Here is a little information about episode number 943 of the Vietnam Veteran News Podcast where another method of dealing with the ravages of PTSD will be featured. The Help Heal Veterans program was covered in a story coming from Corpus Christi, Texas. It was on the kristv.com website and was titled: Help Heal Vets helping vets manage PTSD through crafts. Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) can be treated with various methods. One very effective method has been featured on previous episodes of this podcast. It is Dave and C.J. Dunklee's Healing Box Project. Dave is a retired music teacher and has set up shop at the Truman VA Hospital in Columbia, Missouri where he is successfully helping veterans with music. His program is unique in that he has a 100% success rate. Each new member of his help group is given a brand new quality grade guitar. Then Dave proceeds to use his exclusive music teaching method and show the veteran how to play his new guitar within five minutes. This has an astoundingly positive effect and it always helps the student cope with PTSD. CLICK HERE for more information about the Healing Box Project. The Help Heal Veterans program has found another effective way to treat PTSD sufferers. Their treatment method utilizes crafts. Help Hospitalized Vets began in 1971 as a non-profit support group helping hospitalized Vietnam veterans deal with the scars of war no one could see at the time. As the times changed, the group shifted focus to helping ALL veterans adjust back to some kind of normalcy. Veterans say it's helped them to stay calm instead of being anxious. The program is designed to occupy the parts of the mind veterans struggle with turning off. Doing crafts engenders stimulation which discourage things like drinking and doing other harmful things. Get the whole story at episode 943 of the Vietnam Veteran News Podcast. CLICK HERE for more information about the Help Heal Veterans program.