Who we are.
Posttraumatic Stress Disorder
is a group of professional and advocacy organizations
that have joined forces to provide educational resources to individuals
diagnosed with PTSD and their loved ones; those at risk for developing
PTSD; and medical, healthcare and other frontline professionals.
What is PTSD?
Stress Disorder is a complex health condition that can develop in
response to a traumatic experience – a life-threatening or
extremely distressing situation that causes a person to feel intense
fear, horror or a sense of helplessness. PTSD can cause severe problems
at home or at work. Anyone can develop PTSD – men, women,
children, young and old alike. Fortunately, PTSD is treatable. Learn
PTSD Alliance includes four national organizations that represent a
spectrum of healthcare issues related to PTSD; including trauma-related
stress, women’s healthcare and anxiety disorders. Learn more
about our Alliance
Drug and Alcohol Rehabilitation
We have noticed a close correlation between drug and alcohol abuse, and PTSD. We have listed a few websites that might interest you in getting more information or addiction help if deemed necessary.
- Beachway Rehabilitation Center, is based outside of Miami, Florida and is known as one of the leaders in addiction treatment.
- SAMHSA is a government organization that can assist people looking for addiction rehab programs.
- Rehab Programs is a website that gathers statistical information about drug and alcohol based on State, and City research.
- New Jersey Rehabilitation, is designed to help people in New Jersey find treatment no matter what their financial standing is.
- New Jersey Treatment, much like the above mentioned site, is set up to help locate the correct treatment facility for drugs and/or alcohol.
- Drugabuse.gov is a government website that provides studies about "The Science of Addiction".
site contains general health information offered as a public service
for educational purposes and should not be considered a substitute for
medical advice, counseling or treatment. If you suspect that you or
someone you care about has PTSD, it is important to talk with a
qualified mental healthcare, medical or other healthcare professional
for additional guidance or consultation regarding the proper diagnosis
and treatment of PTSD. Click
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