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“IF YOU WANT TO KNOW HOW A NATION VALUES IT PEOPLE ,                            LOOK TO HOW IT TREATS IT VETERAN'S”                              

The Veterans National Recovery Center is a charity that works to educate the public on issues concerning veterans’ health care that have fallen through the cracks. We speak for those with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), Military Sexual Trauma (MST), Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) that often cannot advocate themselves. Suicides among veterans are strongly correlated with these military disabilities. Your donation allows us to reach out.

We orchestrate Veterans Black Armband Day for PTSD, in honor of PTSD casualty Richard Miles is every March 23. We use it to educate the public and legislators on the importance of making residential psychiatric beds available to sufferers with PTSD, MST and TBI.

We also are working to create a national burn treatment center using revolutionary stem cell technology. Six percent of combat wounds come from burns that are often massive. They are the worst of the worst. Conventional stem cell therapy does not work well on burns because there is often no skin remaining to trigger the stem cells. We are working with a Swiss firm that has perfected a stem cell technology that will bridge this gap.

Reality for helping these vets comes with your gift, which is also tax exempt. Please give NOW! Even a small amount helps!

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