Charlie Brennan – Thursday, May 29th – Jim McCausland on the Death of His Son and the VA Hospital System
Charlie talks with Jim McCausland, whose son, U.S. Army Capt. Thomas “Casey” McCausland, died at the age of 32, due to PTSD, about the VA medical system.
Some police chiefs and municipal leaders nationwide want to require police officers and firefighters to have an accompanying physical injury.
Charlie Brennan – Friday, May 16th – Matt Porter of Contegix; Morgan Miller on The Mission Continues Fundraiser; Rick Bagy of First Nat’l Bank of STL
Charlie and Debbie with Matthew Porter of Contegix; with Morgan Miller and Jim McCausland about a fundraiser for The Mission Continues; and with Rick Baggy, Pres., First Nat’l Bank of STL, about mortgages and the STL housing market.
IDOC says Brad Coleman forfeits eligibility for PTSD disability payments.
Brad Coleman, sibling of man convicted of killing his wife and sons in Columbia Ill., had been working as a prison guard.
Washington University Medical School lab is recruiting participants.
Actor Alan Alda is asking you to help some American war veterans who may be struggling with asking for help.
The Madison County Veterans’ Treatment Court enters it’s fifth year. Less than one percent of it’s graduates have ever ended up back in court.
Therapist Theresa Hubbard says like soldiers, first responders can experience traumatic stress.
In at least one case, someone who had served only during peacetime was admitted ahead of several people who had seen combat.