A 13,000+ mile walk to all 4 corners of America Raising Awareness For PTSD

The Hike

Learn Why I am Hiking, How It All Began, The Route, and Where I'm heading

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Help For Veterans

A list of resources for Veterans

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Donate Here

Various ways of donating and supporting the 4cornershike

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Pictures

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Media Coverage

Just some of the articles and TV shows that have help spread awareness for our Veterans

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20 Veterans lost. Every day.

On average, 20 of our Veteran Heroes commit suicide every day from PTSD. It is a number that is too large to ignore. On this hike, I am raising awareness of PTSD by hiking to all four corners of the continental US. A hike of this magnitude has never been done before. I have already met with hundreds of Veterans and countless organizations that work with our Veterans to help in the fight. I am spreading the word through TV, newspapers, social media, and face-to-face interactions with everyone I come across on this 13,000+ mile hike.

The support has been amazing so far, but together we need to do more. We can not allow our Veterans to lose the battle. We need to let them know that we are here for them and we support them. We also need to support the companies and organizations that help them. It is the absolute least we can do for our Veterans. Find out more on how you can do your part and support the mission below. Thank you.

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Facts about PTSD and the Military. Please share to help raise awareness!

When you are in the military, you may see combat. You may have been on missions that exposed you to horrible and life-threatening experiences. These types of events can lead to PTSD.

The number of Veterans with PTSD varies by service era:

Operations Iraqi Freedom (OIF) and Enduring Freedom (OEF): About 11-20 out of every 100 Veterans (or between 11-20%) who served in OIF or OEF have PTSD in a given year.

Gulf War (Desert Storm): About 12 out of every 100 Gulf War Veterans (or 12%) have PTSD in a given year.

Vietnam War: About 15 out of every 100 Vietnam Veterans (or 15%) were currently diagnosed with PTSD at the time of the most recent study in the late 1980s, the National Vietnam Veterans Readjustment Study (NVVRS). It is estimated that about 30 out of every 100 (or 30%) of Vietnam Veterans have had PTSD in their lifetime.

Other factors in a combat situation can add more stress to an already stressful situation. This may contribute to PTSD and other mental health problems. These factors include what you do in the war, the politics around the war, where the war is fought, and the type of enemy you face.

Please reach out to any Veterans that you know. Let them know that they matter and they are not alone.
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