During my 22 days of 22 pushups (in remembrance of the terrible statistic that 22 of our veterans commit suicide a day) I was looking to find organizations that are local, active, and successful in providing hope for our veterans that are struggling with PTSD. That's when I found Camp Hope and actively researched what they do... I'm impressed and I'm going to support these folks. Will you join me? Just one $30 donation provides the tools necessary to help one veteran and their family get the help that we provide. Will you be a part of helping me and my team provide for 30 veterans as we run a tough mudder? -Shea Rouser More about Camp Hope: http://ptsdusa.org/camp-hope/ The Camp Hope staff is a unique team of combat veterans and civilian pastoral staff trained in working with victims of trauma and post-traumatic stress. They understand that those who have served this nation continue to struggle with the invisible wounds of combat and are working to assist our troops in putting the pieces of their lives back together. The Camp Hope staff uses the necessary traditional counseling tools and incorporates a faith based approach to help combat the effects of Post Traumatic Stress. In addition, the staff assists veterans with a myriad of issues including job placement, coordination with the Department of Veteran’s Affairs and reputable veteran service organizations to assist with claims and benefits, transportation to appointments and peer support groups integration. The Camp Hope community embraces our troops, veterans and their families as they seek the rewarding and fulfilling lives they so richly deserve.