U.S. Marine Corps Reserves Veteran Nick Morrison’s Humvee was hit by improvised explosive units twice then he watched the Humvee he was meant to be in explode whereas he was deployed in Iraq. When he bought dwelling and left the service, the signs of his post-traumatic stress dysfunction (PTSD) turned debilitating.
Nick shares how his survivor’s guilt and ethical harm brought on his post-traumatic stress dysfunction and the way the Road Home Program at Rush College in Chicago helped him heal.
The Highway Dwelling Program is part of the Warrior Care Community®, a partnership between Wounded Warrior Mission® (WWP) and 4 world-renowned educational medical facilities, offering veterans and repair members residing with PTSD, traumatic brain injury (TBI), navy sexual trauma (MST), and different associated situations with a path to long-term wellness.
For details about therapies for PTSD and/or TBI please go to The Treatment Hub.