PTSD Awareness

"The Decision Hour" Interview of what we are all about...

What to do if Triggered

How PTSD Feels

How to relax and center yourself, anywhere.

It's never too early (or late) to get good coping habits in motion. These, combined with regular battle buddy check ins and counseling, can ensure a smoother and thus happier life. We will show you a wealth of resources to change your PTSD perspective.

Breathe in your nose and out of your mouth. Slow your breathing to 5 seconds in and 5 seconds out. Drink Ice water. Get away from situation you have been triggered in. Distract your mind from the situation that triggered you. 


To ensure a healthy lifetime of learning ones triggers and knowing all the coping tools you have at your disposal, we educate each person about the importance of maintaining their health, mental and physical. They'll leave knowing a lot of information, tips, and tricks that will keep them oriented and able to deal with PTSD.

 Teaching the World

about PTSD

How to Succeed with PTSD

​​​Vets Crisis Hotline (800) 273-8255                VA Vet Centers (516) 348-0088 (631) 661-3930                  VA National Caregivers Support 1 (855) 424 3274

              VA National Call Center for Homeless Veterans 1 (877) 424-3838                       VA National Women Veterans Hotline  1(855) 829-6636