From the Omaha World Herald 4.16.17
Adam Armstrong knows about conflict – the global kind and the internal kind.
“I went through some struggles, especially when I came off active duty.”
A veteran of the U.S. Air Force, Adam thrived on the purpose and structure that four years of active duty provided – and he spiraled without them.
“When I came home and I disconnected and lost that sense of mission, that’s what really led to a lot of my drinking and alcohol abuse,” he says.
The airman’s awakening came in the form of a car wreck, which led to a call to Alcoholics Anonymous and outreach that connected him with fellow veterans facing the same struggles.
At Ease USA supports active military, veterans and their families and loved ones with confidential, research-supported, cost-effective treatment for post-traumatic stress (PTSD) and related disorders.
At Ease USA currently serves Eastern and Central Nebraska but plans to serve even more individuals over time.
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
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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