The nice thing about working with the National PTSD Service Association is we provide working dogs to veterans and first responders with PTSD. Despite common beliefs, a service dog is not a family pet—it is a high-skilled and trained dog with the American with Disabilities Act
(ADA), and a person requires a real disability to have one. Not only do veterans and first responders with PTSD benefit from the aid of their service dogs, but their families do as well.
Accompanied by his service dog, one husband has gone from isolation to winning volunteer of the year at his son’s elementary school. A service dog can mean a return to normalacy, but also a means of flourishing in society. With your continued support, we can provide 100 dogs to persons with PTSD, allowing them a chance to thrive. It takes $7500 and 2-4 months to train the handler and service dog, and a donation is one small step to changing a veteran’s or first responder’s life along with their families.
We appreciate your support, and we continue to go long and strong!
Be Part of the Mission, Learning More
By visiting our website, www.NationalPTSDServiceAssociation.org you can learn more about
the programs we offer, donate, or learn more about our training facility. Our organization is a social media forward company, and we can be reached via Facebook as well.
Any other questions can be emailed to me at: email@example.com. You can also call me at 941-961-5069. Wishing you and your family best wishes,
Where to Get Help for PTSD
Are you are in crisis? You have options:
Please note that the National Center for PTSD does not provide direct clinical care or individual referrals. We provide information to help you find local mental health services and information on trauma and PTSD.
More information is available at PTSD Care for Everyone.
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