More mental health programs are becoming available for soldiers with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder in North Texas.
Wired PR News – Veterans in North Texas and their families have a new resource to turn to for help with dealing with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PSTD). As reported by CBS 11 News, Operation Healthy Reunions, a part of Mental Health America of Greater Dallas, is providing free screening support for soldiers who may be dealing with PSTD. Assistance is available for those who make less than $100,000 per year.
Greg Zarbo, who is Program Director for the Mental Health America Greater Dallas organization, is quoted in the CBS 11 report as stating, “”Even if the soldiers are still over there the families over here are experiencing some of the problems of dealing with families alone with the military personal gone.”
As noted in the report, individuals who wish to contact Operation Healthy Reunions of the Mental Health America of Greater Dallas can do so by calling (214) 871-2420 ext. 117 or 110, or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. Their local address is 624 N. Good Latimer, Suite 200 in Dallas.