The Throttle Therapy collection is here and so is our second collectible enamel pin, Retro Dennis. With every release, we choose an amazing charity/foundation to donate 100% of the pin proceeds to. You can help us make a difference in the world by starting your pin collection today!
For our Throttle Therapy release, we have chosen to give our donation to Headstrong.
Headstrong, veteran-founded in 2012, is one of the nation's leading mental health care providers for military veterans and their families. They have developed a first-of-its-kind, comprehensive treatment program for veterans addressing conditions like PTSD, anxiety, depression, anger management and more. Treatment is individually tailored and not time-limited to ensure no mind is left behind.
Headstrong's mission is to heal the hidden wounds of war by providing cost-free, barrier-free, stigma-free mental health treatment. They serve active duty service members, members of the National Guard and Reserves, veterans of all eras, and spouses, regardless of their characterization of discharge or combat status.
In five short years, Headstrong have reached some incredible milestones, all whilst helping those who need it the most.
Headstrong provides many types of mental health treatment including;
Headstrong has demonstrated success in eliminating, or significantly decreasing symptoms of mental health challenges and creating positive results such as;
• 53% of clients reporting improved sleep.
• 73% of clients reporting improved relationships.
• 74% of clients reporting decrease in drug use.
• Headstrong have over $13.7M in direct care for their clients.
• On average, Headstrong treats 1,800+ clients per month through 270+ clinicians across 28 markets in 12 states, including Arizona, California, Colorado, Georgia, Illinois, Maryland, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Texas, Virginia, Washington & Washington D.C.
• Veterans are at 50% higher risk of suicide than their peers that haven't served.
• Suicide is the second-leading cause of death for post 9/11 veterans, accounting for 22.3% of all deaths.
• Because there are more men than women in the military, more than half of all veterans experiencing military sexual trauma are men.