At Ease USA currently serves Eastern and Central Nebraska but plans to serve even more individuals over time.
Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) of varying degrees of severity affects 12 to 20 percent of returnees from Iraq and 6 to 11 percent of returnees from Afghanistan. To date, 52,375 returnees have been seen in the VA for PTSD symptoms, according to the RPC. Recent GAO projections suggest PTSD may be under-reported by as much as 60% because soldiers are concerned that a PTSD diagnosis may limit or even end their military careers.
Thank you to the folks at KETV for inviting At Ease USA to be a part of their piece highlighting resources for veterans with PTSD. There are wonderful organizations in
As Veterans Day approaches, it is important to remember and acknowledge the service and sacrifice of our Nation's veterans. In war or peace, millions have answered the call to honorably serve their country. The sacrifices
Carlos and Hayley at Title Boxing combined for over 105 pushups to raise funds for At Ease USA, which provides PTSD treatment for active duty, veterans and their families. AEU