Our mission is to help our military active-duty members, veterans, first-responders, and their families overcome the effects of PTSD.

OUR VISION

Our vision is to increase public awareness of PTSD and to provide our military active-duty members, veterans, first-responders, and their families an inspirational environment that promotes understanding and healing.

Hosted by Veterans of Foreign Wars of the United States Post 837 in San Antonio

Last evening (January 27, 2020) my lovely bride and I had the honor of attending a Vietnam Peace Accord ceremony hosted by Veterans of Foreign Wars of the United States Post 837 in San Antonio. The colors were presented by the South San Antonio Calvary Color Guard and the National Anthem and  wonderful patriotic music was played by clarinetists Joanie Munsler. After opening prayer and Pledge of Allegiance, Post Commander John Rodriquez presented a history of the signing of the Vietnam Peace Accord. 

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January 30, 2020

WHAT IS 'PTSD'?

Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) is a mental health condition triggered by experiencing or witnessing a traumatic event. We are more familiar with military service members suffering from PTSD as a result of wartime events, however most of us are unaware of the alarming statistics relating to first responder PTSD.

WINNING THE BATTLE

PTSD often results in personal tragedy and family crisis. Mission Transition offers a place for vererans and first responders support groups to meet and share emotional support with others like them, living with PTSD. We believe it is important and helpful part of recovery, to share thoughts, fears, and questions with others who share similar experiences.

Our Heroes have dedicated themselves to serve and protect our country.