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 made by many cannot be fully measured, nor can the sacrifices made by their families.
On behalf of the At Ease USA Board of Directors I want to thank you for your generous support of At Ease USA. Because of you, we have been able to work with our service partners to provide treatment to veterans, their families, and loved ones impacted by Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). We’ve also been able to fund several clinical trials of PTSD with our partner, Creighton University. Together, we have raised the level of awareness of PTSD’s impact on our nation’s Veterans.
Thank you, and God bless our Veterans and the United States of America.
President, Board of Directors
At Ease USA
At Ease USA supports active military, veterans and their families and loved ones with confidential, research-supported, cost-effective treatment for Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD).
At Ease USA currently serves Eastern and Central Nebraska but is expanding services throughout the state in 2021!
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At Ease USA Luncheon Postponed to 2021 At Ease is disappointed to announce that we are postponing the 2020 At Ease luncheon on November 10th. It was a difficult decision and one that we did not take lightly. Because the event brings approximately 500 people together, we did not feel that we would be…