A non-profit organization accepting donations of food, supplies and money to help Waldo County residents feed their pets. Sponsored by the VFW Post 3108.
Generally the pantry serves anyone in Waldo County (all are approved). Moreover, they will serve any Veteran!
The pantry runs every third Sat. from 12:30 to 2 pm. They have supplies on hand at all times for Veterans in immediate need. They do ask what type of food you generally feed and also educate people about food so they can get the best food for their pets needs. They get regular donations from several places so they can usually give out a decent quality food…..like Royal Canin, Taste of the Wild, Nutro, etc….
has a resource list that includes equine therapy, acupuncture (a free acupuncture clinic for vets is listed), and counseling. Go to the website and click on mental health (found in the right column). This will give you access to a long list of available resources.
contains a huge amount of information about trauma and the recovery process. The “public section” of the website is designed for “trauma survivors, their families, or anyone coping with stress”. We suggest that you navigate this website. To do so you will have to paste this web address (www.ptsd.va.gov) in your browser yourself.
From the homepage you can access two self-help resources:
includes 17 self-help tools that you can sample. Start with one tool or problem you’d like to work on and begin to practice the skills in that section. Once again, it will be necessary for you to enter this site by pasting the following address in your browser
– This free mobile app helps you “learn and cope with symptoms related to PTSD”.
To get the app for your iPhone or iPad, use this link https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/ptsd-coach/id430646302?mt=8&ign-mpt=uo%3d2
To get the app for your Android device, use this link https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=gov.va.ptsd.ptsdcoach&feature=search_result