MISSION STATEMENT

Provide activities and locations for Military, Police and Civilians in their attempt to overcome PTSD. 

(Related to shootings, stabbings, beatings, visual trauma and other violent situations)

 

Promote and assist PTSD affected people and their families in reintegrating with society.​​

 

Provide affordable locations for Police and other Law Enforcement to train.

A 501 (c) 3 Corporation
509 (a) (2) Public Charity
Contribution is tax Deductible

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How We Do It


We provide a safe environment for people to engage in conversation and activities that are only capable of occurring safely with Airsoft MilSim. Having this environment, we can give the experiences that are fun and safe, to replace the bad that people have faced. This replacement theory has been tested and works. We encourage people to talk to others with similar bad experiences. “Having someone to talk to that has common grounds and understands the PTSD feelings”. These conversations help get the bad out so it can be dealt with, easier to see they are not alone. The feeling of togetherness and understanding makes the progress easier.
 
“Together we can overcome” “Support makes the fight easier”

PTSD Work Books

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Assistance MPC Needs

We are looking for dedicated volunteers.
3 Counselors with background in PTSD
2 Doctors with background in PTSD
2 Good at working with people
2 Background in fundraising
3 administrative/clerical
1 Obtaining Grants

 

Area of Operation

We are in Louisiana and with plans to expand to every state, region by region

 

 

 

 

Ideas / Think Tank

We are expanding our think tank
We want Military, Police, Civilians, Corporate Executives, College Professors, School Teachers, House Wifes, Merchants, (in simple words, people of all types)

Supporting Each Other

 

The only way MPC can work, we are there for each other. As one we fail …
As a group, we can decrease PTSD

What is PTSD?

 

Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is a mental health condition that’s triggered by a terrifying event — either experiencing it or witnessing it. Symptoms may include flashbacks, nightmares and severe anxiety, as well as uncontrollable thoughts about the event.

Events

Swamp Invaders
Saturday, June 24Th – Sunday 25th, 2017
Check-in June 23RD, 4:00PM – 7:00PM
Check-in June 24RD, 6:00AM – 9:00AM
Games Start at 8:00AM on 24th and 25th
Games End at 6:00PM on 24th
Games End at 4:00PM on 25th
Overnight primitive tent camping…

Rebekka

Director of MPC

Army Veteran

EmpressSquirrel@mpcmilsim.com

Randy

Director of MPC

Retired Army Veteran
PTSD and Surviving

Randy@mpcmilsim.com

NICK

DIRECTOR OF MPC

Army Veteran
PTSD and Surviving

Nick@mpcmilsim.com

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Tickfaw, Louisiana, 70466 U.S.A
985-351-0352

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