Our volunteers are the lifeblood of our organization. They serve on the crisis response team, answer the hotline, plan events, facilitate community outreach, accept donations, or help us with general administrative duties. Whatever your strength is, we’ll put you to work.
Each day, an average of 22 servicemen and women commit suicide. At The Crisis22 Project, we are here to help reduce this number.
Our mission is twofold. First, we raise awareness with a national call-to-action and refusal to sit on the sidelines. Secondly, our local crisis response team (comprised mostly of combat veterans and volunteers) is ready 24×7 to assist veterans’ families or first responders with immediate intervention. And we don’t leave until the veteran is safe, stable, and on a path to recovery.
You don’t need to suffer in silence. 100% of our crisis response team is made up of veterans and former active duty military personnel who served in all modern conflicts. We know what you are going through, and having successfully come out the other side of PTSD, we stand with you as brother or sister.
We are available 24×7 day or night and have veterans ready to help throughout the Phoenix metro area. If you are struggling, call us immediately.
For too many veterans, returning from military service means coping with symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). You may be having difficulty adjusting to civilian life or you may be feeling on edge, emotionally numb, disconnected, panicked or ready to explode. No matter how long the VA wait times, isolated or emotionally cut off you feel, know that you are not alone and there are plenty of strategies to help you begin feeling better.
If you suffer from any of the following, you may have PTSD.
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Crisis22 is honored to serve next to our partners in the community. As one we can change a life but as a collective we can change the world.
Patriot Guard Riders
Our mission is to attend the funeral services of fallen heroes as invited guests of the family. Each mission we undertake has two basic objectives: Show our respect for our fallen heroes. Shield the mourning family from interruptions created by any protestors.
Members must (1) uphold the values and traditions of ALEES, (2) be prepared to assist in their benevolent efforts to provide financial and other support to law enforcement families in need (3) maintain a positive image and professional relationship with other law enforcement personnel, agencies and supporting organizations and (4) continue to celebrate and honor the rich tradition of Irish Heritage and culture within Law Enforcement