The TADSAW, INC. mission is to provide for the training of a Medical Alert Service Dog, as designated by the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) of 1990/2010 guidelines, for any wounded Veteran Service Member (Active Duty. Retired, Discharged) surviving with Military Induced Anxiety Depression Syndrome (MIADS), Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), Military Sexual Trauma (MST) and/or Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI), in order to restore and improve the Veteran’s Quality of Life with a canine ‘Battle Buddy’, at NO CHARGE to the Veteran or the family.
June Special 2021
Flag Day – Monday June 14th
Father’s Day – Sunday June 29th
Now thru June 30th
Support a TADSAW Service Dog Team or TWO! Start your Tradition TODAY!
Donate $2,500 – 2 Veterans & 2 Battle Buddies are trained for the cost of One Team!
Donate $10,000 – 10 Teams for the price of 4 Service Dog Teams.
Other Service Dog Organizations train a dog for $25,000 to $45,000 – for only ONE Veteran? And it’s up to a 2-year wait or more!
Supporting the Veteran is not just a ‘once a year event’ …..
it is an everyday struggle of survival in order to PREVAIL!!
Check Out “Our Donors 2021” and their building blocks!
Be part of Making a Difference and an IMPACT!! (Click on Donate Dropdown)
TADSAW is the leader of Service Dog Providers in the area of Diversity, striving to mirror the demographics of Our Military and Veteran population with disabilities.
Tuesday, June 22nd 2021
A Monthly Tradition since 2013
Day of Remembrance for Our Veterans who are no longer with us.
Check on those Veterans who might be in a “BADD” place!
“Do not get lost in a sea of despair. Be hopeful, be optimistic.
Our struggle is not the struggle of a day, a week, a month, or a year,
it is the struggle of a lifetime. Never, ever be afraid to make some noise
and get in Good trouble, Necessary trouble.”
Congressman John R. Lewis
June is PTSD Awareness Month
PTSD Has a New Meaning
Participant Trained Service Dog
Destigmatize the Old Meaning
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July 2010 thru June 9th 2021
“The only thing harder than getting a new idea into the military mind is to get an old one out.“
B.H. Liddell Hart