PTSD Treatment: A Veteran’s Perspective on Medical Marijuana. It’s time for the federal government to step up to the plate and allow our Veterans to choose for themselves the treatment they desire! Over 22 Veterans commit suicide EVERY Day! Enough is ENOUGH! Listen to what one veteran has to say about his choice.
Below are the answers to some questions about PTSD that are often asked by Veterans and their families.Continue reading→
The opportunities in the Medical Marijuana & Legal Cannabis industry is just exploding and now our Military Veterans can take advantage of these opportunities! Here we feature Oaksterdam University which offers their “Freedom Fighter Scholarship Fund“ where you can learn and get certified in the Legal Cannabis industry.
To get involved with the incredible opportunities in this emerging industry we have developed and launched MarijuanaCaterers.comwhich is a company that specializes in a gourmet line of edibles featuring both THC and/or CBD only food products created by some of the nation’s TOP Chefs & Caterers in the states that currently offer either Medical Marijuana to those people that seek relief from a wide range of diseases and ailments including PTSD, Depression, Anxiety, Epilepsy just to name a few!
One of our featured sponsors include Sandals Resorts Military Discounts for our U.S. & Canadian Military Veterans, Active Duty, their spouses and families, watch this episode for all the details!
SAN DIEGO (NEWS 8) — Are you taking a day to enjoy Christmas with your family?
Johan Engman decided the best way to spend Christmas Day is with our veterans.
Johan is the founder & owner of Rise & Shine Restaurant Group and along with Dara Morgan, a representative from Wounded Warrior Project San Diego stopped by Morning Extra to share more about the tradition of giving back.
TruConnectDirect will be at the GoHireAVet‘s “Military Jobs, Careers, Business Opportunities & Support Services Expo” at the Stone Brewing World Bistro & Gardens – Liberty Station happening in early January 2018, Seating is limited ~ you must Click Here to RSVP!
GoHireAVet is seeking Brand Ambassadors locally here in San Diego to help us in providing FREE iPhones & Android Smart Phones to Homeless & Struggling Military Veterans!
GET A FREE IPHONE OR ANDROID SMART CELLPHONE , 100 MB OF DATA AND UNLIMITED TEXTING AND CALLS! (WIFI ELIGIBLE).
The Department of Veterans Affairs Enhanced-Use Lease Program (EUL) is an important component of both VA’s mission to end Veteran homelessness and the departments overall asset management program.
Through this program, VA out-leases underutilized real estate under its jurisdiction or control to the private sector for up to 75 years for the purpose of developing supportive housing for homeless and at risk Veterans and their families.
Through this innovative portfolio management tool, Veterans are provided with an expanded range of services that would not otherwise be available on medical center campuses.
Study of nearly 4,000 Veterans in the Army Chemical Corps between 1965 and 1973
By Stephanie Green Eber, MPH Health Science Specialist – Epidemiology Program VA Office of Patient Care
Tuesday, November 29, 2016
VA researchers found a link between service-related occupational exposure to herbicides and high blood pressure (hypertension) risk among U.S. Army Chemical Corps (ACC) Veterans, a group of Veterans assigned to do chemical operations during the Vietnam War. Researchers also found an association between military service in Vietnam and hypertension risk among these Veterans.Continue reading→
The Veterans Day Parade San Diego by IAVA (Iraq Afghanistan Veterans of America) was a great event showcasing not only the incredible support of our country’s great armed forces service personnel and the military community as a whole, especially here in San Diego, California.
IAVA is the leading voice of Iraq and Afghanistan veterans in Washington and communities nationwide. Led by veterans, our non-partisan advocacy work ensures that Iraq and Afghanistan veterans and their families are supported, protected and never forgotten. Since 2004, IAVA has been a juggernaut in Washington, creating
and driving the national conversation on issues ranging from Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) to women veteran issues to veteran unemployment. IAVA’s dedicated staff in Washington, D.C. leads this work, advocating on behalf of our members daily. We also train our member veterans to be powerful advocates for their community.Continue reading→