National Guard Association of the United States

One Mind for Research

National Alliance on Mental Illness

Brain Injury Association of America

Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America

Tragedy Assistance Program for Survivors

Comfort for America's Uniformed Service

Code of Support Foundation

Army Wife Network

Yellow Ribbon Fund

United Children of Veterans

Operation Never Forgotten

National Center for Victims of Crime

Social Media

Board Of Directors

Doug Price, for web (112x112)In remembrance of Doug Price, a Vietnam veteran, a founding board member of Honor for ALL, a generous donor of time and resources, and a tireless campaigner for the dignity of fellow veterans who bore invisible wounds. His friendship and his service will be missed.

Jean MooreJean has twenty years of experience conducting public policy research and building capacity for non-profit organizations engaged in social welfare activities, and grassroots advocacy efforts. Prior to joining NAMI, Jean served as Senior Associate, Service Delivery for the American Red Cross Service to the Armed Forces where she supported the provision of services to military members, their families and veterans – worldwide. Jean is a Persian Gulf War Veteran, and deployed to Incirlik Air Base, Turkey in support of Operations Desert Shield and Desert Storm. She received an Honorable Discharge from the U.S. Air Force after serving eight years as a Mental Health Clinic Manager and Technician providing psychological services to military members and their families.

Formerly, Jean served as Manager for the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) Military and Veterans Policy department – coordinating and implementing NAMI’s policy, advocacy and technical assistance efforts in the area of military and veterans’ mental health.

Thomas MahanyThomas Mahany is graduate of the University of California at Berkeley and a former cadet at the United States Military Academy from July of 1965 to April of 1968. In May of 1969 he was deployed to Vietnam with the 101st Airborne Division.

Mahany lost a brother-in-law to suicide after a long struggle with PTSI acquired in Vietnam.

In December 2009 he founded Stop the Loss Foundation, now Honor for ALL, following a 29 day hunger strike to raise awareness of the issue of PTSI and suicide.

He now resides in Royal Oak, Michigan and works as stonemason and artist.



Charles RileyCharlie retired from a long career in law six years ago, but continues to lend his expertise to the cause of raising awareness on mental illness and related issues.

Charlie retired in 2005 after 45 years of practicing law in Fulton, Mo. Prior to that, he served as a JAG during Vietnam.

Charlie has also worked with the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) and The Carter Center, helping in an area he cares very much about — reducing the stigma of mental illness.

Charlie is working with Thomas Mahany to carry out the mission of the Stop The Loss Foundation, which is to honor and acknowledge the invisible injuries of our returning soldiers.

Charlie currently resides in Sanibel, Fla.

Dr. Ochberg, a graduate of Harvard University and Johns Hopkins University, has a long history of working to both define PTSD and to raise awareness on the subject and possible treatments.

Frank Ochberg, M.D., a psychiatrist, has been a leading mental health authority since the 1960s.

Dr. Ochberg is a founding board member of the International Society for Traumatic Stress Studies and recipient of their highest honor, the Lifetime Achievement Award.

He edited the first text on treatment of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and served on the committee that defined PTSD.

Dr. Ochberg has also founded, headed or been part of a number of organizations dealing with PTSD and its treatment, including Gift From Within (founder), Critical Incident Analysis Group CIAG (founder) and The Dart Center for Journalism and Trauma (chairman emeritus).

Dr. Ochberg believes in the mission of the Honor for ALL and serves as the organization’s medical advisor.