Stigma Free Vet Zone

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Latest Episodes

Piloting a Huey Medivac Over the Jungles of Vietnam, Today a Modern Pioneer in Equine Healing for Trauma, Meet Bob Nevins
January 21, 2022

Bob Nevin is a native of Queens in New York. At an early age Bob, his parents and family moved to UpState New York. Bob’s mom was home raising the family while his dad, a WWII veteran of the war in th

County Veterans Service Officer and Tribal Veterans Service Officer Working for you! Know Your Benefits! Make This Meeting the First and Most Important Step in Transition
January 14, 2022

    CVSO County Veterans Service Officer. Who they are and who they work for. When leaving the military and searching for your next  mission or purpose, personal and family health should be the number

PTSD, Withdrawing From Psychiatric Drugs and the Upcoming Release of the Documentary “Medicating Normal”.
January 07, 2022

Angela Peacock, MSW served in the U.S. Army for seven years as a communications specialist. She deployed to Iraq in 2003 and was medically evacuated due to a non-combat, life-threatening illness. Ange

A Decorated Marine, Leader, Hero to Family and Friends, Suicide, Devastation and Birth of a New Direction
December 31, 2021

John D Mason was a combat decorated Vietnam Veteran. Back home he was a husband and hero to his children. To his friend Joe Tate John was also a hero and life long friend. John was a marathon runner a

County Veterans Service Officer and Tribal Veterans Service Officer working for you! Know your benefits! Make this meeting the first and most important step in transition
December 24, 2021

CVSO County Veterans Service Officer. Who they are and who they work for. When leaving the military and searching for your next  mission or purpose, personal and family health should be the number one

War, Severe Struggles then Finding Peace on the Ranch | Ben Singleton
December 17, 2021

Ben Singleton grew up in a small town in northwest Indiana. He says the destruction of the World Trade Center on 9/11, which he watched on a television in a high school classroom, ignited a zeal withi

David Carlson, A lifetime of trauma meets an indomitable spirit!
December 10, 2021

David Carlson served two tours in Iraq, in ’04 and ’07, as an infantryman with the Army National Guard. His re-integration back into the community after his second tour presented many punishing challe

Marine Veteran, Writing, Literacy the Arts and Healing
December 03, 2021

Scott Schultz grew up on a farm in Osseo, WI. Scott is co-founder, president and executive director of The Heartbeat Center for Writing, Literacy and the Arts, Inc. A U.S. Marine Corps veteran, he’s w

‘HOME’ Afghanistan Refugee Settlement Documentary Development
November 19, 2021

Dr. Chia Vang: Professor of History University of Wisconsin Milwaukee. Teaching and researching the impact of the Vietnam War especially on refugees. Chris Pettis: Marine Veteran and Executive Directo

He wrote, “Get me to the VA so they can stop someone else.”
November 12, 2021

The Capt. John D. Mason Program aims to save lives by utilizing Veteran peers that go into the community and locate Veterans in need engaging them in VA health services, and other community resources,