By Captain Don Roy, US Navy, Retired, Civil Air Patrol Chaplain
Fallen Soldiers March exists to help Veterans and their families who are suffering from PTSD and other consequences of war. We offer biblical counseling and, when appropriate, also provide service dogs to our wounded Veterans. We are a 501(c)3 non-profit organization and we offer our services free of charge. Please visit our website for more complete information: www.fallensoldiersmarch.com.
Our Veteran counseling network is made up of biblical counselors who are certified by either the Association of Certified Biblical Counselors (ACBC) or by the International Association of Biblical Counselors (IABC). We also have counselors who are military chaplains who may not be certified by ACBC or IABC, but who hold to the sufficiency of Scripture in counseling.
We provide biblical counsel in-person when possible, but also counsel via Skype when appropriate. If you know a veteran, or a family member of a veteran, who desires counsel, please encourage him or her to complete the counseling information request form on our website: https://fallensoldiersmarch.com/counseling-information-request/
CAPT Don Roy, USN (Retired) served for 30 years in the US Navy. He is an ACBC Fellow and serves as Director of Northshore Biblical Counseling and Training Center in Slidell, LA. He also serves on the Fallen Soldiers March Advisory Board and is a CBAmerica Chaplain for Civil Air Patrol. He and his wife, Elizabeth, have been married for 39 years and have 10 children and 11 grandchildren.
“CBAmerica Chaplaincy networks with biblically sound organizations to provide resources to our national association of churches. FSM is a trusted counseling agency focused on the needs of Veterans and their families whose services can be accessed locally or remotely via Skype teleconferencing. Using technology, isolated Veterans can access counseling support from any computer, tablet or smartphone. I recommend adding FSM to your list of Veteran counseling resources to use and share.” Chaplain Andy Meverden, Director of Chaplaincy.