I really want to thank our good friends Laura, Phil, Nathan and Emily Sudkamp for their generous donation to Camp Brown Bear. Their donation was matched by Toyota making it more sweet. Thanks all and look forward to seeing you again.
On May 24th Bojangles of Frankfort, located at 1239 US-127, will donate 10% of their total sales from 5:00pm-8:00pm in support Veterans programs at Camp Brown Bear. Come support these great people and this great program.
We were able to meet with the LT Gov to discuss Veteran Suicide in the Blue Grass State. Also talked about the Mission of Camp Brown Bear and what we are doing to help veterans.
Shockingly Honest and Brave
Based on a survivor’s real life experiences, interspersed with scholarly references and information about trauma, domestic violence, Parent Alienation Syndrome, and mental health illness. This book is filled with raw honesty, exposing the author’s most personal history. The ways in which she has coped are told in detail as she dealt with gas-lighting, manipulation, and unspeakable traumas.
As a sexual assault and domestic violence advocate and counselor, I have seen similarly unique situations played out time and again with clients. These topics are difficult to discuss in safe surroundings with solid support systems. The author’s choice to own her story and take back her life by exposing herself to the world is boldly courageous and no doubt terrifying. She shows strength and perseverance time and again in this gritty recounting of sexual, psychological and physical abuse.
Definitely worth your time to read! — with SteveandSabrina Brown.
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It was a pleasure meeting with Kentucky Veterans Affairs Commissioner (Brigadier General Ret) Norman Arflack to discuss veteran suicide in the Commonwealth, ways to better help veterans and our mission at Camp Brown Bear. In 2005 Kentucky veteran suicides numbered 48, in 2014 they increased to 121.