HOW SERVICE DOGS HELP

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According to a 2013 VA study, 22 of America’s military veterans commit suicide every day! 

Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) are significant drivers

of these suicides.  You can help save a veteran's life!

 

TADSAW Success Stories

A TADSAW trainer and a veteran/service dog team were interviewed on television.  The veteran described his life with PTSD and how his Medical Alert Service Dog  changed his life for the better.  

See another video about benefits of TADSAW dogs:

 

TADSAW: Veterans Charity


TRAIN A DOG SAVE A WARRIOR (TADSAW), a 501(c)(3) organization, is a service organization that is combating the veteran suicide phenomena.  TADSAW arranges for a suitable dog and provides training needed for the veteran and dog to become an accredited Warrior/Service Dog Team.  The dog is trained at no cost to the veteran as a Medical Alert Service Dog under the Americans with Disabilities Act.  TADSAW has trained and accredited over 1000 service dog teams for veterans.  The cost of training one veteran service dog team is $2500, which is funded through donations.

The TADSAW website explains how the process works and the life-changing healing benefits provided to the veteran:

     http://tadsaw.org/how-tadsaw-works/

VETERANS

For information or TADSAW application

contact:

TADSAW Program Director

Bart Sherwood

210-643-2901 | bart@tadsaw.org


Webmaster Jim Hansen at

contact@save22aday.org