PTSD is a significant problem in children that requires early diagnosis and treatment in order to avoid the trauma experienced as the child grows. Many children are misdiagnosed or not receiving the necessary treatment at all. Rebekah’s Angels is determined to bridge the gap and fund the trauma focused therapy treatment necessary to restore each victim’s childhood.Learn about PTSD
Rebekah’s Angels has partnered with ART International and Inspired Performance Institute to help our children heal and thrive.
Our mission is to raise as much funding as possible through events, donations and corporate sponsorship to make treatment accessible to children and families suffering from PTSD and trauma. Most families coming out of a PTSD circumstance do not have the means to afford this specialized trauma-focused treatment and insurance does not cover it. We are passionate about going the distance to increase funding in order to see hundreds of children and families freed from the grips of trauma.
PTSD is widely known as a diagnosis for veterans of military combat, but trauma comes in various forms and children can often meet the criteria for PTSD. Through speaking events, interviews and social media we bring awareness to the disorder as well as the importance of treating PTSD at a young age so that trauma does not linger, grow deeper, and secretly spread in adulthood to form addictions, emotional instability, relational struggles, mental health issues, and educational setbacks. Rebekah’s Angels also brings awareness to the success of treating PTSD as a child.
Submit the application form in full so we can begin the treatment process.APPLY FOR A GRANT
Once selected, we’ll evaluate each child's needs and match them with one of our licensed therapists in our ART International network, determining suggested treatment type, length and location of treatment.
We will connect you to one of our ART International therapy providers and pay the treatment costs directly to them.
We will continually follow-up through out the process with both the family and the therapist to ensure treatment is effective.