Archive for the ‘Suicide Prevention’ Category

Yesterday, I received this open letter from a well known disabled veteran in our community who wishes to remain anonymous, but would like to reach all of us. Please read, like and share his post as we quickly approach Veterans Day where we should honor all Veterans; especially those who continue to struggle… “An Open […]


  All too often, we are caught up in the myriad of daily issues that we forget that we alone are our best product, best service, and yes, our passport for a better future, not only for ourselves and our families, but our communities. The old adage, “Actions speak louder than words,” describes the pathway […]