"We new it was meant to be when we met John. We first met him at a local Dog shelter where he was donating his time to socializing dogs there to make them more adoptable. We made a connection to both being in the military and he offered some light conversation. My visits were always at my pace and he always gave me the feeling he cared. I never felt judged or miss-understood. He gave me alternatives to my behaviors and helped me research other techniques for PTSD and TBI. I felt safe knowing he would always have my back. Even though I moved he still checks in on me and asks how he can help. He is better than a therapist he is a Brother in Arms. Thank you for everything you do."