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Mission: PTSD/Hire Patriots Golf and Dinner Benefit

Support two great US Veteran causes & Play Golf too! 4th Annual Mission: PTSD/Hire Patriots Golf and Dinner  Olympia Hills Golf Club: October 5, 2013 Proceeds from this event will go to Patriotic Hearts, the 501c3 non-profit of which HirePatriots is a program. And to Mission: PTSD a retreat in Texas for the intensive treatment […]

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Video: Combat Vet Talks About PTSD

After attempting suicide in November of 2010 I decided to help fellow soldiers and their families by giving them advice on how to handle certain situations. In 2010, I attempted suicide while still in the Army.  This is just over a year after being back from Iraq.  It was just one day and I just […]

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PTSD: How HirePatriots Helps

HirePatriots is a popular program of the 501c3 non-profit Patriotic Hearts.  It focuses on giving US veterans and their spouses one day, part-time and full-time jobs all across America. – Here are a few ways that we help veterans who experience combat trauma. 1) Our One Day jobs are posted by patriotic citizens. All of […]

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How HirePatriots helped this Marine

Right out of high school, she joined the Marines and did really well.  She became a Sgt. after 4 years and then left to pursue her degree.  She was a junior in college and she loved her accounting classes.  She had just gotten married to a Marine and her husband was headed back to Iraq. She applied […]

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Are Vets Dangerous?

Yes, this is a charged question. But the media has made people, and especially Human Resource people and Hiring managers, ask themselves this question. – Let’s give them some good answers. I have worked with veterans with PTSD for a several decades. I was a counselor at a gated recovery center for Vietnam vets with […]

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To Every US GI & Vet: From a Christian

Thank you for your service to me and my country. I joined the Marines in ’67. But they discovered something that made me medically ineligible. — So I watched my buddies go off to Vietnam, while I stayed home and listened to too many people bad mouth them. — I joined the ministry and began […]

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