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April 11, 2021

Get to Know the 5 Common Problems Our Veterans Face

Person Experiencing Anxiety Attack | Veteran Car DonationsLife in the military has its fair share of challenges. When they are deployed overseas, servicemen and servicewomen have to adjust to the social and political culture of the country they’re in. They invariably find themselves in combat situations, experience traumatic events, and risk life and limb as part of their duty.

The challenges do not end when they return home and hang up their uniforms to welcome a new chapter in their lives as regular civilians. Many veterans encounter a lot of issues after their separation from the service. Some even find life as a civilian more difficult than when they were still in the service.

Reintegration into society becomes the next mountain they need to hurdle in the next phase of their lives, and they need all the support they can get for them to succeed in this new mission. 

 

The 5 Common Problems that Veterans Encounter 

  1. Understanding their new purpose in life

Years of service in the military gave soldiers a sense of purpose. When they did well in completing their missions, they were rewarded with promotions. Along with it, they also earned the respect of their peers. In the military, their purpose and objectives were clear and they understood the roles they had to play.

When they return to civilian life, they need to reevaluate themselves and find their identity minus the uniform. They need to find a new purpose in life to be able to regain their self-worth. 

  1. Reassessment of their life goals

After completing their duty for their country, veterans are faced with the question of what they want to achieve further in life. This is a difficult process for some who encounter roadblocks in achieving their vision for themselves. 

  1. The idea of starting over

Many veterans find it difficult to come to grasp with the concept of starting over after they poured out their heart and soul in serving our country. Outside the military, they are just like the rest of the average joes going about life on an equal footing. 

  1. Traumatic experiences

Many veterans experienced traumatic events while deployed in far-flung conflict areas. These experiences caused them to develop post-traumatic stress disorder and other mental health issues such as depression and survivor’s guilt. This makes it difficult for them to rejoin society as it hinders them from functioning normally. 

  1. Disabilities

Some veterans suffer from physical handicaps and other disabilities from service-related injuries This diminishes their confidence in dealing with others and exploring opportunities as regular civilians. 

 

Be a Beacon of Hope for Our Suffering Vets

Former Marine Looking at Nature | Veteran Car DonationsIt is sad to note that it has become quite commonplace to see veterans loitering the streets, homeless, and dependent on the kindness of strangers to survive.

These soldiers who once stood with pride as frontliners in the country’s battle against external threats are now struggling to overcome the challenges of returning to civilian life. 

It is not yet too late for them to live a decent and dignified life, and you could just be the beacon of hope that they need during this difficult time. 

All you have to do is contact us at Veteran Car Donations and turn over to us any old vehicle that you no longer need.

We’ll sell your donated vehicle through auction and use the proceeds to support the critical programs and services that our charity partners deliver to their veteran beneficiaries. These nonprofits provide deserving veterans and their families with quality health care, financial aid, housing assistance, employment opportunities, family support, educational scholarships, psychotherapy services, and many other benefits.

Apart from our deepest gratitude for your generosity, we will make sure that you are amply rewarded for your charitable contribution. We will take care of towing that unwanted vehicle that you’ve been wanting to get rid of for ages at no cost to you. Be assured that we can collect your donation wherever you’re located in the country since we operate in all 50 states.

Because we are in partnership with IRS-certified 501(c)3 nonprofit organizations, your donation will entitle you to receive the maximum tax deduction in the next tax season.

We accept nearly all types of vehicles — even those that are no longer in good condition.

Check out our FAQs page if you want to know more about our program. For inquiries, you can call us anytime at 877-594-5822 or send us a message online.

 

Go Ahead and Donate a Car Now!

Now that you are aware of the tough struggles our veterans face, you must have realized how important it is for them to receive all of the help they can get. Your car donation will surely go a long way in improving the living conditions of the suffering veterans in your community. Call Veteran Car Donations at 877-594-5822 or fill out our online donation form to get started with your car donation now!

Veteran Car Donations operates in all 50 states.

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