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One of America's foremost veterans service organizations, AMVETS (or American Veterans) has a proud history of assisting veterans and sponsoring numerous programs that serve our country and its citizens.
HAND2HAND CONTACT provides outstanding, cutting-edge training to your employees, clinicians, faculty, staff, officers, or team that will be immediately useful in helping them understand, work with, and care for today's veterans.
Offers one of the most comprehensive online directories of military resources and information featuring over 10,000 pages with thousands of valuable links. One area of focus is connecting top corporations and government employers with viable candidates from the military community. There is something for everyone, including columns of interest, news, jobs, directories, education benefits and much more. MilitaryConnection.com has put forth significant effort, energy and resources to making this web site the number one destination for active military, military members in transition, retirees, veterans and their families. When the next tour is back home, its on www.MilitaryConnection.com
Military Report is the most comprehensive military benefits and quality-of-life newsletter for military personnel and retirees. Make sure that you and your colleagues subscribe for this free update publication.
The topics covered in this website include the symptoms, diagnosis, and treatment of PTSD; Recognition of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder as an anxiety disorder that produces some of the examples of the following: Anger and Depression; Isolation - "the world of PTSD", and difficulty living with spouse or partner.
RecruitMilitary is veteran-owned, veteran-operated, and veteran-advised. RecruitMilitary is the largest producer of veteran opportunity expos in the country; we have a growing job board; and we publish Search & Employ, a bimonthly print magazine for military job seekers.
Our mission is to provide employment, training and related educational services to all facets of the community, especially Veterans, regardless of thier station in life. Also, to provide social and human services, counseling and referrals to less fortunate clients experiencing barriers in finding thier way into the mainstream of society.
Although this web site was created for ex-servicemen and women who think they are suffering from PTSD, it has become very apparent over the past few years that anyone who suffers from PTSD can and have been gaining benefit from visiting and using this website's resources. The aim is to get total recognition of PTSD and especially help and support for everyone.