PTSD & Veterans’ Disorders

In the above video, Colonel Bart Billings, clinical psychologist with a 34-year military career, talks about the nature of post-traumatic combat stress, the adverse effects of drugs in such situations and what can be done instead to help a person overcome post-traumatic stress.
Unfortunately, today, hundreds of thousands of men and women in uniform are being labeled with a mental illness and are being drugged with powerful psychotropic drug cocktails.

Psychiatric drugs that are being prescribed to active military and Vets who are suffering from the symptoms associated with the diagnosis of PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Syndrome) have documented side-effects that include suicidal thoughts, aggression, suicidal ideation and homicidal ideation amongst a long list of harmful health side-effects.

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If you know a war veteran who is a victim of harmful psychiatric practices or drugging, contact us today, we can help. Call us at 800.998.0399 or click here to send us a message online.

  • Today, 37% of war veterans are being treated for the symptoms of PTSD, with 80% of those being “treated” with at least one psychiatric drug. The extent of the increased diagnosing and drugging is reflected in the mental health budgets of the Department of Defense and the Veterans Administration, which collectively have reached nearly $9 billion annually.
  • In 2012 alone, more U.S. active duty service men and women committed suicide than died in combat, and veterans are killing themselves at the rate of 22 per day.
  • There have been claims that the high rate of military suicides is due to the unusual stressors associated with war. However, the facts have revealed that 85 percent of military suicides were among men and women who have not seen combat, and in fact 52 percent were never even deployed.


Combatting PTSD without psychiatric drugs

Watch the below video to see how former Navy Seal Mikal Vega overcame his post-traumatic stress after getting off of psychiatric drugs, and founded the organization Vital Warrior to help other veterans do the same.


Next, meet Brian Fleming, a #1 Best-Selling Author of “Redeployed: How Combat Veterans Can Fight the Battle Within and Win the War at Home” and Leading Authority on Combat-Related PTSD.

Brian has inspired millions across the globe through live appearances, radio and internet, as well as national and international television broadcasts sharing his personal story of tragedy and triumph after getting blown up twice in Afghanistan and severely injured by a suicide bomber who exploded 3-feet away from him in Kandahar. He is well-known for his outreach efforts to military and veteran families, philanthropy, and non-profit campaigns.

Here is an interview with Brian about his remarkable journey:

You can fine more information about Brian Fleming at

PLEASE NOTE: No one should stop taking psychiatric drugs without the assistance of a medical doctor. Click here for additional resources and alternatives to psychiatric treatment


Report psychiatric abuse of veterans!

If you know a war veteran who is a victim of harmful psychiatric practices or drugging, contact us today. Call us at 1.800.998.0399 or click here to send us a message online. CCHR investigates instances of psychiatric abuse and may be able to help you in seeking justice and in making sure that the same abuse will not happen to others. We may also be able to help in providing information resources about alternatives to psychiatric treatment.