The Montana Veterans Fund Supports Causes that Help Veterans in Montana
November 10, 2021
The Montana Veterans Fund awarded a $10,000 grant to the Adaptive Performance Center of Billings and a $10,000 grant to support Indigenous veterans in Montana.
The Adaptive Performance Center (APC) serves disabled veterans and helps them improve and maintain as much independent active living as possible. From post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), depression, and anxiety to amputees, and para/quadriplegics, APC helps veterans in a way that just mental health and rehabilitative services cannot achieve. APC’s fitness environment encourages reintegration among veterans, and they are exclusive to military personnel. They believe in the motto “move your body, heal your mind” and using physical fitness to improve PTSD, limit depression, and lessen anxiety. Learn more at www.adaptiveperformancecenter.org.
Tribal Veterans Centers in Montana provide assistance to Indigenous veterans. This grant funding will support mental health services for veterans on the Flathead, Blackfeet, Fort Peck, and Northern Cheyenne Reservations.
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