Chaplain Edward I. Choi
U.S. Army-Major (Ret.)
SoCal Chapter Manager of The PTSD Foundation of America.
Ed’s Story and what we as the Socal Chapter of The PTSD Foundation of America are doing to support our Combat Vets.
Warrior Groups are fellowships for combat veterans and their families to share their experiences, testimonies of healing, compassion, and hope in overcoming the invisible wounds of war. Participants are required to be military combat veterans or family members of those who have served in combat and be willing to face the challenges of managing post-traumatic stress and related conditions.
This is not a treatment program, but rather a peer coaching and support program whose primary purpose is helping combat veterans find healing, balance, and positive re-integration with their families and in society. In addition, The Warrior Family Support Groups exist to assist family members (spouse, parent, sibling, child, caretaker, etc.) of PTSD sufferers in understanding and healing.
PTSD Foundation of America – https://ptsdusa.org/
Combat Vet Vision – https://www.facebook.com/CombatVetVision