Give an Hour

Give an Hour was founded to meet the mental health needs of the troops and families affected by the ongoing conflicts in Iraq and Afghanistan. (Over 300,000 returning troops suffer from severe depression or PTSD, over 320,000 have suffered a traumatic brain injury, and only half have sought treatment.) Licensed mental health providers commit to donate an hour of free counseling per week.

Give an Hour Service Project - Washington, DC

Give an Hour Service Project - Washington, DC
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Barbara Van Dahlen, founder and president, GAH

Barbara Van Dahlen, founder and president, GAH
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140,000 Hours of Service by Give an Hour Providers

140,000 Hours of Service by Give an Hour Providers
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Justin working with students on a service project

Justin working with students on a service project
Photo from Progress Report 'The Need for Mental Health Care for Military Family Members' (view small | med | large | orig)

2013 panel

2013 panel
Photo from Progress Report 'Next Generation of Mental Health Providers' (view small | med | large | orig)
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