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There’s a comic book for Ukrainian children titled “Daddy Returned from the War”

There’s a comic book for Ukrainian children titled “Daddy Returned from the War”.

The book teaches kids not to approach their fathers from behind, not to frighten them, and not to be afraid when they scream at night and explains that getting better takes some time and is normal.

Even 20 years after a war, every third combat soldier still has PTSD (post-traumatic stress disorder). And a soldier’s family members suffer, too, because they’re a buffer zone between the veteran and society.

Together with Volodymyr Dieiev, MD, the Charity has provided over 200 mental health and psychological support programs for the wives and children of Ukrainian defenders using USAID community-based reintegration and rehabilitation for military veterans in the US.

Dr. Dieiev is an associate professor of medicine at the Dnipro Medical Institute. He helps families understand the psychology of the soldier on the battlefield and helps veterans adjust to civilian life.

One rehabilitation course for a family costs approximately 5 cups of coffee.

So, every “coffee” you donate to this project will become an extra rehabilitation for those who defend us.

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