Who’s back? A struggling New Jersey veteran. Let me tell you a quick story. About 6 years ago, Project Help was called about a young struggling New Jersey veteran who was homeless and living on a park bench. He is 100% disabled and suffers with PTSD. He is addicted to drugs. Many judge him for READ MORE
Santa and Mrs. Claus, the Easter Bunny and Halloween… What do they all have in common?
The Project Help “Everything Party” at the American Legion, Post 132 in Franklin NJ was held on Sunday, October 17, 2021. Yes, they were all there for a day of fun, prizes, contests, wonderful food and music by the Nikki Briar Band. What a day full of surprises, including the 3 spontaneous showers that caught READ MORE
We’d like you to meet Jon
Meet Jon, a disabled veteran in need and learn how you can help him and others like him. READ MORE
What does the D in D-Day stand for?
Do you know what the “D” in D-Day stands for? No? Me either…so I went on a hunt for the answer. On the morning of June 6, 1944, Allied forces staged an enormous assault on German positions on the beaches of Normandy, France. The invasion is often known by the famous nickname “D-Day,” yet few people know the READ MORE
June is National PTSD Month
PTSD (post traumatic stress disorder) is a silent and invisible disability that can destroy the lives of the afflicted and those around them. It’s not new but had not be defined and identified until recent years. It is a disorder suffered by the military as well as civilians especially those in Law Enforcement and Firefighters. READ MORE