Saturday, March 14, 2015

Purdue Veteran Seeks Input for PTSD Program Under Development - Survey

Dear Fellow Veterans:

The military taught us to never leave a fallen comrade. Yet, millions of our fellow service men and women from the Korean and Vietnam Wars to the Gulf War and post-9/11 war eras are being left behind with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). 83% of those that are afflicted with PTSD have either not been diagnosed or do not receive treatment. Every day, they suffer alone in silence with the invisible wounds of war. Every day 22 veterans commit suicide.

Veterans with PTSD need our help. Thanks to endorsement and support from GallantFew, this survey is being sent to thousands of you as a step in developing new programs to help our fellow veterans that are suffering. If you would like to help, please take the survey by clicking on the link below. Your feedback will help ensure that our comrades get the care they need and are not left behind.

Thank you in advance for your help.

Jeff Decker

U.S. Army, 2nd Ranger Battalion (2004-2008)
Purdue University EBV Class of 2014

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