June is “National Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder Awareness Month”, and is intended to raise public awareness about issues related to PTSD, reduce the stigma associated with PTSD, and help ensure that those suffering from the invisible wounds of war receive proper treatment.
It's important for civilians to be aware of how PTSD affects many in our military. It's good for all of us to be knowledgeable, sensitive and ready to help if we can. Stillwater Ranch is well aware of this issue and we take it into consideration whenever we create new programs and events. At the same time, we don't focus on diagnoses, acronyms, or labels that often keep people stuck and hopeless. Instead, we are here to guide and support people as they work through their issues (PTSD or others) to not only feel better but actually BE better. As people transform struggle into strength at Stillwater Ranch, the impact is widespread from the individual to their families and out into their communities. As a nation, we are better when our Veterans are stronger, healthier, and happier. At Stillwater Ranch, Veterans have a variety of
ways and opportunities to work through their "stuff" individually, as a family, and with other Veterans in a safe space that's just for them.
Would you like to be a part of somebody's transformation story at the ranch?