San Diego, CA
7300 S.O.S. PARTNERS
PROTECT THE BRAIN CAMPAIGN
Scan our Soldiers. Save our soldiers
This year, 7,300 veterans or active duty military servicemen will take their own lives. 7300 SOS is a campaign to raise funds to provide 7,300 veterans and active-duty soldiers to receive EEG brain scans to gather mental health data needed in providing help for PTSD and suicide among our military personnel. Measuring the brain's performance of a veteran will provide medical information that can help the medical community to identify anxiety/depression that in some cases can lead to suicide.
Help us provide 7300 brain scans for our military personnel to obtain necessary data to help with early intervention and more-informed mental health services.
The reality is there is no current object brain data gathered on Military personnel. Help is given to soldiers diagnosed with PTSD based on self-reporting symptoms but many veterans are losing hope of healing.
Help us obtain brain data to better understand PTSD among our military personnel.
7300 SOS Approach
Gather brain data on 7300 veterans and active duty across all branches of the military.
Analyze the data with machine learning.
Provide soldiers diagnosed with PTSD with a variety of resources to help them with recovery.
Measure pre and post-rehab protocols to see what is effective in helping the brain heal.
Present the data to the task force being put together for the executive order.
Executive Order on a National Roadmap to Empower Veterans and End Suicide
President Donald Trump - March 5, 2019
Draw upon technology to capture and use health data from non-clinical settings to advance behavioral and mental health.
On average, 20 service members and veterans die by suicide each day. As a Nation, we must do better in fulfilling our solemn obligation to care for all those who have served our country.
I am therefore issuing a national call to action to improve the quality of life of our Nation’s veterans — many of whom have risked their lives to protect our freedom while deployed, often multiple times, to areas of prolonged conflict.
Why 7300 SOS?