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Arts and Theatre Foundation for American Troops

At ATFAT We Work Very Closely With Those Who Have Suffered War Related Illnesses And Injuries Such As Combat Stress (CS), Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI), And Gulf War Syndrome (GWS). We Utilize The Arts Program As Another Form Of Rehabilitation And Therapy By Encouraging Our Troops To Get Involved With All Aspects Of The Stage Production Process Which Gives Them A Sense Of Accomplishment And Rebuilds Their Confidence To Re-Enter The Military Or Society. As A Part Of The Arts Program, Family Members And Friends Are Encouraged To Come Out To See The Final Stage Production That These Troops Have Worked So Diligently In Bringing To Life.

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