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BUSINESS OWNERS WHO CARE ABOUT THEIR NEIGHBORS

DO YOU KNOW A
VETERAN OR ARE YOU
CONCERNED ABOUT ONE

Veterans return to the civilian world with existing challenges that many people outside of the military do not understand. The transition is made more difficult by social alienation. This create deadly consequences post-service.

BE THE SOLUTION
TODAY CREATE A
UNITY OF COMMUNITY

BusiNeighbor Inc.’s approach to reduce feelings of alienation is through recreational therapy. Recreation provides astonishing health benefits: decrease stress hormones, lowers risk of suicide and improves overall physical health.

POSITIVE
PLACE – A PLACE TO
CALL THEIR OWN

The BusiNeighbor  Recreation Center is a place for Veterans to relax. A place other than a hospital for Veterans to find purpose, fellowship with other Veterans and positively distress.

DO YOU KNOW A
VETERAN OR ARE YOU
CONCERNED ABOUT ONE

Veterans return to the civilian world with existing challenges that many people outside of the military do not understand. The transition is made more difficult by social alienation. This create deadly consequences post-service.

BE THE SOLUTION
TODAY CREATE A
UNITY OF COMMUNITY

BusiNeighbor Inc.’s approach to reduce feelings of alienation is through recreational therapy. Recreation provides astonishing health benefits: decrease stress hormones, lowers risk of suicide and improves overall physical health.

POSITIVE
PLACE – A PLACE TO
CALL THEIR OWN

The  BusiNeighbor  Recreation Center is a place for Veterans to relax. A place other than a hospital for Veterans to find purpose, fellowship with other Veterans and positively distress.

According to the V.A.

22 Veterans
Commit Suicide Daily?

Veterans feel isolated and alienated from society

**Social alienation is even more dangerous to your health than smoking, an individual with a history of weak social connections has a higher chance of experiencing prolonged periods of loneliness is likely facing a reduced life span, not different from that of someone who smokes 15 cigarettes a day.

One suicide is heartbreaking. Did you know one suicide affects 135 surviving individuals? BusiNeighbor grieves when a Veteran takes their life because suicide is not the way to solve feelings of lonilness.

BusiNeighbor’s approach to reduce negative feelings is through recreational therapy. Recreation provides astonishing health benefits and can lower the risk of suicide and improves overall physical and mental health.

DO YOU HAVE A STORY ?

JAMIE ANN BRUNETTE

SEP. 12, 1984 – FEB. 9, 2015

Captain Jamie Brunette committed suicide in Tampa less than a year after leaving active duty in the U.S Air Force.

Jamie killed herself with her Smith & Wesson .380 handgun. She was locked inside her Chrysler.

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ROBERT A. YETT

SEP. 12, 1984 – FEB. 9, 2015

Decorated U.S Navy Corpsman served 18 years Survived 2 combat tours in iraq with special ops unit

Involuntarily committed to a mental hospital, because he could not navigate the health-care system, or defeat the demons of PTSD and depression. Robert Allan Yett Jr. died at age 40. The official finding was an overdose.

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NICHOLAS D' AMICO

 SEP. 22, 1968 – SEP. 26, 2013

U.S. Army Veteran comitted suicide by driving off a cliff on El Paso’s Trans Mountain Road

Nicholas D’Amico attended a town hall meeting where he told the congressman about troubles getting mental health care for Veterans suffering from PTSD. Nicolas killed himself by driving off El Paso’s Trans Mountain Road just weeks after that meeting.

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BRANDON D "BUBBA" MEYERS

APRIL 8, 1988 – JUNE 28, 2013

Cpl Brandon Meyers, USMC

After two tours in Iraq, it took only one bullet to end a proud Marines’s life and to break a mother’s heart. “He wasn’t the same when he came home.” “my heart is dead”. “It’s a struggle to breathe every day.”

You’re not only investing in VETERANS, you are investing in the future of our country...

BE A HERO FOR
HEROES
TODAY!

THANK YOU !

YOU ARE PROOF OF ONE PERSON CAN MAKE A DIFFERENCE !

THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR CARING ABOUT VETERANS

and joining the BusiNeighbor family. Signing up for our Newsletter will keep you informed about upcoming events. Thank you for investing in our Country’s best assets.

WILL YOU HELP TODAY?

BUSINEIGHBOR NEEDS ANOTHER FACILITY

Your donation will provide BusiNeighbor the choice to purchase a property and fix it up or funds to rent and accupy an existing space. Unite with BusiNeighbor to help the men and woman who fought to protect us. 

WILL YOU HELP TODAY?

BUSINEIGHBOR NEEDS ANOTHER FACILITY

Your donation will provide BusiNeighbor the choice to purchase a property and fix it up or funds to rent and accupy an existing space. Unite with BusiNeighbor to help the men and woman who fought to protect us. 

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