Saluting Veterans Who Sacrifice For Our Freedom - Yet 22 Vets Commit Suicide Daily

Veterans 22

Helping Veterans with PTSD

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Our Purpose

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OUR VISION

They have given more than we can give back. 22 Veterans Commit Suicide Everyday. It is incumbent on us to ensure that not one Veteran should suffer.

OUR MISSION

 "PTSD No More": means that each and every Veteran with PTSD will have meaningful help in the near future. 

Our Product

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Online PLatform

 Our online platform provides personalized therapy through video calls and easy navigation through the VA system that is designed for veterans with PTSD who don’t have easy access to VA hospitals, Our online platform also provides features such as online group talks for each different war and set up meetings in real life. 

May 11 2019 was Veterans PTSD Awareness Day

City of Carmel Proclaimation

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WITH Mayor Brainard

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Mayor of Carmel makes proclamation at the behest of Renuka Bajpai, founder of Veterans22.org.

WITH GENERAL cOPES OF HVAF

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Donation of $2000 to Hoosier Veterans Association Foundation. More detail at Current in Carmel

Posting of the Colors Ceremony

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Carmel VFW Post 1003 Richard Leirer, Riley Hunton, Tim McNally,  Bob Beck, Steven McDaniel & Steve Wyatt present the colors.

The Star-Spangled Banner

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Circle City Sound's  Barbershop Chorus sing "The Star-Spangled Banner" 

WITH SARGEANT ANDERSON OF THE NATIONAL GUARD

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Donated of $500 to Wounded Warrior Project.  More detail at Current in Carmel