Trauma and Resiliency Resources

PTSD and Military Moral Injury© End Here

The Mission of Trauma and Resiliency Resources (TRR) is to END military suicides. We do this by focusing on Military Moral Injury© – a term we use to describe the wounding to the heart and soul of our warfighters. TRR saves the lives of military veterans, and also improves and changes their lives. We do this through our Warrior Camp® program. TRR’s focus is on  preventing veteran suicide and also improving the day to day lives of our nations combat veterans and the people closest to them. 

TRR intends to provide active programming for family members as well as First Responders – Fire, Police and EMS. 

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Combat Veterans of All Eras


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Training for Professionals

We work with combat veterans of ALL eras. Other aspects of our Mission are:

  • To train professionals so they can be more effective and efficient in treating veterans with PTSD, Complex PTSD and Military Moral Injury© (MMI).
  • To provide resources for family members and friends on how to better help their warriors.
  • To provide community awareness on the challenges of service and what it means to help our nations’ warriors to truly come home.

Warrior Camp®

TRR’s Warrior Camp® is a groundbreaking program for combat veterans of all eras. It’s mission is to prevent suicide, resolve combat trauma, support force preservation and enhance resilience. The focus is on Military Moral Injury, which is often overlooked in even the very best treatment approaches for PTSD.

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James Vanreusel is the founder and CEO of Vanreusel Ventures, with 22 years of global financial experience. His background includes helping new companies grow and scale, creating a framework for financial success, and acting as a CFO for emerging organizations as they build a solid business foundation.

He began consulting in 2008, specializing in private equity and asset management, where he raised capital, built portfolios, and operated company models. From there, he transitioned to corporate investing. As a CFA Charterholder, he became CFO for SPBD, a microfinance network in the South Pacific. He used his global experience in finance to launch and operate multiple banks in Samoa, Tonga, Fiji, the Solomon Islands, and a holding company in Singapore. The company in Singapore saw 600% growth under his guidance.

In 2014 he founded his current business, Vanreusel Ventures, in San Francisco. At Vanreusel Ventures, he leads a team of CFO consultants and financial analysts who work with companies worldwide in profit and non-profit sectors. He manages alongside his team to help businesses through the initial stages of growth, where his strategies and support guide businesses towards success and eventual independence.

His strategy focuses on creating a framework that supports companies in their early years to go from $1 to $100 million in revenue. This process involves building scalable teams and systems that will grow along with the business. Many of his clients are global organizations where he can leverage his international experience to offer customized strategies that are also culturally relevant. Ultimately, he prepares businesses to take on their first full-time CFO.

Alex Betke is an attorney and registered lobbyist focusing his practice on Government Relations and Municipal Law, a unique combination of legal concentrations allowing him to meet clients’ needs at all levels of government and to provide innovative resolutions to a variety of legal challenges.

Alex enjoys considerable experience working with the Governor’s Office, the Legislature, state agencies, the Attorney General and the State Comptroller, along with New York’s federal government representatives. His clients range from major industry associations and fortune 500 companies to small businesses and not-for-profit organizations, with work encompassing all aspects of government relations, including legislation, procurement, appropriations and regulatory matters.

Previously, Alex was elected for eight years as the Town Supervisor of the Town of Coxsackie and served several terms as a councilman before holding that post. Based on his experience and exposure to the workings of local government, he established and grew a municipal practice, and continues to serve as general and special counsel to various municipalities.

Alex has been involved in New York State politics throughout his career, serving as an elected state committeeman for the New York State Democratic Party and working on several statewide campaigns. This experience, in addition to his professional work, contributes to and informs his approach to legal matters and increases his effectiveness in advancing client objectives.