Veterans

Pay It Forward!

Nami Pasco would like to invite the families of our┬áveterans who’ve suffered from psychological trauma during their deployment to join us: We have a newly forming support group, as well as special education class. In these settings you can meet with other military families dealing with trauma and related issues to gain insight and support.

what-is-ptsdIf you’ve experienced mental and/or physical trauma during your military service and received help enabling you to recover, your experience could be invaluable to those vets still suffering. Please consider being a facilitator for our new Veterans Support Group. To register or for more information contact Gil D’Amore at (352) 999-0615 or mapworld@aol.com.You can also reach NAMI Pasco at (727) 992-9653.

For information on Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and Traumatic Brain Injury symptoms and treatment, as well as other resources for veterans, click on NAMI Veterans Resource Center.

Gil D’Amore:
Your Veteran Advocate

Gil.VetsInTransitionGil D’Amore is a retired U.S. Army Sergeant and amputee. He’s also a compassionate vet who understands what life is like for members of the U.S. Armed Forces reintegrating into civilian life. We’re proud to call Gil one of our own at NAMI Pasco; he’s the go-to man for veteran support in our county. Also a current student at Pasco Hernando State College in the Human Services Department, Gil is a straight talker motivated by helping the people who served our country. You can contact him directly at mapworld@aol.com or (352) 999-0615 for inquiries related to veterans and their families coping with mental illness.