Q&A PTSD Methodology
Who We Are
We provide employment ministries for every hero’s passion. Our golf ministry provides our heroes with a sense of appreciation from the golf community. Also, the Hero Golf Tour and Hero Days provides complimentary golf year around for our heroes. A powerful therapeutic service is when these heroes feel appreciated by society. We see golf as a powerful method to re-connect our Military to society and show appreciation for our First Responders.
Encountering the truth in the person of Jesus Christ means that all of us at Acts can work with passion in that truth of what heals our heroes.
Who qualifies for our free service?
All military veterans, active duty and first responders experiencing suicide ideation and their families are covered at zero cost.
There are many reasons why the mind of a hero begins to disconnect from civilian life after deployment or serving as first responders. Many who are suffering from PTSD are fearful of the repercussions and perceived social rejection. They are strong warriors that will fight to keep it internalized and eventually become introverted and possibly suicidal.
Why do they commit suicide?
Where can we find them?
We find them through friends, family, neighbors, community outreach, and promoting the cause through fundraising events.
Barriers to Veterans
Extended wait times at bases and VA hospitals
Distance from the nearest VA hospital
Lack of insurance coverage
Perceived negative impact of a mental health diagnosis appearing on their military record
Fear of judgment
NEVER stop any medications or current therapy without current psychiatric care and/or doctor approval. We, as Acts hero representatives, counselors, therapists, mentors, psychologists, and employees, are passionate about this vital cause. We are all driven to save our heroes. We work every day to expose this crisis and raise the funding to provide a powerful method that brings great purpose and life-changing hope to every patient/client.
How Can we help save them?
What is the Method of treatment?
We run a full clinical evaluation of the hero to diagnose their temperamental disposition, current professional care, suicide ideation risk, and then counsel them and their families. We take the hero from a place of depression, anxiety, and thoughts of worthlessness, to a place of discovering a purpose for the trauma. The PTSD hero is trained to become a certified lay-counselor and then we appoint other comrades with PTSD for the hero to mentor within the supervision of a pastoral counselor or senior counselor.