Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day: Honoring Our Veterans

Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day: Honoring Our Veterans

National Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day is commemorated every year to honor the brave individuals who lost their lives on December 7, 1941. Those who survived the Japanese attack carried on the legacy of the brothers and sisters they lost, but not without the physical...
Addiction and Trauma Therapy for Florida Veterans

Addiction and Trauma Therapy for Florida Veterans

Many veterans return from military service bearing scars they didn’t have before, but not all scars are physical. For some, the trauma they endured follows them home. It may even push them to use drugs and alcohol to cope. Unfortunately, substance abuse can cause...
The Warning Signs of Mental Illness in Veterans

The Warning Signs of Mental Illness in Veterans

It can sometimes be difficult to tell the difference between going through a rough patch vs the warning signs of mental illness. Part of the issue is that these signs can be subtle or exhibited in unexpected ways. However, it’s important to address concerning...
5 Things You Need to Know for PTSD Awareness Month

5 Things You Need to Know for PTSD Awareness Month

This June is the United States Department of Veterans Affairs’ (VA) Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) Awareness Month, and that makes this the perfect time to share information about PTSD. Whether you’re a veteran experiencing PTSD yourself, your loved...
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