“Faces of PTSD”


Veteran Suicide Crisis

US Military Veterans end their life by suicide at a much greater frequency than non-veterans. What can we do to be there for veterans who are in the depths of despair? We can start by educating veterans and their support network on what PTSD looks like in action.

“Faces of PTSD” are short prime-time quality movies that are an effective step in alerting veterans, families, and their support network to be on the watch for the signs of the veteran struggle. There is help when they know to ask.

Conversational Healing

Words can heal. Compassion conveyed through thoughtful listening and reflection has proven to move Veterans towards health. The purpose of these movies is to do just that. Show veterans and others that healing is in their future. It begins with simply knowing the issue exists in their lives.

Success Leads Success

Veterans can teach the pathways of success through exploring their own success with other veterans. “Let me tell you how I made it through.” “Faces of PTSD” episodes are to show one veteran’s story of struggle and an approach to recovery.

Showing Success

Veterans find success when mentored direction, community support, and personal effort are maximized. VETERAN TODAY works to coordinate all three.
Below is the VT theme song written by the VT Director about his own life and challenges with PTSD and is the inspiration for the movie series.

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