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Practitioners and Veteran Hero’s: Sebastian Skinner and Spike Bywater as
they demonstrate the healing benefits of Warm Water Therapy to assist in
the healing process of Post Traumatic Stress

Aquatic Therapy Help For Veterans

Aquatic Therapy Help For Veterans With PTSD In San Diego Operation
American Dream Appearance

Suicide Data Report, 2012

Department of Veterans Affairs
Mental Health Services
Suicide Prevention Program Click Here to download the PDF Report 
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June 15, 2015 – Veteran of War

Lets take a step into the shoes of a soldier with PTSD  …Meet Tom.

Drugged up, clearly unaware of all that was in front of him and just stepping foot off the flight from Iraq, Tom enters a world that is unfamiliar to him.  Any loud noise triggers an internal alarm making him believe he is not back in a safe and loving environment but under attack.  His reality was just one of bloodshed, explosive devices, yelling and survival…

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 February 12th, 2015 – President Signs Clay Hunt “SAV” Act Into Law

This new suicide prevention law is named in honor of Clay Hunt, an extraordinary young  decorated Marine who served with distinction in Iraq and Afghanistan.

Clay Hunt SAV Act

President Barack Obama signs the Clay Hunt Suicide Prevention for American Veterans Act during a signing ceremony in the East Room of the White House, Feb. 12, 2015. (Official White House Photo by Chuck Kennedy)

Clay Hunt Suicide Prevention for American Veterans Act builds on efforts still in progress to improve Veterans Affairs mental-healthcare access by:

• Requiring annual third-party evaluations of VA’s mental-healthcare and suicide-prevention programs
• Creating a centralized website with resources and information about the range of mental-health services available from the VA
• Conducting a three-year pilot program using peer support to assist veterans transitioning from active duty
• Encouraging collaborative suicide-prevention efforts between the VA and non-profit mental-health organizations

To learn more about the Clay Hunt Suicide Prevention for American Veterans Act – Click Here