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VETERAN OWNED: COFFEE VETS By Kayla Calix-Hestick | Photos by Delia Engstrom The summer of 2016 brewed a nonprofit company by the name of Coffee Vets. Founder Kip Nicely, Capt. USN (Ret), is from a military family. His father served in the Army Infantry during WWII, so his childhood was spread across army bases. PTSD wasn’t a phrase used back then, Nicely remembers hearing about it from his father as, “shell shock” or “combat

BALTIMORE — Millions of veterans live with post-traumatic stress disorder and there are a lot of organizations assisting those veterans who are suffering, providing service dogs, counseling and other resources. Now, there's a campaign to offer more support and it starts with a cup of coffee. For many coffee drinkers that cup of Joe is part of their daily routine, but one particular kind of coffee is brewed with purpose. "We looked at what we

How One Veteran Used Coffee To Fight PTSD BY BRENDA BUCHANAN SPECIAL TO BARISTA MAGAZINE Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder affects many of our veterans, but most are ill equipped to speak out or seek treatment. Coffee Vets hopes to bring awareness to a serious mental health issue. What do coffee, Annapolis and neurology all have in common? After speaking with Kip Nicely of Coffee Vets in DC, the connecting lines became much clearer. Coffee Vets is a non-profit

COFFEE VETS LAUNCHES ‘22 HEROES TO ZERO CAMPAIGN’ – AN AGGRESSIVE HUMAN CROWDFUNDING INITIATIVE TO COMBAT POST TRAUMATIC STRESS DISORDER (PTSD) FOR AMERICA’S VETERANS The “22 Heroes To Zero Campaign” Will Assist In Generating Hope For An Illness That Is Difficult To Accept And Often Overlooked VETERANS DAY, November 11, 2016, WASHINGTON DC– Coffee Vets today announced the kickoff of “22 Heroes to Zero,” a human crowdfunding campaign to combat Post Traumatic Stress Disorder

By Bobby Jones Staff Photojournalist As a former Navy pilot, Kip Nicely understands the meaning of sacrifice – flying several missions in support of the nation’s defense. Today, as the Campaign Chair and President of COFFEE VETS, Nicely has plotted a humanitarian course to combat Post Traumatic Stress Disorder in the hopes of lessen the debilitating illness that claims the lives of more than 20 veterans a day.[ To read more: Please click

Meet Miriam Kahn, Coffee Vets September Veteran of the month! Miriam was in the Army during World War II from April 21,1943-January 11,1945. She was part of the Women’s Army Corps and served where she was needed. She started in supplies, then went to the medical field and went where ever she was asked. Miriam is the proud mother of three children, grandmother to 14 grandchildren and 12 great -grandchildren!!! She resides in Glendale, Wisconsin