(EMAILWIRE.COM, September 03, 2015 ) Houston, Texas -- Doc Houston Vetter, PhD (DocResults) from the Feel Better Institute has decided, because of the current situation with Veterans in the United States and all the random violence against the police, to do what he can to honor as many defenders and 1st Responders as possible by providing Free PTSD help for those who are not getting the help they feel they need; including veterans, military persons, police, fire and all 1st responders.
For the last few years the problem and failure of veterans getting
About Free PTSD help for Veterans and other 1st Responders.
According to the Huffington Post, Scott Davis, a program specialist at the VA's Health Eligibility Center in Atlanta provided HuffPost with an April 2015 report titled "Analysis of Death Services," which reviews the accuracy of the VA's veteran death records. The report was conducted by staffers in the VA Health Eligibility Center and the VA Office of Analytics.
There is a minimum of 22 veteran's suicides each and every day or one every 65 minutes according to the United States Department of Veterans Affairs. And CNN reports, "A recent analysis found a Suicide rate among veterans of about 30 per 100,000 population per year, compared with the civilian rate of 14 per 100,000." And the news is full of reports of random and senseless violence, even murder against our police.
According to Doc Vetter, he may not be able to Help all the veterans but he is willing to help as many veterans, military persons, police, fire and 1st responders as possible. And in honor of their service and sacrifice he is willing to do it at no charge. If he can stop one more veteran or those that serve and protect from suffering or death he will feel as if he is thanking all defenders and 1st responders.
About Feel Better Institute:
Feel Better Institute helps people with that one nagging thing that if it could change, it would make everything in the person's life better?
For over 25 years the Feel Better Institute has been educating, developing programs and mentoring people how to feel better in all areas of life from the physical, mental, emotional to the spiritual. Like so many clients are fond of saying, "If you want to feel better call Dr. Vetter."
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