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Mental Health Self Test

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Mental Health In The U.S. According to the National Institute of Mental Health, an estimated one in five people in the United States live with mental illness.1 This equals an estimated 46.6 million people in 2017.  Mental illness ranges in types and severity. Doctors usually classify mental illnesses as serious mental illness or any mental illness. The following is a report […]

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Insomnia During Drug and Alchohol Recovery

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Slumber Yard has some great information on how to improve your sleep pattern while in recovery. For the estimated 21.7 million people each year who seek substance use treatment, the journey is long and full of challenges. As many people in recovery know, the path forward typically involves mild to severe interruptions in your sleeping patterns. […]

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Let’s Help Carlos!

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Carlos, an active duty service member, was involved in a car accident that led to many unexpected bills that he could not afford. The Satterlee foundation provided Carlos with $700 to cover his past due car and insurance bills to ensure his family kept their only means of transportation, but he needs a bit more […]

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Treating Pain Without Opioids

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It is a sad fact that many Veterans live with chronic pain.  Many turn to opioids to battle their pain, but there are alternatives.   Why You Should Consider Alternative to Opioids While there are a time and place for opioids, other pain management techniques are available to help reduce pain without the fear of […]

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Benefits of CBD Use

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The team at RaveReviews.org wants to set the record straight on CBDs and they do very well in explaining the many benefits of its use. For many Veterans suffering from PTSD, CBD may provide the relief they need. Benefits of CBD Research on CBD has exploded in recent years—I am sure this is no surprise […]

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Debt’s Impact on Mental Health

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Military members tend to have a higher debt-to-income ratio and that may worsen as Veterans transition to civilian life.  For those suffering from mental health issues debt can spiral out of control.  According to the National Center for Biotechnology Information (NCBI), the likelihood for having a mental health issue is three times higher for those […]

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Veteran Resume Guide

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Switching careers takes courage. And veterans know a thing or two about courage.  But when military personnel finish serving their country and look to re-enter civilian life, they need more than just strong nerves to make the transition to a new career. Finding a job demands practical strategies.  For veterans, the struggle is often aligning […]

Events

Oktoberfest!

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Come join the Satterlee Foundation for a fun-filled day of music, games, beer and great food! We will have a no-host bar with a great selection of beer to sample along with your favorite cocktails. DJs will be playing music of all kinds, so come ready to dance! We will also be serving sausage, chicken, […]

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Does CBD Help PTSD?

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About half of Americans will experience at least one traumatic event in their lives. Of those, a percentage will go on to develop post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). 3.6% of adults experience PTSD in any given year, according to the National Institute of Mental Health. Women are nearly three times more likely than men to be affected. […]