Encouragement & Hope

Update on RESTORING HOPE

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At Victory For Veterans, our goal is RESTORING HOPE and reducing suicide through proactive measures such as employment, housing and health initiatives.  Our newest program, the IT Apprenticeship, has over 300 Veterans in the program, learning new IT skills and on their way to a better future.  Lack of employment accounts for over 20% of […]

Health

IT and Wellness Clinics

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Jeff Olson in, The Slight Edge, says, “The formula for success is quite simple: Double your rate of … “ FAILURE!”   What? are you serious?   Yes, and why is that? Cuz we know when we fail we learn so much… and then success is just around the next bend… or after our next […]

Addictions

FREEDOM ~~~ has a cost!

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FREEDOM in this great country is an awesome and highly sought after from around the globe!  Why?  Well I think we all know why, because the opposite is quite dismal! BUT, are we as a country ready to pay the price of freedom? Many say the first price should be caring for the soldiers who […]

Health

PTSD Resources

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We recently came across another great resource for any struggling with PTS and wanted to get this information out as soon as possible.  Take a look: Taking Control of Your Trauma: A Guide to PTSD Treatment https://www.betterhelp.com/advice/ptsd/taking-control-of-your-trauma-a-guide-to-ptsd-treatment/ This not only has great general information about this mental health disorder, but it also sheds light on […]

Addictions

Eat Healthy

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How to change your ways for the better and live longer and more healthy: A friend of mine told me of her father who lost his wife (her mother) and was determined to not end his life as she had; with dementia and other severe challenges.  Her father asked how to change and she gave […]

Depression

HBOT and TBI

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TRAUMATIC BRAIN INJURY’s CURE? Veterans Study Reports Reduction in Suicide Ideation after HBOT Original source: LSU Health Sciences Center New Orleans Leslie Capo lcapo@lsuhsc.edu October 19, 2017 A pilot case control study of veterans of the US armed forces with mild traumatic brain injury (TBI) or persistent post-concussion syndrome (PPCS), with or without post-traumatic stress disorder […]

Anxiety

Traumatic Brain Injury

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by Guest Author: Victoria Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) in the military is different than Traumatic Brain Injury with civilians in some key ways. While both can cause similar physiological damage, and can produce identical signs and symptoms, there is some evidence that there is a higher incidence of emotional trauma following a Military TBI. Additionally, […]

Addictions

Teacher Slams the Military, Rebuttal Here

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We are happy to provide this blog for you. Come often to get news. Come often to get refreshed. Come often to get encouraged, and find hope. This is mostly for the military who have done Military sacrifice of their time and even their lives for our country.  You can subscribe to get all future post […]