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HEADS UP VETERANS


Help End Addiction, Depression, and Suicide


The US veteran population is suffering from a myriad of mental health injuries which have become known as ā€¯invisible wounds of war". The signature injuries of the modern battlefield are invisible to the average citizen, yet their effects have a negative effect on our entire society. Brain injuries left untreated lead to addiction, depression, and eventually suicide.

* Adults who have had a concussion are three times more likely to commit suicide than the rest of the population, most combat veterans have had at least one concussion.

* Studies show that trauma from exposure to suicide can contribute to PTSD and suicidal ideation.

If you're a combat veteran, chances are you've had a brain injury. Statistically, these injuries make you more likely to commit suicide, especially if you've had a friend who has committed suicide. Combine brain injuries with chronic pain and depression, throw in some prescription narcotics and a little alcohol and you're one bad day away from suicide or "accidental" overdose.

The mission of HEADS UP VETERANS is to help veterans gain access to effective medical therapy and recreation that will help them recover from brain injury, unexplained illness, or traumatic events without relying on narcotics or black box pharmaceuticals.

HEALING UNDER PRESSURE

Hyperbaric oxygen therapy (HBOT) is the use of increased atmospheric pressure and hyperoxia as drugs to treat disease pathophysiology through gene expression and suppression. HBOT has been scientifically proven to be beneficial in treating brain injury.

Veterans Health Administration offers HBOT at locations in California, Texas, Oklahoma, North Dakota and Florida.