Returning Soldiers Not Alone

Help and hope for soldiers and families dealing with re-entry and combat stress was the topic of a presentation to the Nashville Republican Women by Purple Heart and Bronze Star recipient Mike Jones of “Not Alone.” The charitable
organization provides confidential online programs and resources for those dealing with “the invisible wounds of war” at

Bronze Star Recipient Mike Jones, With Not Alone CEO Carter Andrews and Carolyn Amiot, First Vice President of the Nashville Republican Women.

On Wednesday, October 14, 10:45 a.m., at the Richland Country Club in Brentwood, the Nashville Republican Women held its monthly meeting with a special presentation by “Not Alone,” a charitable organization especially focused on helping returning soldiers cope with re-entry stress, depression and anxiety.

Speaker, Not Alone CFO Mike Jones, a Purple Heart and Bronze Star recipient, and a 1996 West Point graduate who fought his own battles with re-entry stress after serving in Afghanistan and Iraq was motivated to help other returning soldiers who suffered mentally after coming home from war.


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