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Deblin CARES Executive Director Visits Port Lavaca to Discuss Mental Health Youth and Veterans


In a heartening display of commitment and community spirit, William "Eddy" Schedule (Executive Director) from the Deblin Health Concepts CARES Team had the honor of visiting Port Lavaca, bringing with them a message of hope and resilience. This visit was more than just an event, it was a significant opportunity to represent veterans and discuss the vital need for building personal relationships among youth, especially in the wake of the pandemic.


The Purpose of the Visit

Eddy's mission was to share insights into the challenges faced by today’s youth, drawing parallels with experiences in the military and the overarching theme of mental health. The audience in Port Lavaca was treated to an enriching discussion that highlighted the importance of connection and support in these challenging times.


Insights from the Military Life

Eddy skillfully drew comparisons between the structured yet supportive environment of the military and the current societal landscape. He emphasized how the discipline, resilience, and camaraderie inherent in military life are vital in guiding today’s youth through the complexities of modern living.


Mental Health as a Central Theme

A portion of the discussion was dedicated to mental health, acknowledging the psychological toll of the pandemic on individuals, particularly the younger generation. Eddy shared strategies and tools, inspired by military training, which could help in addressing mental health challenges effectively.


Gratitude and Reflection

The visit concluded with Eddy expressing sincere gratitude for the invitation and the opportunity to engage with the community on such critical issues. The event was not only a platform for discussion but also a beacon of hope, emphasizing the power of understanding and support.


Reflecting on the day's events, it was clear that the visit had left an indelible mark on the attendees. The lessons shared, rooted in the experiences of veterans, highlighted a path forward where mental health is prioritized, and personal connections are nurtured.


The Deblin CARES Team's visit to Port Lavaca was a testament to our dedication to community service and mental health advocacy. It was a day of learning, sharing, and reinforcing the belief that together, a more understanding and supportive society can be built, honoring the legacy of veterans and the needs of the youth.

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