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PTSD & Mental Health Articles & Links

Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and other mental health issues impact those who serve and their loved ones. PTSD may result in anxiety and depression.  PTSD and other mental health issues are not always as obvious as physical injuries. They can be challenging even for mental health professionals to recognize and diagnose. Often PTSD and other mental health issues do not appear immediately. Mental health issues and PTSD are very serious and frightening for soldiers and their loved ones. They are as real as any physical injuries. is delighted to be working with an extraordinary organization, Give an Hour. is a non-profit organization dedicated to meeting the mental health needs of our troops and their loved ones who are affected by mental health issues and Post Traumatic Stress Disorders. This organization has amassed a network of over 1700 mental healthcare professionals to offer pro bono treatment. 

The idea is for each mental health professional to donate one hour of treatment once a week to address mental health issues such as anxiety, depression, post-traumatic stress disorder, loss and grieving, the fears associated with having a loved one deploy or the adjustment to coming home.  Dr. Barbara Romberg is the founder of Her goal is to build a network of thousands of mental health professionals to serve the mental health needs of the military community. is proud to partner with this noble organization to improve the quality of life for those who serve and their loved ones. We will be featuring articles and resources about PTSD and mental health issues.  Our goal is to become your “go-to” website for resources and information on the important issues and subjects that are important. is your one stop resource center for PTSD and mental health information and resources.

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11/25/2009HTMLFace of Defense: Wife Succeeds Husband on Deployment
11/23/2009HTMLMilitary Experiment Seeks To Predict PTSD
11/6/2009HTMLWomen In Arms - A Combat Role, and Anguish, Too
11/4/2009HTMLA Groundbreaking Court Decision for Vets with PTSD
10/2/2009HTMLWalter Reed using practice to treat PTSD
9/1/2009HTMLVA Suicide Prevention
8/14/2009HTMLArmy Releases July Suicide Data
6/1/2009HTMLFort Campbell training soldiers to prevent suicide
4/28/2009HTMLStressed soldiers lack support, ex-chaplain maintains
3/27/2009PDFSuicide Prevention
1/12/2009HTMLWhen Mommy Comes Marching Home
1/12/2009HTMLArmy uses adventure activities to fight PTSD
1/12/2009HTMLWar Vets With Headaches Could Have Brain Problems
1/12/2009HTMLLinks between PTSD, substance abuse explored
1/8/2009HTMLPTSD victim booted for ‘misconduct’
12/17/2008HTMLFor troops and the military system trying to help them, traumatic brain injury is new territory
11/14/2008HTMLBattle of the Mind - Some Burdens of War Folllow Veterans
11/13/2008HTMLCalifornia Veterans Mental Health
11/13/2008HTMLPsychoanalysts to Launch Soldiers and Veterans Initiative on Veterans' Day to Address Growing Mental Health Crisis
11/7/2008HTMLCat soothes PTSD for Vietnam veteran
11/4/2008HTMLMental toll of war hitting female servicemembers
11/4/2008HTMLFamily Safety: A Significant Concern for Returning Veterans and Their Families
11/3/2008HTML1st Responders Trained to Spot Troubled Vets
10/23/2008HTMLPost traumatic Stress Disorder: A Chronological Account
9/18/2008HTMLSeeking Mental Health Help Shows Courage, Officials Say
8/28/2008HTMLThe Military Health System Blog
8/8/2008HTMLThe Incoming Tide of Veteran Suicides
8/1/2008HTMLNew Research Examines Physical Effects of PTSD
7/29/2008HTMLImproving Care for America’s Wounded Warriors
7/22/2008HTMLChief says Army needs to replicate Bliss PTSD Program

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