Former Marine Visits Rochester to Help Veterans Fight Inward Battle of PTSD


By Melanie Johnson

There are many faces of the American soldier. Some are of bravery and sacrifice, but for those that survive to tell the tale, there are internal wounds from the battlegrounds that come as another fight to win.

“We have 22 veterans committing suicide every day and it`s becoming kind of an epidemic. It`s a pretty serious problem that people are kind of much brushing under the table,” said Marine Corps Veteran George Wilczak.

Best-selling author, motivational speaker and marine veteran Chad Robichaux has been traveling coast to coast spreading the message of hope and survival. His work has been inspired by veterans and active duty service members that have come to the dark crossroads of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, something he says almost caused him to take his own life.

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