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"david malls" Discussed on KTRH
"But, you know, go back and a little bit more time and maybe pick out one story on why and how camp hope came to be because, you know, we may know somebody in our family of friend. That is suffering out there. And they may not know that this Place exists to help right And that's our biggest issue always is just letting people know we exist and what we do works and it's free. So that's our number one obstacle and every time And social media is a great way to share this story about who we are and what we do reach a lot of people through social media. But yes, So if you have, if you have someone that maybe you start to see that, as a veteran, they're changing their behavior there a little quicker on the draw on their temper. More more easily agitated. Traffic bothers him or even though traffics non Hispanics that used to be with covert going on overmedicating over drinking or any of those kind of things, excessive drinking, you see those changes in their behavior. It's time to reach out. Okay, So, uh, a family member can reach out to you first. It happens all the time. And they know you don't have to rely on just the veteran to come to you directly. You you all are. Listening, and it may be trying to percent of the time that the actual that makes the first contact with us every time I'll sit, zah friend. It's a family member, or it's a veteran's court. Or a psych ward in one of the V A hospitals. It's almost never the actual veteran that reaches out to us first. All right, So you mentioned social media. But let's just in terms of numbers. Media getting contact. What if I am one of these people that has a family member? I want to reach out to you. Can you go ahead and is there a phone number? They can call their website. They can get some facts and information in background. Absolutely no. I always get informed. First just understand what PTSD is versus what television tells you. It is on the evening news. But understand what it is. And yes, our website PTSD us a dot or PTSD. Post traumatic stress disorder. PTSD US a dot organ. There's a link for the Houston area. Yes, for for all of our support groups for what happens at camp Hope for what PTSD is in our combat vets and how to notice some of the symptoms. You'll see that If you want to just talk with someone to learn more about it, or office number 8329124429 if you know a veteran and crisis And I encourage everyone to put this number in the phone because you're going to run across of that you'd meet me. I don't know anyone. I don't mean toe worry about it. Put the number in your film You might run across the veteran. It's homeless, and you don't know what the to do. 877717 78 73 877717 PTSD or 78 73. Okay, Now I did mention this and we'll come back from this first will break you could go into little detail is And we talk about this and in certain aspects. It's not just about asking people for money. How can people get involved? How can people volunteer even in this unusual time of covert 19? And how can you help if you're listening out there and you want to help? There are ways other than just writing a check and we're gonna talk a little bit about that when we come back from this break, David malls be with Camp Hope, which is part of the PTSD Foundation and They do great work here, and I'm going to when we come back also may not be in the next 10 minutes, maybe 20 minutes from now or so more brag about some of the local companies that have really stepped up. Besides, just like maybe the berry but great bury brigade. That's a tongue twister and every realize that, But those people can help. But some of the companies that have really stepped up to the game on this and maybe you can be one of those. Cummings. Maybe you could be one of those people that really wants to help the PTSD foundation and especially camp hope here locally. So get your Panhandle. Get your pencil handy. Get your piece of paper that your smartphone ready like David David typing away over there right before he went on the air, So I know he's posting some stuff right now, and I won't get I want to get the garden line audience involved. At the very least as well. This is the garden line. I'm Randy Lemon would be back with David Malls. Me with camp hope in just a moment, getting dirty on the air since 1984 this term for a long handled gardening tool garden line with Randy Lemon. The best way to feel love is to share it. That's why Subaru created.
"david malls" Discussed on The Leader
"I'm David Malls land. There were more than thirty thousand confirmed cases of COLUNA virus around the world but the number could be much higher right now. Has the death toll arises toward seven hundred the global race to produce a vaccine. Today's podcast his about that effort from the Evening Standard in London. This is the leader in the search for the source of KUNA virus. Scientists are looking at the forest of China in amongst the trees somewhere in the wildlife. This is where it's currently believed the disease started because says infectious disease expert. Professor David Heymann explains this says how they all start. This outbreak is important for two reasons. It spread rapidly during the Chinese New Year it also boarded airplanes and spread out into other countries so every outbreak has dynamics every human infection have endemic likely has come from some place in nature in the past. Weather's virtuosos breach. IV The transfer from animal to human is thought to have happened via one of the food markets and China's city of Wuhan the stalls. They're stacked with cages containing exotic animals some captured from the forests. Some of them protected species evening. Standard Health at Ross. LYTLE says among them is likely to be the carrier of the corona virus. Initially it was reported that it was potentially from bots or snakes or certainly. We know that they're more than one in life. Animal markets in Wuhan and arraigned that was suspected to be the source of this today. The were reports in Chinese University S. T. Dot essentially tape of ant-eater believe is no potentially thought to be the source essentially. This seems to be the case that some of these species species even though they're endangered were still being treated and eaten in China.
"david malls" Discussed on KTRH
"Their stories thank you to camp hope. to our residents to our counselors and to David malls before coming over and sharing with me today your stories are processing XML start with you will go back and forth. you signed up for the army. one. I was raised by marines so is always in my destiny I just took me a little longer than the rest of them so in and join to us twenty six years old what happened on nine eleven does that affect your decision I was actually drive and my wife so the hospital she was having complications with our oldest son Dylan so I was on my way to Baytown sends in a hospital with her. and she thought that they were gonna bomb us in a little single Ford ranger and isolating worried about us right now so I enjoy until years later. what was what drove the decision to join. like I said it was always in my destiny as a man kinda like Santos I don't know where I was going at first I was a young dad with two boys at the time. married for a. five years at the time so it it was just my time I rebelled against my grandfather's wishes a lot of times and yeah I was just I was ready. with direct went direct in Afghanistan I did yes which one first I went to Afghanistan first two thousand six two thousand seven. on our return torn seven oh eight went to Iraq and nine went back to Afghanistan in two thousand ten and back to Afghanistan to those on them it's a lot of tours rather yes Sir. that's a lot of tours. me guys you know that did that. quite a bit in the unit I was in the up tempo is a fast moving so the operation's tempo it was we took over the see just sort of took over the battle space there in Afghanistan so it was a it was a constant I was just what we did. wow. looking back. is that. not a bad idea if you're running the military today since somebody into that many tours are you different on the back end of a career like that. the first five years I was in was deployed five times so I say about my after my third to war thanks a lot of guys said it today that this loyalty I had with my brothers I was going to keep going until I dusted. and after my fifth Toro was exhausted men said it best I was taught not to on our medical assistance when we come back. nothing's wrong want to go home I want to stay fit for the fight because brothers leaving brothers a Diane right there with me and I want to stay in there for the fight so I didn't release any problems until the very end are you still exhausted no Sir guys got my back and I didn't realize that until you heard my story until of scream into the sky for help yeah to him because I thought I was bigger than gun was tougher than gun. and when I did that it was it was time for Campo I'm gonna find that interview we did before yes your son in it's a powerful powerful story I'm gonna find that between Ramon I will we will find it Jake. you you also went to Iraq and Afghanistan signed up for the army yes Sir how many tours I did for full towers that into Iraq into Afghanistan well yes Sir. that's a lot it's the. it was a lot but at the time it seemed it seem normal I am between the the deployments in training it was it was it seemed like it was better to be that way you stay busy didn't have time to think about those those things that the the questions they ask you when you're back as far as that the things that Ben and she mentioned you know the the assessments on how you're feeling or did you see these things are you bothered much worse as war than you imagine..
"david malls" Discussed on KTRH
"David malls be enough for the good work he does he's executive director of Campo and he's always thanking me or thank you Russell or thanking someone else for what they do for the organization and I should really do more thinking of him David was a pastor at a church when he was brought in to can't cope at its inception and if it was in a it was not the organization it is today let's say that you had to have a vision any of you who have ever been involved with a start up non profit or profitable when you become successful you learn you you look back and you appreciate man people wouldn't believe we have a desk in here we had to go get it card table to work on we didn't have any computers we just had to bring what we had from home I mean it was rough and and then you see it grow and develop and nurture and it it's like a human life it just takes on this this life so one of the things that David is started doing to tell the stories and hopefully inspire other veterans it you too can make it through this you can make it through the the wounds of war that we don't see that are not visible and this program can help you remember it doesn't cost the veteran a penny we raise the money there's no government money that goes to it it's all donor dollars it's people like you donating products services and time to this organization well now what they started doing is when someone graduates a six month program they asked him to tell a little bit about Hey where were you when you walked in the door and and how are you now and now this is one of those just I'm David Mosby welcome to camp hope here in Houston Texas opportunity for you to me one of our newest graduates senators yourself tells the story sorry US army service okay when we either a seven on all right coming home some point he just he was for your life what was that looking like what was going on so here's violence drug abuse drive all the time surfing and stuff everybody in my family where the issue away pretty much for the survey here how to help me and I refuse to help myself how do you put good friend of mine then Sanders from here this give me give me a place to stay close almost for awhile having working on this ranch and we both heard about it from Michael very radio yeah I didn't want to help at the time so I just shrugged it off the after the lessons about but I got into we have some of our travel policy here has it been for you the roller coaster ride sure it is while a lot of work some down some major breakthroughs good come a long way very good well congratulations on making it this far we appreciate in glad you're here if you.
"david malls" Discussed on KTRH
"Ways to prepare big. And you can either fry it or get botulism. Shrinkage that occurs. You start with a pound you end up with a bookmark. Really the only bad part about bacon. Is it makes you thirsty for more bacon? I never feel like I get enough pay again at breakfast. It's like, they're rationing. Here's your two strips of bacon. Whatever you're at LeBron's buffet. And you see that big metal tray with a four thousand pieces of bacon. Don't almost expect a rainbow to becoming out of it. Bacon trays always at the end of the buffet regret. All this stuff on your plate. What am I doing with all this worthless fruit? I should've known you were here. I would have waited. See if I can find. Free sent something to Chad. He was supposed to print lead in print. It's very rare for Chen, not to do something. There was. It was a message from David malls b. Regarding a veteran. And I wanted to see if I could find it. So just bear with me for a moment. Here must see if I can. And..
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"david malls" Discussed on KTRH
"If you want, but you're not required. You don't have to spend a damn if you don't want to it's for our listeners. We're going to have a lot of our camp residents there. Oh, I'm glad that. David malls, be told me what we need. So. I would like to double the number of unwrapped presents that we deliver to camp. Hope they're going to take them away with them tomorrow night guy. Some of the residents of camp hope we're going to be there tore night now understand when you shake the hand of a camp resident or staffer, you're shaking. The hand of a veteran almost always a combat veteran. Often Iraq Afghanistan. Many occasions wounded. Almost all occasions. Having lost a buddy in war. There are some Vietnam gas, but not nearly as many as the younger gas, Iraq and Afghanistan. Realize that when you shake the hand of those guys, and you'd think for for their service, you're talking about guys who've served our country in war, and then come home and found themselves in a bad situation. Mentally got to camp hope because another veteran was waiting there to help them up. And now they've turned around and they're serving other veterans. Now, if that's not humbling, I don't know what is the bible is very clear not on being a king. We're not to be kings and lords and princes. We're to be servants. That is the example we're given to reduce ourselves before other men to wash the feet of those around us. When shoes weren't in vogue and feet were filthy, those are the examples right service. So if you do come tomorrow night, you're not required to bring an unwrapped gift or a gift card. You're not required. But if you've got a gift card at the company that you're not really excited about or in a yellow in a white elephant. Event or whatever you got an extra fifteen bucks your kids got a piggy Bank. You're not sure what to do with it. In you wanna give it absolutely positively? We'll take it and we'll have camp hope on site to take cash donations and any gifts and the thing they need more than anything else..
"david malls" Discussed on KTRH
"To my inbox high. That's David Mallaby with PTSD foundation. And camp hope if I wanted to just go out and take a look 'cause I needed to understand how it's working out there before I made any kind of donation financially, or I'm a corporate sponsor, don't you encourage people coming out. Yes. Take a look we don't spend money marketing. So we're trying to get people. There. Fact, we have some companies that will do there. Company. You know, veterans meeting on our campus, we have a room that'll hold about one hundred people at a time. So we invite them to come out. We'll feed him. We'll do the whole nine yards. We want them on our campus. We want them to see what's going on. So yeah, you can call and schedule a tour of is just you or a small group that you're part of will host your meeting. We want you on our campus. We want you to meet our veterans. Thinking outside of the box here. But I would love to see groups of people go in like a club like a Key Club like something like that a group of adults not not just a school group. But a group of adults who gather once a week to make this their meeting sometime and see how they can help we do that with the with the management company right now. Excellent. I'm not thinking outside of the bonds. So we're doing it is my mind because I have to basically teenagers at the house. I actually like it when they get taken to see how things are working. I'd like to see groups of adult see how this works and why it works and we won't bring the teenagers out to. Yes. That's another side of the story too quickly break, we'll be back a little bit more with David malls, be the PTSD foundation and camp hope and a little bit of how you can help if your garden line fan garden line listener, I want you to take advantage of this opportunity of this insider information real quick, David that the radio show is on what time it's Geno. Onto o'clock on Sunday afternoon tomorrow, we're we're at eight because of a you've h basketball game typically, it's two clocks on the afternoon. KRC nine five and the title of the show again road to hope radio Rhodope radio. We'll be back in just a moment with David malls. And PTSD foundation. It's been said a well mode yard of weeds looks just as good as a well mode yard of grass. Go ahead and tell that to your HOA is see what happens, and you may want to move that trailer and boats off your driveway. This is garden line..
"david malls" Discussed on KTRH
"Can go there. And there's a there's an active wishlist therefore for what's needed. Currently we go through a lot of firewood this time of year. It's a very popular thing at our place. PTSD USA dot USA, USA dot PTSD, USA dot or we're gonna take a look at that wishlist during this first break coming. That's David malls, be executive director. What what is your official title over there? Hey, you chief bottlewasher the executive directors what they put on a car. Sure what that means of Campo for the PTSD foundation. Like all of you, the listeners that are looking for a charity to give to this season to check out that website, PTSD, U S A dot org. When we come back. We're gonna talk a little bit more about some of the things that they do that have I guess been replicated in other major cities to show you how serious a problem this is with post traumatic stress disorder with a serving military veterans our phone number. If you have any question for David that I'm not thinking of maybe it's a question you have about it. And you can Email this to me to popped up Email just in case these questions come up. How can you help? Give us a call seven one three two one two seven one three two one two five. Five eight seven four on hit the Email link at Randy lemon dot com or KTAR H dot com right now. I say tomato you say tomato, I say Bogan via and unfortunately, those who don't listen to garden line say Bougainville lower..
"david malls" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"To expect us radio twelve hundred w away. I. David don't be sniffing the whole interview. I just heard bizarre guest. I'm going to try to get him not sniff out into the microphone, but I can't promise show anything because he's got the microphone up a little bit. Hi, David malls, busy, executive director of camp hope and a Mench of a man he devotes. He devotes more hours to our veterans with PTSD than most people in a week, the most people work in a month. It's amazing. What he does tirelessly love the guy. I love you. I love the as a heart for these veterans. David I asked you to stop in because you were recording your show on Sunday, which is veterans road to hope here in Houston is what the show is called and this podcast. You can find it. But since you were in the building I want to ask a couple of questions that come up a lot. So you saw the Email from a listener. Who said, hey, I got a guy that I'm working with. He's clearly got PTSD. He clearly needs help. I don't want him to take his own life. We're losing twenty two Veterans Day. It's people in your own neighborhood is people in your own workplaces people in your own family. It's guys at serve in your own unit. Anyway, so he says I got this guy. He needs to call camp hope and get in get help. You've made it clear to me to camp hope can help him. I can't get him to call. What do I do? All right. So we have a great team an outreach team that's far better at this. And I am thankfully, we will. We'll try to find a way to connect with him. Hey, come hang out with us for a barbecue or grill. Burgers, snide come hang out with a bunch of vets will try to make a non therapy typesetting, at least in his mind. We don't do therapy anyway. But we try to get past. That mindset. That's not who we are. What we do. Just coming out with a bunch of vets, let's talk. Let's find a way to meet scare grab some coffee. Let's go to a game anything like that to get him out from his environment and into a place where he feels safe with other vets? So when he picks up that call though, you know, I've listened I'll tell you in my own life. I might wanna go I might be thinking of. Buying a vehicle. And but I don't want to go on the lot. I'll wait till lots closed because I don't want to enter the lot. And then all of a sudden, I'm in the system, they want your phone number. They weren't. So I'll go when the when the lots close, right? It strikes me that one of the things these veterans that are suffering from PTSD, and they know it it's sort sorta like entering a or starting a diet. You know, you need to do something about it. But you don't want to get caught into something you want to get a little information debutante get out. Right. Absolutely. So how do you get them to make that first call? Well, that's the best ways. We can get them to call us rather than us. Call them. We get sometimes vets that get angry because their sister their mother or their spouse. Whoever's have my beloved one's hurt and can you reach out to them? Well, we can it's not the best way to gripe about it. But if that's all we can do we will. We'll do our best. But. Yeah, websites as websites are so important. A lot of times that's the way to sniff and smell before actually getting out. And seeing it for yourself see what they're about. We're not. We're not therapists were not willing to all that. We're just going through the same thing bins at the same places. When you when they don't do much anymore. But when they first came out with the scratch and sniff. What was your favorite flavor on the scratches now?.
"david malls" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX
"Don't be sniffing the whole interview. I just heard you snoop our guest I'm going to try to get him not to sniff around into the microphone, but I can't promise show anything because he's got the microphone up a little bit. Hi, David malls, busy, executive director of camp hope and a Mench of a man he devotes he devotes more hours to our veterans with PTSD than most people in a week, the most people work in a month. It's amazing. What he does tirelessly love the gun. I love you. I love the as a heart for these veterans. David I asked you to stop in because you were recording your show on Sunday, which is veterans road to hope here in Houston is what the show is called in this podcast. You can find it. But since you were in the building on a couple of questions that come up a lot. So you saw the Email from a listener. Who said, hey, I got a guy that I'm working with. He's clearly got PTSD. He clearly needs help. I don't want him to take his own life. We're losing twenty two Veterans Day. It's people in your own neighborhood is people in your own workplaces people in your own family. It's guys at serve in your own unit. Anyway, so he says I got this guy. He needs to call camp hope and get and get help you've made it clear to me that camp hope can help him. I can't get him to call. What do I do? All right. So we have a great team an outreach team of as far better at this. And I am thankfully, we will. We'll try to find a way to connect with him. Hey, come hang out with us for a barbecue or grill. Burgers, snide coming out with a bunch of vets will try to make a non therapy typesetting, at least in his mind. We don't do therapy anyway. But we try to get past. That mindset. That's not who we are. What we do. Just come hang out with a bunch of vets. Let's talk. Let's find a way to meet scare grab some.
"david malls" Discussed on Sportstalk 790
"I'm going to guess it will be hot with some windy days some cloudy days some calm day some clear days and some rainy days that's summer that's it that's the whole storm season some days will be windier than others some days will be cloudier than others bit's gonna be summer and it's going to be hot and we're already looking at one hundred degrees on this memorial day weekend and in case you don't remember what memorial day weekend is this is the weekend on which we are it's not just an extra day off of work or early dismissal from school this is a weekend during which we remember which we remember in memoriam the men and women who allow us to do the stupid stuff we're going to do this weekend the silly stuff the meaningless stuff going to the lake in the big scheme of the world is is kind of meaningless it means a lot to you if you're going to the lake or if you're going to a baseball tournament if you're going do anything it means a lot to you but in the big scheme of things these are just little tiny petty personal things that we do for fun and the reason we get to do them for fun here is because men and women throughout history throughout the history of this country have laid their lives on the line and many have sacrificed their lives so that we can go do this stuff so on the way to fishing on the way to baseball on the way to camping to hiking to birding whatever it is you're going to be doing this weekend in celebration of memorial day weekend how about you remember why we get to do that how 'bout you do that for me i would appreciate it and i know that the people who who serve this country and who served this country will appreciate it as well i don't mind being on this soapbox i could stay here forever i know a lot of people who served in the military a couple who died in the military serving this country back in the seventies a met through david malls be from camp hope a lot of young men who came back not as whole as they left and they were proud and happy to serve this country of there's a they believe in this country that much so.
"david malls" Discussed on Athletico Mince
"Yes question yeah yeah yeah i've got to was it two cylinder i'm bill into strong i've got spurs to stroke would you like to to attend the british manages club i ever so i was looking at this week to be in rules restaurant in london exactly the same time i mean i made sure i was as the british manages lunch club you know i get in the booth beyond them so the i can listen you got the chairman s i'm outta dice olimpija west brom royal from the palace tony pulis for middlesbrough david malls from west palm this monthly may i i of course big some all oh well aware comes for the month of showing a healthy profit of over a million quid so you know of voted a whole rose budget served with crispy owls fading petty petty pigs tits yeah they'll say an took their lunch club budges yes right so as i'm sure you've seen i'm well into phase one of the destruction of vitton namely funding illusion ment it's gone so well a moving into fast to a month early and negotiating improve contracts for some of the week players hey you can help me out on the i'm we can't carry on any further without mentioning this soup job mr perdue is doing it west brom ten point suggest well ahead of schedule so pod you stuns up your thank you some yell about a comb that not passed without thanking mr pool is for the malays he put in place before my reliable before my arrival allowing me to go straight to face three and concentrate purely on losing matches he can rest issue the selling him some strongest members at inflated prices come the some barrio mona of course we'll spend the cash buying any shit of mr moyers and mr hodgson some sorrow i see your in job soon zona very near what she plan spectacular recovery an extended contract or just off with a big payday.
"david malls" Discussed on KTRH
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"david malls" Discussed on KTRH
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"david malls" Discussed on KTRH
"Help there are people who love you people who want to help you there's a facebook page as well all the earlier shows are loaded there you you may just find that some of the things that are said they're on road hope radio appeal to you and i wanna say a special thank you to russula borrow jimmy chanda's gringos russ lebar sponsor the show so that david malls me in ptsd foundation of american raimondo was can put it on every week and if you're a veteran who needs help eight seven seven seven one seven ptsd villa of the texts however those insurance companies are what my up would call fat apples their ryan v o f vera ranked don't trust the insurance companies who matchroom up and bridegroom up until they pay you watch you deserve how about them apples if you've heard of horror truck right unita called me villa over the top floor hoyer at seven one three seven seven four thousand all be now i saw ask your tax asked put on my home i'm gonna tell you right now every place that i've ever redone i go back with james hardie siding dubbed the best citing on the planet and the main reason i do i don't have to worry about at once it's on their most sightings you've got to worry about bugs going after she got to worry about water rotting it you don't have that issue with james hardie citing its concrete siding wanted their it's there to stay and it holds paint better than any would material i've ever seen so if you're looking for the best side in on the planet i want you to take a look at change already siding now you can go to thi krogercom in click on the link to james hardie siding and just be amazed at all the different choices whether it's a lap citing a would shake look stucco look all the trim that they have fort change hearty siding is designed take a look at go to t h i throw dot com and click on the link to james hardie siding james hardie citing the choice of jim dutton and texas home improvement click the league thi road i thought you might be asking yourself winning glaring minds wanted to know people in this all these are naturally curious they know why you're here to losing derived monday morning at eleven you don't just absorb.
"david malls" Discussed on KTRH
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