This project can reach up 44% of our veteran population not served by a large hospital because they live in rural areas.
San Antonio, Texas (PRWEB) July 17, 2009
Retired gulf war vet (4 tours in all) and now chairman and CEO of a vets and families charity http://www.hope4heroes.org is seeking support. hope4heroes is in dire need of an RV or bus for a national outreach that provides on the spot emergency aid and mobile PTSD and suicide prevention support platform. The need is now and it's huge. PTSD alone is hitting 300,000 and counting for just OIF/OEF veterans!
The giving environment is very, very hard. Hope4heroes takes a creative approach to serve those most in need, veterans with PTSD and at risk for suicide. The RV is a ground breaking program and will serve so many in need. This program started when the CEO retired in late 2005 as a 1st sgt helping heroes at BAMC. Vic Luebker says, "This project can reach up 44% of our veteran population not served by a large hospital because they live in rural areas."
He says, "Awareness is the key! The more people know about this project the more at risk members we save; exposure is the key".
Hope4heroes.org has sister groups that will provide free counseling, and are now ready to move forward once the mobile support platform is secured.
Hope4heroes.org does great things and can really hit the most underserved part of the vet population (rural areas coast to coast) with this platform and help slow the divorce rate and out of control suicide rates and deal with PTSD head on.
A big heart can do more than a big wallet!
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