HBOT for TBI Veterans

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As this war winds down, The Hugs Project went looking for new focus. It was important to us that we continue to assist our returning troops and military in a vital way. What we found was the Jenks Health Team who are giving Oklahoma troops and veterans effective therapy for Post Traumatic Stress (PTSD) and Traumatic Brain Injuries using hyperbaric oxygen therapy (HBOT).

If you are interested in how this process works to heal the “hidden wounds” of war, please join our Facebook group at: https://www.facebook.com/groups/HBOT for TBI

Anyone can have a brain injury. Anyone can have PTSD.

America has an epidemic among returning troops, active duty and veterans….a suicide epidemic. We are losing 22-25 American military people each day by their own hand. We believe this is not because of a “disorder” and that PTSD is misnamed. Returned Military members often suffer from brain injuries caused by insult or actual injury and so they should be classified as wounded not mentally disabled. Any wound can and will heal if given effective treatment. You can’t mask wounds. When you try, they don’t go away but rather they become more severe. Drugs don’t work. HBOT WORKS!!

Two forward thinking states have already voted to give their veterans this level of care – Oklahoma unanimously passed SB 1604 in April 2014 (http://www.ok.gov/odva/documents/SB1604.pdf) Texas recently passed similiar legislation with H.B. No. 271.

We need everyone who loves our military and veterans to donate what they can in order to get them the treatment they need as quickly as possible. The high suicide rates remind us that our troops don’t have time to wait. Please send your tax deductible donation to:
The Hugs Project
720 W. Wilshire, Suite 105
Oklahoma City, OK 73116
Designate: HBOT in the memo line and every penny will go toward this united effort.

face-of-military-suicideHugs Project, Inc. (THP) is a nonprofit, tax-exempt organization, Federal Identification Number 35-2249092, under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. Donations are fully tax deductible to the extent allowable by law. Donations can be given in honor or memory of an individual, couple, family or pet and may be made anonomously, if desired.





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