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Join New Caney ISD and Support Camp Hope

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Join New Caney ISD and Support Camp Hope 
Join New Caney ISD for the Battle Line on 59 and show support for the PTSD Foundation of America. During the week leading up to the Battle Line on 59 game, ROTC members from New Caney High School and Porter High School will be collecting funds to support Camp Hope.
Camp Hope, located in Houston, is part of the PTSD Foundation of America. Their mission is to bring help and healing to veterans and family members dealing with Post Traumatic Stress. 
How can you help?
  1. Donate Friday night at the game - ROTC members from both schools will be collecting donations at the gates of Texan Drive Stadium and during the Battle Line on 59 game.
  2. Donate during the week at PHS or NCHS - ROTC members from both schools will be collecting donations during all lunches this week. 
  3. Donate right now - Donate by clicking on the link below. 

Click the link below to donate right now. 


Your donation helps Camp Hope provide veterans with coping skills, leadership development, counseling, support groups, job placement, family member support groups, interim housing, combat trauma mentors and much more. For more information about Camp Hope, visit Camp Hope - Houston or follow them on Facebook and Twitter.



PTSD Facts 

  • One in three returning troops are being diagnosed with PTSD.
  • PTSD and depression are the most common mental health problems facing troops today.
  • On average, five active-duty troops attempt suicide each day.
  • It is estimated that over 20 veterans take their own lives each day.
  • About 30% of servicemembers who spent time in war zones experience PTSD.
  • Approximately 20% of veterans of the Iraq and Afghanistan wars (Operation Iraqi Freedom and Operation Enduring Freedom) have been diagnosed with PTSD. 
  • Symptoms of PTSD include: difficulty concentrating, lack of interest/apathy, feelings of detachment, loss of appetite, hypervigilance, exaggerated startle response, and sleep disturbances 
  • Houston is the second largest veterans community in the U.S.