Jan 22, 2021
LEO Workplace Rights Advocate and Truck Driver, Charles Rodney Scheffler
Prior LEO and Owner of PTSDSupport.org, Cameron McKay
Charles' brother served as a LEO for 31 years ✔️
After his brother passed away from PTSD, Charles decided to dedicate his advocacy to his legacy and my love for his brother ✔️
Charles served 2 years in the United States Coast Guard, then transferred to US Department of Defense special forces for 6 years ✔️
He has been shot, stabbed, then was hit by I.E.D. (improvised explosive device) that ended his military career...
His goal is to make it so every LEO can use Employees Assistance Programs to get mental help at company expense and NOT have this go on their work record during and after their employment with Law.
Cameron served as a LEO from 2010 – 2016 ✔️
He was injured in the line of duty during Ferguson, MO unrest in March of 2015.
He launched PTSDSupport.org in 2019 to provide education and resources for anyone suffering from PTSD, as well as traumatic incident training for first responders and front-line workers, among other industries ✔️
Cameron just wrapped up his book, which started more as a personal story and ended up as more of a thank you letter to God for teaching him how to turn my pain into purpose ✔️
His hope for the future is that the stigma often attached to PTSD and other mental health related disorders will be eradicated and everyone, absolutely everyone, will have the ability and resources to seek help when and as long as they need it
Join us as these two patriots share insight that just might change the way you view EVERYTHING 🥰
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