Veteran Loses House to House Jacker

I spoke with a Lady Veteran who struggles with getting her benefits that she has earned.  She has had to find her Veteran son who was kicked out on the street and made homeless by a man who Hijacks houses from unsuspecting Veterans and no one has caught him yet.  She told me this story and I picked my jaw off the floor after I heard it.  There are people taking advantage of our Military Veterans all across American and we can’t stand for it anymore… These people need our help… Please read her story.

Dotty Fowler

My only grandson has a dad that is a disabled Army Veteran, my oldest son. I gave my son my mobile home and went west to Utah. He lost the house and then his car because he has PTSD and physical injuries too and cannot defend himself so he lost the car and house. He delivers Pizza for Mama Mia’s and so I moved 1700 miles to help and now I drive with him on his deliveries four nights a week. We need help getting his car and house back. If just 500 people donated $20 the task would be done. Please help my wounded warrior. Then I need to take him to the VA and appeal their wrongly informed decision to give him only $130 in disability per month. He is in pain as he delivers these wonderful pizzas!!!!

She setup a GoFundMe account asking for donations but hasn’t gotten the response needed.

We are now helping these Veterans earn an income from 2KonnectKares.org and the 2KHeroesScholarship Program.  We are asking that you help us help her and her son. 

Please donate today and we will help them earn the income needed…

PTSD: 7 Reasons Why Suffering Veterans Aren’t Receiving Proper Help

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1. Lack of Awareness– A portion of the general public are unaware of the disorder and the effect it has on people. The public needs to be further educated on the effects PTSD has on the brain and   the struggles veterans face on a daily basis while living with PTSD.

2. Lack of Desire– About 60 percent of veterans who suffer from PTSD do not seek help. This is due   to a variety of factors such as self-denile, embarrassed, pride, fear of being labeled, and fear of discussing the traumatic situation.

3. VA Hospitals– The VA hospitals are too understaffed to handle the influx of veterans seeking help, therefore leaving many with no where to turn to.

4. Flawed Compensation– The amount of compensation a veteran suffering from PTSD receives is determined by a VA accessor, assessing how impaired they are. They base it off the GAF or Global Assessment…

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Army Vet’s Suicide Protests Lack Of Veteran Administration Benefits

Gloria Christie Reports

By Gloria Christie on May 13, 2015

.Soldiers Die - Lack Of Verteran Administration Benefits. photoblog.com http://www.examiner.com/article/tiny-guam-mourning-loss-of-2-soldiers-killed-afghanistanAnother brother dies needlesly. RIP.

Suicide Due To Poor Veteran Administration Benefits

Murphy drove to the regional office prepared with a suicide note and a gun. A few minutes before he shot himself, he emailed that note to his siblings. In the email Murphy said, “his arthritis was getting worse,” and he sarcastically“thanked” the VA for not helping him.

The veteran wrote that he, “can no longer afford to pay [his] rent.” Murphy noted he had contacted the New Timespreviously about “homelessness and affordable housing problems in Phoenix.”

The veteran was frustrated…

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