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.
Yesterday was the eighth annual At Ease USA luncheon. Thank you to Col. Jill Morgenthaler for her inspirational speech. What an amazing woman! Thank you also to KETV and all of
Lisa’s story is one only a mother can share. Released on Mother’s Day 2017, Lisa tells the story of her son, Dillion Naslund, and how he served and struggled. A
Posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is a debilitating psychiatric condition that is common in veterans returning from combat operations. While the symptoms of PTSD have been extensively characterized, the neural mechanisms