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Disabled American Veterans
Disabled American Veterans
This organization provides free, professional assistance to veterans and their families in obtaining benefits and services earned through military service and provided by the department of Veterans Affairs and other agencies of the government. They also offer guidelines for developing chapters.

Paralyzed Vets of America
Paralyzed Vets of America
The Paralyzed Veterans of America has developed a unique expertise on a wide variety of issues involving the special needs of veterans of the armed forces who have experienced spinal cord injury or dysfunction. They provide information, referral and advocacy for veterans, families and healthcare professionals.

Military PTSD Family Resources
Gift From Within
The goal of this section of the Gift From Within site is to provide information about PTSD for both the Veteran and the military family. It is their hope that the information will lay the groundwork for further exploration into this subject matter and to de-stigmatize, and normalize symptoms of PTSD. The resources include podcasts, articles, music, frequently asked question documents, and links to other resources.

Helping Children Cope With Terrorism - Tips for Families and Educators
National Association of School Psychologists
This PDF handout provides parents and teachers with information on how to help children feel safe and secure in the face of fears surrounding current events.

Promoting Compassion and Acceptance in Crisis
National Association of School Psychologists
This handout provides information for adults to help children understand the importance of treating all people with dignity and not judging entire groups of people for the actions of a few.