PTSD FOUNDATION OF AMERICA
As many as 400,000 service members live and struggle with the invisible wounds of war. Sadly, most think they are alone.
To combat Post Traumatic Stress
- Bring healing to our military community (Active duty, Reserves and National Guard, veterans, and their families) through pastoral counseling, and peer mentoring, both on an individual basis, and in group settings.
- Raise awareness of the increasing needs of the military community through public events, media outlets, social media, service organizations, and churches.
- Networking government agencies, service organizations, churches and private sector businesses into a united “Corps of Compassion”, to bring their combined resources together to meet the needs of the military community on a personal and individual/family level.
Warrior Groups are fellowships for combat veterans and their families to share their experiences, testimonies of healing, compassion and hope in overcoming the invisible wounds of war. Participants are required to be military combat veterans or family members of those who have served in combat and be willing to face the challenges of managing post-traumatic stress and related conditions.
WARRIOR'S SHIELD RADIO
The Mission of Warrior’s Shield Radio is to reach out to our Military and Veteran community and their families from a faith based perspective with real, practical help. We understand that when a person serves in the military, their family serves along with them. We will discuss how families can cope with military service; reintegrating men and women into civilian life, how to find a job, PTSD, other military issues and in all of these things the importance of growing closer to God. Warrior Shield Radio is hosted by David Maulsby Sunday nights from 5:06 pm to 6 pm on 100.7 FM The Word KKHT and kkht.com.