Stigma Free Vet Zone

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Beacon of Courage Guides Veteran’s Recovery | Charlie Walton
May 20, 2022

Born and raised in Mississippi, Charlie Walton enlisted in the United States Marine Corp in 1968 and trained as an infantryman. He witnessed his first war casualty before his feet even touched the gro

From Darkness to Light: A Counselor Describes the Power of Alternative Healing for Veterans
May 06, 2022

Today on the Stigma Free Zone podcast, we learn more about how those who have experienced trauma and rage, are discovering freedom from pain and turmoil thanks to their willingness to surrender.     J

Proud of her Military Service, Grateful for the Leadership and Resilience she Learned!
April 22, 2022

Jennifer Pankowski grew up in Milwaukee. She proudly served in the Wisconsin Army National Guard from 1992-1998, and was named Soldier of the Year for her battalion in 1994. The daughter of a Marine V

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Expectations, Reality, Depression. Problem or Opportunity
April 08, 2022

Dr. Michael Dailey is the co-founder of the Infectious Disease Society of Georgia and Co-President of the Infectious Disease Society of America, a foundation on a mission to reduce the burdens of infe

Discovering an Inner Spirit Hidden for Decades | Randy Zemel
March 25, 2022

Randy Zemel calls himself a “D-minus” student who had no interest in college. After graduating from his Chicago area high school, he enlisted in the Marines in 1965. He served in Vietnam from 1966-’68

Indomitable Spirit Keeps Looking and Creates the New Path | Mark Alan
March 18, 2022

Mark was born and raised in central Wisconsin to a large family. Mark is the eldest male child of 14 total siblings – 8 boys and 6 girls. Mark graduated from Necedah High School in 1998 and joined the

He Turned From his Father at the Bus Depot and Walked Into a Life he Couldn’t Have Imagined | Mark Alan
March 11, 2022

Mark was born and raised in central Wisconsin to a large family. Mark is the eldest male child of 14 total siblings – 8 boys and 6 girls. Mark graduated from Necedah High School in 1998 and joined the

When Heroin and his “God-Box” Failed him Otis Chose to Confront Past Traumas
March 04, 2022

Otis arrived in Milwaukee “on a stick” and homeless . It had been over thirty years since Otis had accepted a mainline injection of heroin as payment fora debt owed him. people, places and things were

Spiritual Awakening of Forgiveness & Service of Gratitude, Pt.II | Joe Campbell
February 25, 2022

In 1965, Campbell graduated from the Marmion Military Academy in Aurora, Illinois to begin his career in the military. He enlisted in the U.S. Army that December and served four years, including two t