When a vet saves a child, the child saves a vet.

In the final phase of Project 360º veterans find closure through atonement, by helping a child victim of war to rebuild their life. Through this process, vets learn to redefine PTSD. Instead of sedating symptoms with VA prescribed drugs, they learn to accept trauma as a natural state of emotion they should feel, until they choose to take action toward resolving it. In short: when a veteran heals a child, the child heals the veteran.

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U.S. Dept. of Veterans Affairs:

Verified data comprised of 55 million veteran medical records, released by the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, indicating an average of 20 veteran suicides per day.


National Journal of Medicine:

The medical publication’s clinical report on combat-related guilt, as a significant predictor for veteran suicide.


BBC Investigative Report:

The international news agency reports more than one-quarter of children living in war-zones suffer the same chronic PTSD symptoms as combat veterans.