NEW TONIGHT – WALKING ACROSS THE COUNTRY TO BRING AWARENESS TO POST TRAUMATIC STRESS DISORDER. VETERAN STEPHEN MEYERS IS A RETIRED U-S ARMY SOLDIER WHO SERVED IN BOTH IRAQ AND AFGHANISTAN. IN TRAFFIC AND DURING A PANDEMIC .. MEYERS WALKED ALONG HIGHWAY 204 .. TO HIGHWAY 17 INTO THE HOSTESS CITY TODAY .. MAKING A STOP IN CHIPPE-WAH – CHIPPEWA SQUARE. ALL IN AN EFFORT TO HELP THOSE SUFFERING IN SILENCE WITH P- T-S-D. “EACH ONE OF US KNOW SOMEONE THAT’S SUFFERING IN SILENCE. I REALLY WANT TO REACH OUT TO THEM. I KNOW THE THINGS THEY’VE GONE THROUGH. I MYSELF AM A COMBAT VETERAN WITH POST TRAUMATIC STRESS. SO I’VE BEEN OUT THERE TALKING WITH PEOPLE. WAR VETERANS, SURVIVORS OF RAPE, CHILD ABUSE, HORRIFIC ACCIDENTS, OR EVEN THE DEATH OF A LOVED ONE…” IF YOU’D LIKE TO LEARN MORE ABOUT MEYER’S STORY AND HIS JOURNEY TO H

US Army veteran walks to Savannah to raise awareness for PTSD

A veteran who has been walking across the country to bring awareness to PTSD made a stop in Savannah on Saturday.


A veteran who has been walking across the country to bring awareness to post-traumatic stress disorder made a stop in Savannah on Saturday.Stephen Meyers is a retired U.S. Army soldier who served in both Iraq and Afghanistan.In traffic and during a pandemic, Meyers walked along Highway 203, to Highway 17, right into the heart of the Hostess City on Saturday. Meyers’ goal was to help those suffering in silence with PTSD. “Each one of us knows someone that’s suffering in silence,” Meyers said. “I really want to reach out to them. I know the things they’ve gone through. I myself am a combat veteran with post-traumatic stress. So I’ve been out there talking with people. War veterans, survivors of rape, child abuse, horrific accidents, or even the death of a loved one.”If you’d like to learn more about Meyers’ story and his journey to help those suffering from PTSD, visit PTSDwalk.com

A veteran who has been walking across the country to bring awareness to post-traumatic stress disorder made a stop in Savannah on Saturday.

Stephen Meyers is a retired U.S. Army soldier who served in both Iraq and Afghanistan.

In traffic and during a pandemic, Meyers walked along Highway 203, to Highway 17, right into the heart of the Hostess City on Saturday. Meyers’ goal was to help those suffering in silence with PTSD.

“Each one of us knows someone that’s suffering in silence,” Meyers said. “I really want to reach out to them. I know the things they’ve gone through. I myself am a combat veteran with post-traumatic stress. So I’ve been out there talking with people. War veterans, survivors of rape, child abuse, horrific accidents, or even the death of a loved one.”

If you’d like to learn more about Meyers’ story and his journey to help those suffering from PTSD, visit PTSDwalk.com

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