World Mental Health Day - October 10th -- Chosen for PTSD Benefit
To help other veterans, the Johns Creeks Veterans Association partnered with the Birdwell Foundation and World Chamber of Commerce for the inaugural “No One Heals Alone” Benefit Gala at the Fox Theater in Atlanta, Georgia. The event is timely; October 10 is World Mental Health Day.
Click below to see the video and read the full story on CBS46.com. Hear how Birdwell Foundation intervention prevented Roger Marshall from committing suicide like too many other veterans with PTSD and get his life back on track ... in Roger's own words. Discover more about how the Birdwell Foundation is helping our veterans.
Video and full news story by Bobeth Yates on CBS46.com: WGCL-TV (Meredith Corporation) --
Thank you, CBS-46 for your commitment to helping veterans!
Roger Marshall is now National Outreach Director for the Birdwell Foundation engaged daily in saving the lives of his fellow warriors and other PTSD suffers. More lives will be saved as proceeds of the event help Birdwell programs reach more people with PTSD injury with messages of hope, hands-on assistance, proven recovery programs, and guidance from Almighty God.
The Birdwell Foundation for PTSD can help you and your loved one, too, recover and move forward with a renewed, productive and rewarding life with restored relationships. See the "About" messages and more on BirdwellFoundation.org and discover your hope for healing. Or call the phone lines.
Crisis intervention is only a phone call away. The numbers are below at the bottom of the page. The lines are manned 24/7.
"We got your six!"
Editorial addition --
The next Benefit Gala will be on March 19, 2021 at the St. Regis Hotel in Atlanta, GA. Learn more on this link and Join us!
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