorship
  • AddictionCenter – No matter where you live, there is a drug rehab center that can help you overcome your addiction. They can help you find treatment based on your location, budget, and specific needs and help you get started quickly.
  • The Dog Alliance – Unleashing the therapeutic power of dogs
  • Camp Hope – Provides interim housing for our Wounded Warriors, veterans and their families suffering from combat related PTSD. Houston, Texas
  • – Changing lives through addiction care and education. Information, resources, and treatment for people battling addiction and related conditions. Call 24/7 at 1-855-857-1913.
  • Give an Hour – “Give hope. Give help.” Locations throughout the USA.
  • Harth Foundation – Burnet, TX
  • Headstrong – Provides post-9/11 military veterans with free mental health care that works.
  • Help for Heroes – Supporting those who served
  • Hope for Heroes – Samaritan Center for Counseling and Pastoral Care, Austin, TX
  • Hounds For Heros – Pet Therapy
  • I’m Alive – Get connected with a crisis center in your area. 1-800-784-2433
  • Make the Connection – Shared Experiences and Support for Veterans
  • Prevention Hotline – If you or someone you know is contemplating suicide, call 1-800-SUICIDE (1-800-784-2433) or 1-800-273-TALK (1-800-273-8255).
  • Soldiers’ Angels – Has programs to support military families, deployed service members, wounded heroes, and veterans of all eras. Our programs are broken into categories based on the population they serve. Most of our programs could not be possible without the support of our wonderful Angel volunteers who dedicate their time, money, and talents to the organization.
  • Tania Glenn & Associates, P.A. – Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing or EMDR, Post-traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) Treatment, Austin, TX
  • Wounded Warrior Project – Houston, Tx

Their success, is our success

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"After the first EMDR session I went home that night and it was the first time sleeping through out the night without waking up."
Liam Fuller
Combat Veteran U.S.M.C

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