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Service Dogs for PTSD Veterans

The VA only provides service dogs for physical disabilities. But not all wounds are visible, including PTSD. Sign the Petition.

Health Care Should Not Be a Hurdle

While the lack of treatment coverage is a problem for families living with autism across the nation, military families face unique responsibilities and situations that can make life even harder for families already sacrificing to serve their country.

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Job Training for Homeless Veterans

You can make a difference by supporting programs that help veterans return to leading a normal life. Occupational therapy helps keep injuries such as the loss of a limb from preventing meaningful employment. Vocational training teaches new job skills and helps veterans apply skills they learned in the military to civilian life. While in transitional housing provided by these programs, formerly homeless veterans can receive further help with job preparedness, dressing for success, resume writing, interview skills, job search skills, and budgeting for life outside transitional housing. If veterans suffer from physical disabilities, these programs also provide further occupational therapy to help veterans achieve full rehabilitation and community reintegration.

Help homeless veterans get their lives back on track!

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