I am a retired army sergeant and due to my service I saw too many horrfic things. I am lucky because I got to attend an 8 week inpatient PTSD program. Only a handfull of soldiers get to go at any one time. I hope that soon they get more funds for anyone in need to attend at every VA country wide. I feel that this in-house treatment would work also for civilians, and it should be offered at a cost that everryone could afford. I am blessed to have gone thru this life changing treatment- I have my life back, it was worth all the hard work. I hope that everyone who suffers from PTSD can go thru this experience
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