UPDATE: You are Loved, Soldier & Civilian

Website: http://AddictionCenter.com   &  Alcohol Rehab Guide UPDATE: Over the past week I received multiple emails offering personal insight into how mental health, as well as addiction, can first handedly affect the lives of not only the person going through the experience, but also family and friends who are close. I know that sometimes as a soldier you may feel like... Continue Reading →

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Post 9/11 or Montgomery GI Bill ?

First, let's clarify a few things.  The Post 9/11 Bill is the same thing as the Chapter 33 GI Bill. Further, the Montgomery GI Bill is also called Chapter 1606.  You don't know how many people tell me they have one but not the other, not realizing the difference. And second, you always have a choice. When entering the military you... Continue Reading →

#12 Service Members Civil Relief Act

I've been in the military for almost nine years.  Sadly, I've been paying unnecessary interest on a credit card for at least three of those.  Talk about a waste of money!  While I can't promise a way to eliminate your debt, I can promise a way to limit your interest rate and help with other financial... Continue Reading →

#11 Thank You for Your Service!

The holiday has come and gone and you barely remember the night let alone the history behind it all. So for brevity purposes.... The History:   A brief history. Many already may already know that American Independence Day is celebrated on the Fourth of July every year. You know the day that a large percentage of your paycheck is... Continue Reading →

#10 Summer Time Blues

Well, it's that time of the year again. The sun is out for a few extra hours and you seem to find yourself at work just a little bit longer. Go figure! Maybe its time to take a break from life and go enjoy some QT with your family. Or, maybe it's time to go take a swim in "Lake... Continue Reading →

#9 Education Information for the Troops

Many service members post-pone higher education until after completing time in service or pay the GI Bill forward to a spouse or child. However, you choose to use your benefits, its important to know they are their. Being a Veteran or non-Veteran-member of the armed forces-you have plenty of options. Don't be afraid to ask for help. Whether leaving a question on the... Continue Reading →

#8 Memorial Day Freebies

First and Foremost  we salute the real heroes of each war. Those who sacrificed everything and the families that supported them as did.  We appreciate all you have given. V/r, the Armed Forces Accumulatively History: Memorial Day began sometime after the Civil War with both formal and informal tributes given at the graves of fallen soldiers of... Continue Reading →

#6 Continuing the Fight: Additional Resources for Information Related to PTSD, Substance Abuse, and Addiction

Earlier this week I received an email with links to two additional resources offering some very valuable information on PTSD, Substance Abuse, and Addiction.  Whether your looking to understand addiction, find a path to recovery, or looking for treatment options, take a second and head over to drugrehab.com.  Many additional resources and tools are available within this free... Continue Reading →

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