A Journey Home: One Marine’s Story


A Journey Home: One Marine’s Story – Nearly one in five veterans suffer from and PTSD. Veterans Healing Initiative, a nonprofit, is dedicated to providing veterans of all eras access to treatment for substance abuse and PTSD. The facts: 18 veterans commit suicide every day. On any given night, 300000 veterans are homeless and more than 76% of these vets suffer from substance abuse or a mental health disorder. As many as 35% of wounded troops are addicted to pain medication. Reserve and National Guard don’t have access to the full range of VA benefits. Vets from Iraq and Afghanistan face multiple deployments and shorter breaks between deployments–for these vets, the clock’s ticking. See one Marine’s journey home. Thousands more waiting for treatment. Help us help them at Veterans Healing Initiative, a 501(c)(3) charitable organization. To learn more or to donate, click www.vetshealing.org. Thank you.


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2 Responses to A Journey Home: One Marine’s Story

  • DavidMcGlasson says:

    There is a unique Love based healing method that heals PSTD by using an individual orgasms (in a non-sexual way – you have to read up on it to understand). Perhaps you are familiar with it ? Check them out on facebook using the title?? search Evolutionary Human Orgasms for Healing Bodies and Expanding Minds

    Here’s an excerpt from the website: “can effectively cure non-rape PTSD in one day and? rape related PTSD in 2 days, because we heal both the cause and the effects of PTSD.”

  • gebis says:

    Only a dead ex-corporate-killer? is a cheap killer.It was their choice and a mercenary does not earn the name veteran.

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