Military Families Receive Free Mental Health Care Corporation

Military Families Receive Free Mental Health Care Corporation

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Sue Kainz's Journey With Give An Hour
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Military Families Receive Free Mental Health Care Corporation

Sue Kainz's journey is a testament to Give an Hour's profound impact on military families and veterans. Her story highlights the need for accessible mental health care and the transformative power of timely support. In her words, "GAH not only saved our husband but saved me, our daughter, our marriage, and our family."Sue's 2017 revelation about her husband's hidden pain marked a turning point. Burdened by guilt, she struggled to find the help she needed until a friend recommended Give an Hour. With swift, barrier-free access to care, she found a counselor within days, not months, as is often the case.Dr. Trina Clayeux, CEO of Give an Hour, praises the organization's dedication, connecting veterans and their loved ones with essential mental health care in just five days on average, a stark contrast to months-long wait times.Andrea Cobb, Provider-Relations Program Manager, highlights Give an Hour's distinctive approach, hand-matching clients with local providers for an ideal fit, enhancing the quality and effectiveness of care.Sue continued her journey as a wellness ambassador, advocating for mental health and supporting others. Her message is clear: "You are not weak if you ask for help." Sue's advocacy speaks to the transformative impact of Give an Hour's services.Sue's personal experience of loss within her family due to mental health issues serves as a poignant reminder of the importance of accessible mental health care. She implores others not to suffer in silence, saying, "I just want you to understand that you are not alone." Sue's story is a beacon of hope, showcasing the resilience and healing that individuals can find through Give an Hour.

Military Families Receive Free Mental Health Care Corporation

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Hi, my name is Sue Kainz, coming to you today because I wanted you to see what Trauma looks like.
Give an Hour not only saved my husband, it saved me, it saved our daughter, it saved our marriage, and it saved our family.
A sergeant major recommended Give an Hour, and I called. I found a counselor online who was willing to talk with me on the phone, and she saved me. She saved me.
I realized that as a military spouse, it’s not just your husband who suffers from the trauma. You can’t live with a person who has been through military trauma and not be affected. We lose too many. I lost my cousin a few weeks ago. This was someone who I wish so deeply I could have had the chance to tell about Give an Hour. This scenario, and losing him could have been me. Let Give an Hour give you the tools for your toolbox.
Overlay text: Your Combined Federal Campaign Donation Provides People Like Sue, With The Life-Saving Support They Need

Military Families Receive Free Mental Health Care Corporation
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