She talks about how the Camaraderie Foundation provides Post 9/11 Active-Duty Military, Veterans, and Families with the resources needed to help heal the invisible wounds of war through:
- Community Building
The Camaraderie Foundation doesn’t care about the character of your discharge, how long you served, or if you served in combat — they are here to fill gaps and provide any Veteran with the resources needed to get back on their feet and in control of their lives.
They don’t even discriminate towards extended family members such as girlfriends, boyfriends, cousins, aunts, uncles — if the support system needs help, they have their backs because they believe that only through a strong support system can Active-duty Military and Veterans truly heal and overcome.
They are also highly collaborative with a network of other resources and organizations available to serve those Veterans that don’t fall into the Post 9/11 era. Organizations like Veterans Counseling Veterans are aligned with the Camraderie Foundation and together they make up for where the other lacks.
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