With less than 7% of our country having served in uniform, we are currently faced with a significant civilian-military divide. In this context, rates of veteran suicide, untreated PTSD, substance use, and homelessness continue to rise.
When people are struggling, it is often those around them who are the first to recognize that something is not right. Before PsychArmor was established, those friends, families, neighbors, and co-workers had no place to go for support on how to effectively support a veteran.
PsychArmor Institute is here to bridge that gap and help every American serve those who served.