|FELLOW COMBAT VETERANS WILLING TO TALK AND LISTEN
If you need assistance, or just want to have someone who
will listen and understand what you are going through as a Vietnam Veteran; then, e-mail
these volunteer veterans below. All of them are combat veterans of the Vietnam War;
each has gone through their own readjustment period. Now, they wish to help their
brother veterans "come home" again. They offer no doctrines, only heart
felt advice and an understanding that can only come from those who have been there.
We offer this service for free. We are not professionals and this should not be
substituted for that need. But, for those who need to reach out, we are here for
you. Choose whomever you wish to e-mail. By following the linked names below
you will find a short bio and e-mail address for each of our support network members.
Your message will be responded to. We ask nothing in return from you.
You will never be asked for any donations or to join any organizations. You have
already paid your dues by being a Veteran! You are our brothers and we are here for
Volunteer To Be A
Support Network Member
Veterans In Need Of Assistance
Book for applying for PTSD
This is a reference manual for
military veterans as well as for
medical and professional Service
information on Post-Traumatic
Stress Disorder (PTSD), and how to
apply for a disability relating to
PTSD. Sources for research and
blank application forms are
provided, as well as a
comprehensive personal worksheet.
In addition, the disability
process is explained in detail.
Instructions on how to submit a
“stress letter” are included, and
a separate section is provided
dealing with current medications
and treatment methods.
Viet Nam, 100%
disabled with PTSD History of anger,
drugs, alcohol, suicidal ideation
U.S. Army, Vietnam
877-476-3710 Toll Free
not home, leave a message. Greg or
Don Avey will get back to you.
U.S. Air force -
PTSD ALLIANCE VOLUNTEERS
following are volunteers who are
willing to talk to you and give you
volunteers are not professionals.
We are not medical doctors,
lawyers, or psychiatric
professionals. We cannot
diagnose but we can help provide
insight to your situation, befriend
you, and if possible help find
professional help in your area.
Most volunteers have experienced the
same or similar traumas to yours.
We are here to help.
can not guarantee anything other
you seek help is when you stop being
a victim and become victimized.
of the Vietnam War
of Vets Support
THAT OFFER SUPPORT
veteran and PTSD survivor
Rev. Dorothy Mackey:
of STAAAMP (Suvivors
Take Action Against Abuse by
NATIONAL HOT LINES
Rape, Abuse and Incest National
National Suicide Hotline
If this is a medical/or mental
emergency or if you are in danger
- call 911