Carrick Brain Center is launching a program that features a series of short videos that depict actual war heroes affected by post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). The Dallas, Texas-based treatment center focuses on caring for combat veterans affected by PTSD and traumatic brain injury (TBI). The series aims to raise awareness and raise funds for veterans to attend treatment programs they may not otherwise be able to access.

Kara Williams, Director of Care to Share, notes in a Carrick media releast that there is a movement of people who are willing to support Americas veterans with their time and money. The release also notes the general public is becoming increasingly aware of the tremendous sacrifices that have been made by war veterans, and realize change must occur.

The first video features Greg Coker, a retired Army aviator and a member of the Night Stalkers, an elite Army Special Operations regiment.

[Source: Carrick Brain Center]