In-Home vs. In-Office Treatment for Combat PTSD
Clinical study in San Antonio offers gold-standard care at no cost

Are you looking for help with combat-related PTSD and hoping for easier access to high-quality care?

The STRONG STAR Consortium is conducting a research study with one of the leading treatments for PTSD, known as Cognitive Processing Therapy, comparing three methods of treatment delivery: traditional in-office care with a therapist; treatment in the patient’s home thru face-to-face visits by the therapist; and treatment in the patient’s home via video teleconference with the therapist (similar to Skype).

This study, which offers care at no charge, is being conducted in the San Antonio area and is open to active duty and prior-service veterans who previously deployed and are now living in the San Antonio/South Texas area and show symptoms of PTSD.

Are you experiencing any of these symptoms?
--Feeling jumpy or always on edge--Loss of interest in regular activities
--Haunting memories, nightmares, or flashbacks--Mood swings or irritability
--Desire to avoid trauma reminders--Sleep difficulties

If so, you may be eligible for this or another study offering treatment at no cost. Together, let’s find what best fits your needs.

Call 210-562-6726 or enter your information below and we will contact you within one business day.

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About STRONG STAR and the CAP
STRONG STAR and the Consortium to Alleviate PTSD are partnering, federally funded research groups made up of national experts looking for the best ways to prevent, diagnose, and treat combat-PTSD and related conditions so that affected individuals can recover and maintain or resume full, productive lives.

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