Mental health is an important topic and we are committed to removing the barriers to accessing mental health services. We are building partnerships and fundraising to help our members.
Striking Fact: The Defense Suicide Prevention Office reports that for calendar year 2017 the Reserve Component suffered from 229 suicides (figures for 2018 are still being collected).
Unfortunately, many of our great men and women who Serve suffer from severe depression and PTSD. Thankfully, they are never counted in the number above, but they need our support!
If you are having suicidal ideations please contact the number below for immediate assistance.
A link and list of our partners is coming soon...
We are building partnerships and fundraising to help traditional Texas National Guard and Reserve Paratroopers who are injured during Airborne training when those injuries impact civilian employment and income.
One of the greatest challenges that faces the Paratroopers of our National Guard and Reserve is injury. Airborne Operations are the most high-risk operation the regular Army conducts. Traditional Guard and Reserve Members who are injured in Airborne Operations often have injuries that impact their civilian careers.
While some programs do exist to support Paratroopers, and Service members in general, who are hurt during training, the process is often lengthy and cumbersome. This can leave our great men and women without pay for months at a time.
The Texas Airborne Alliance fundraising programs support loans and grants to those who are injured during these operations and need financial support.
Email us directly at: email@example.com to inquire about financial support if you were injured during a recent Airborne Operation and are a currently serving National Guard or Reserve Member in Texas.
We understand the challenges and stress associated with the uncertainties when our Paratroopers and friends hang up the uniform. Though many programs exist from Congress, DoD and Department of the Army, folks and families are often left with many questions unanswered and many concerns are left unaddressed.
Our team has many years of experience with transitions and supporting transitions into and out of the National Guard and Active Service.
Please use the email below to contact us with any questions or concerns so that we can offer support, advice and assistance. While we are not a legal firm, we do have many dedicated professionals who can get you pointed in the right direction and help add clarity and calm.
Email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org