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Nonprofit Overview

Causes: Military & Veterans Organizations, Veterans

Target demographics: combat veterans

Direct beneficiaries per year: 300 combat veterans.

Geographic areas served: areas nationwide

Programs: Neurofeedback and psychological processing for the treatment of PTSD.

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Rating: 5

As a Marine Corps Veteran, I have seen first hand the passion and compassion of how fantastic this organization is. They have an extremely high level of success assisting our War Veterans who are diagnosed with PTSD...and they do it Free of Charge!

One diagnosed with PTSD can expect a series of treaments and working with professionals, they'll uncover the primary trigger that is the core issues troubling one with PTSD. Then with counceling, learn how to handle their spefic needs, understand what triggers their underlying issues. They can then understand, control, and anticipate situations that will allowing them to live a more complete, full, and normal life. Visit their website, there's a lot fo good information to read or share with someone who needs assistance... www.azptsd.org

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Rating: 5

Duane Knutsoon and his organization are absolutely amazing, dedicated to helping veterans in a way that I've never seen before. Duane- also called "Doc" by his friends- has a tireless commitment to the organization, and is a deeply connected member of his community. I've partnered with them to document a Golf Charity event, and it couldn't have been more fun, more meaningful, or more effective in any way. Absolutely fantastic organization-



Rating: 5

The United States War Veterans PTSD Foundation is truly helping our service men and women by offering their support, medical advice, care and hope for what is in my opinion one of the most disabling traumas for a veteran. Post Traumatic Stress needs to be addressed by the people of the United States. This trauma is not going away and it is affecting more and more people as we learn more about this trauma disorder. Please support this foundation in it's efforts to help our military veterans. Our veterans are our brothers, sisters, father's, mother's, aunt, uncles, nieces, nephews, and friends, the people that matter most in our lives. - Grace Alvarez, Chandler, AZ