There's hope for veterans facing Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, thanks to folks at Trinity Hospital.
Today, QC clergy members were trained to help veterans and their families deal with combat trauma.
They heard from folks who have seen war, like an army chaplain and organizations that help veterans every deal with PTSD.
It was all to get a better understanding of what many veterans are dealing with.
"Many of us don't understand the condition that some of these military people are coming back with and the stresses they're under and how it permeates the whole family," says Teri Johnson, President/Founder Jason's Box.
If someone you know is suffering from PTSD, encourage them to seek help through mental health centers.
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