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Lansing KS, 66043 

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About PFOT

Identifying a critical need for mental health services for returning troops, the

Peace For Our Troops program was established to provide awareness, education and information for people and families suffering from mental health issues caused by service time.


Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder

is diagnosed after several weeks of continued symptoms

Veteransof the Iraq and Afghanistan wars (Operation Iraqi Freedom and Operation Enduring Freedom) have been diagnosed with PTSD
Soldiersdevelop mental problems within 3 to 4 months of being home.
Iraq and Afghanistan Veteranshave suffered a traumatic brain injury (TBI). Possible consequences of this internal injury include anger, suicidal thoughts, and changes in personality.


and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) are the most common mental health problems faced by returning troops.
Common Symptoms

Common Symptoms

of PTSD include: difficulty concentrating, lack of interest/apathy, feelings of detachment, loss of appetite, hypervigilance, exaggerated startle response, and sleep disturbances (lack of sleep, oversleeping).


PTSD is diagnosed after several weeks of continued symptoms.

An Average of 22 Veterans Committed Suicide Every Day

The group with the highest number of suicides was men ages 50 to 59.

Your support will help us reach as many of our current and former armed service members as possible identify and get help for these very serious and often life-threatening conditions.

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