Are you having a hard time readjusting to life out of the military? Are you always on edge, always on the verge of panicking or exploding, or, on the flip side, do you feel emotionally numb and disconnected from your loved ones? Do you believe that you’ll never feel normal again?

For all too many veterans, these are common experiences—lingering symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). It’s hard living with untreated PTSD and, with long V.A. wait times, it’s easy to get discouraged. But you can feel better, and you can start today, even while you’re waiting for professional treatment. There are many things you can do to help yourself overcome PTSD and come out the other side even stronger than before.

Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), sometimes known as shell shock or combat stress, occurs after you experience severe trauma or a life-threatening event. It’s normal for your mind and body to be in shock after such an event, but this normal response becomes PTSD when your nervous system gets “stuck.”

Your nervous system has two automatic or reflexive ways of responding to stressful events.
So lets get in the gym and fix this as a team!!!

Community Partners.
Program Funding.

Research shows that high-quality afterschool programs improve students’ educational outcomes, school attendance, and social and emotional learning. Consistent participation in afterschool programs has shown lower dropout rates and has helped close achievement gaps for low-income students.
Children who attend these well-supervised afterschool programs display better work habits, task persistence, social skills, pro-social behaviors, academic performance, and less aggressive behavior at the end of the school year.
High-quality afterschool programs can improve students’ academic performance, behavior, and help reduce crime by providing a safe, supervised environment during the hours kids are most likely to commit or become a victim of violent crime.

Thank you all for the support!!!

JC- Born and raised in #Chicago. Spent 17 years in #US and #Mexican #Prison. Worked for the #Cartel. Struggled with #addiction my whole life and #abuse.

Today I’m #sober, #happy and #married with children. I hope to use my life experience to help others who are suffering from addiction/abuse.

Follow on Social Media

Contact JC! 👇👇👇👇👇👇👇


✔Support The Channel At


Source: Youtube