Veterans Help Group Sponsors Veterans PTSD Awareness Bike Ride

Veterans Help Group is proud to sponsor the Vets Ride For PTSD. Vets Ride for PTSD is a bicycle ride to bring awareness of our veterans with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and of suicide in the military. The PTSD awareness bike ride began on October 27, 2012 and will go 480 miles to the Floria State Capital in Tallahassee. The riders will stop along the way to meet with active duty family members, veterans and public at various American Red Cross and American Legion Posts.

Please join them to support veterans with PTSD and to raise awareness for suicide prevention. 

For Veterans Suffering with PTSD and their Families

If you or a loved one is suffering from PTSD, our veterans advocates are here to help you obtain the veterans benefits to which you are entitled. We also keep up with news about benefits for PTSD, symptoms of PTSD, and PTSD research and treatment here on our blog: click here for the latest PTSD news. Please make use of our free PTSD resources or learn about disability benefits for veterans with PTSD.  Contact us for a free consultation about how we can help with your claim.

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