Veterans getting help & those who want to help veterans. The problem is that too many veterans do not know about the types of help they can receive, if they know where to look.
22 Veterans a day choose to fight their demons the only way they know how.
People, Businesses, and Organizations look to help veterans, but are often out of touch with those who truly need their support. Organizations are limited in the services they provide, so not all of a warrior’s needs are met in many cases. It is difficult for a single entity (e.g. a non-profit organization) to provide all of the resources another entity (e.g. veteran, caregiver, family member) might need.
The mission here is to revive the warrior spirit. “Improvise, Adapt, Overcome,” which is the unofficial slogan among Marines. This should be the mission of every warrior, regardless of branch, ethnicity, religion, service status, sexual orientation or political alignment.