We’re thrilled to share two recent news stories about one of our 200+ projects, The Pathway Home, a unique program that supports veterans as they return home to their families and communities. Studies show that 1 in 7 soldiers returning from war will experience Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), which can manifest in alcoholism, violence, or even suicide. To combat the long-lasting effects of the trauma of war, The Pathway Home has helped more than 200 veterans from all over the United States through a blend of clinical therapies, physical and mental health wellness programs, educational and volunteer opportunities, and community-based support. As one participant shares, The Pathway Home literally helped “save his life.”
Take a look at this story from MSNBC:
You can also view a related story on local television station KTVU.
For more information and ways to support the program, please visit The Pathway Home’s website.