Patriot Outreach, BBB Accredited Charity, 2014: In June 2014, Patriot Outreach became a Better Business Bureau (BBB) Accredited Charity meeting all 20 Standards for Charity Accountability!
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Patriot Outreach earns Combined Federal Campaign approval! CFC promotes and supports philanthropy through a program that is employee focused, cost-efficient, and effective in providing all federal employees the opportunity to improve the quality of life for all. Patriot Outreach CFC Determination Letter
Patriot Outreach’s 2013 CFC National/International Charity Application has been approved.
The Combined Federal Campaign (CFC) audit revealed Patriot Outreach provided 96.6% to Programs, with only 3.4% for administration!!
The CFC campaign season kicks off 1 September to 15 December. Please help Get the Word Out!!
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It's Official! House Approved, HR36, unanimously Who said the Democrats and Republicans can't agree? HUA!
On behalf of all Warriors and their Families, we deeply appreciate your support.
Thanks Again…Charging On! – COL Monaco
Iowa Governor Branstad Proclaims Memorial Day
in Iowa “Patriot Outreach Day”
On Monday, May 30th at Camp Dodge in the Iowa Gold Star Military Museum, Gov. Terry Branstad in view of thousands of attendees signed an executive proclamation declaring Memorial Day to be “Patriot Outreach Day.”
The Iowa Senate and House “unanimously” passed separate resolutions in their own support of Patriot Outreach and Gov. Branstad now adds his voice and executive authority in recognizing Patriot Outreach’s outstanding contributions to help our Armed Forces, First Responders and their Families find “Victory over Stress.”
Patriot Outreach is a charitable organization (501) (c) (3) that supports Veterans, Military, First Responders and their Families to find help and healing through their revolutionary CD “Coping Strategies.” Patriot Outreach has already provided over 65,000 copies of the Coping Strategies CD and 34,000 downloads at their website PatriotOutreach.org.
Patriot Outreach Spokesman Lee D. Booton had this to say about the uniqueness of the organization’s approach, “Our group provides simple, effective, non-intrusive support, designed to bridge the gap between those who seek help and the silent majority who avoid the stigma of seeking assistance.”
PatriotOutreach.org has a plethora of resources, links and downloads designed to bring peace to thousands of those who are suffering from anger, stress and even Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, all of which are related to trauma associated with deployment and life’s stressors.
WHO 1040’s own “Van and Bonnie” broadcasted live from the event for the Memorial Day Remembrance Program at the Gold Star Museum. Gov. Branstad read the proclamation on air while Patriot Outreach founder and President Col. Antonio Monaco,AUS, Midwest Regional Director Lee Booton, and Rep. Dan Kelley, a key supporter and signer of the House Patriot Outreach Resolution, looked on. Karen Schechinger of Army OneSource Iowa and Patriot Outreach Communications Director, Tori Dreyer, took pictures of the event and cheered on the governor as he signed the proclamation.
The event featured a breakfast, gun salutes, the playing of “Taps” and soldiers dressed in various period military uniforms that walked among the museum displays. Weather was excellent and spirits were high as Iowa became a state pioneer in supporting Patriot Outreach and its goal of achieving “Victory Over Stress.”
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Military Praises 'Fantastic'
Post-Traumatic Stress Therapy Investigative Reporter discovers simple technique in Coping Strategies is 'going viral', and 'bringing rapid improvement' to warriors... Article PDF
Getting The Word Out! National Radio Host Alan Taylor of Motor Trend Radio is airing three Public Service Announcements (PSAs) nationally on Radio America Network andEntertainment Radio Network.
Listen to Chaplain (LTC) Pringle on Warrior's Forum.
Combating suicide and getting help to our Warriors is critical. Please note the attached letter from Amber, an injured soldier. How many tell signs of suicide are present? (She felt unloved, unappreciated, no hope, no purpose, a burden, and the pain). The Patriot Outreach’s “Coping Strategies” CD made the difference. Sadly, not only are active duty military suicides up, the Department of Veterans Affairs, said an average of 18 veterans commit suicide EVERY DAY.
Coping Strategies provides simple, effective, non-intrusive support, and was designed to bridge the gap between those who seek help and the silent majority who avoid the stigma. Patriot Outreach is a (501 (c)(3) tax-exempt) non-profit foundation. Over 55,000 CD’s and 34,000 downloads have been provided. Most notable bulk requests - 82nd Airborne Division (5,000), the 91st Division (3,000), and Ft Hood (3,500), Joint Task Force Headquarters (1,500), USO (1,000), and the VFW (8,000).
From the Battlefield, “When I returned from Afghanistan last year to a divorce your CD is what helped me through it, there are soldiers in my unit that need to learn better coping skills.” SSG K.M., Infantry, message to Patriot Outreach in requesting additional CD’s
Army, Chief of Chaplains, Patriot Outreach is a “…great resource for our Soldiers. The good thing about such a tool is that it helps our Soldiers to begin thinking about seeking counsel for any self-destructive thoughts or behaviors.”
Walter Reed, Patriot Outreach Coping Strategies CD,“I have rendered a positive opinion to TSG (The Surgeon General).” Colonel (Dr.), Chief of Psychiatry
National Guard, “Sir, Thank you for your significant contribution to the health of our Troops.” MED OPS Branch Chief
USAR, Homeward Bound, Ft Hood, “…our Social Workers were thrilled to have the resource (Coping Strategies). Chaplain (LTC) Brunk
Washington Veterans Affairs, ‘This Audio is Great! I had previously attained 100 copies; I have over 200 Vets that I provide service through contracts with the Fed Vet Center and the xxVA. I did give a few to my clinical colleagues who also appreciated the quality. I would appreciate about 100 more for the VN and Iraq/Afg and other Vets in need of bibliotherapy like this awesome audio. Dr. R.V.
Government Combat Trauma Therapist, “I have given your disc (Coping Strategies) to many veterans who find great benefit – I believe it is one of the best disc in production.” LJ R, BSW, MSW
Doctor’s Office “I heard about this CD from my psychologist who has been treating me for PTSD.” Airman Second Class T.C.
Salvation Army (SA) Corps Officer to the Territorial Secretary for Programs seeking a partnership with Patriot Outreach on a “territorial or national level.”
SA Major Martsolf, said, Patriot Outreach has “developed a powerful little tool to help soldiers who are returning from the war to help them with ‘Coping Strategies.”
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