Supporters

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

Charles Riley

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.

chasnan111@embarqmail.com