22 veterans commit suicide every day. Our goal is to limit the number of suicides by supporting Veterans and Military transitioning from combat or active duty to civilian life. If we can support our Heroes and their families we will be able to reduce divorce rate amongst our military along with supporting veterans suffering from PTSD and lower the number of Suicides. 

What We Offer

A community for our service members and their families to come together and create camaraderie with other veterans and families. For those that have PTSD I will have Psych Evals done to see on the spectrum where they may lie. Once we have results they will be able to attend 1 of 3 courses that will be customized to them based on results.

We will also host events throughout the month to allow all of our community to come together and support each other.

Our Service

Operation Compassionate Care educates United States Veterans and 1st Responders suffering from PTSD about the benefits of alternative methods customized to each individual. We will work through this together. IGY6

Our Promise

Veterans and 1st Responders joining the Operation Compassionate Care family receive a lifelong commitment. We provide ongoing financial resources and continuous education to ensure our Veterans, 1st Responders and their families will have a place to come to for support.

Our Mission

Our mission at Operation Compassionate Care is to reduce the unnecessary deaths of United States Veterans and 1st Responders from suicide and PTSD related issues. We provide the resources to pursue a safe, alternative treatment.

Look At These Numbers

Today We Will Lose 

50

 More American Heroes

To Prescription Drug Overdose and Suicide

One in Five Veterans of the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan has been diagnosed with PTSD

300,000

Currently in The United States, PTSD affects an estimated:

7,700,000

Treatment for Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans suffering from PTSD has cost more than

$20,000,000

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