Past Outreach for Veterans







PTSD Pioneer Dr. Kathleen Rosenblatt asks for help to support Veterans with PTSD and the families of fallen Veterans in Southern California.

Dr. Kathleen joins with this online charity site and, inviting caring individuals and corporations to help fund her Veterans Stress Relief CDs and stock healing gift baskets for grieving families.

There are 743 Californians who have died in Iraq and Afghanistan wars, leaving behind devastated families. California is home to the largest number of military who have been killed in Iraq and Afghanistan. Veterans PTSD practitioner Dr. Kathleen Rosenblatt is launching an outreach campaign to deliver Fourth of July gifts to Veterans’ families in Southern California, through, a unique support service for Veterans which reaches out to families with gifts and care packages that say ”We remember you and your sacrifice.” Donors will have the opportunity to benefit from Causora’s rewards here in Southern California.

Causora, a One-for-One giving platform.rewards donations and invites caring individuals and corporations to participate in funding or stocking these healing gift baskets..
To Donate to this Campaign:

A $20 donation to a Causora charity is immediately rewarded with a $20 discount usable at a local participating merchant. Causora’s mission is to help causes raise more funds by rewarding donations with the support of our network of socially conscious merchants. Causora has created a new ecosystem that links donors, charities, and businesses and gifts donors for their giving.

Cellular Meditation Pioneer

Dr. Kathleen is a pioneer in healing programs for Veterans and their families suffering from physical and emotional pain. She will include in the SoCal baskets copies of her PRACTICAL STRESS RELIEF CELLULAR MEDITATION CDs (Vol. 1 & 2) to benefit Veterans’ families and friends who suffer loss and who also feel the indirect trauma of war. In guided relaxation meditations, Dr. Kathleen leads them to gently stimulate the release of endorphins and dopamine—our body’s natural ‘feel good’ chemicals—and spread them into receptor sites in EVERY CELL OF THE BODY. The easy self-help exercises and practical tools provide a self-healing empowerment for PTSD, depression, loss, and grief, or to rise from ‘Okay’ to higher states of wellbeing. STRESS RELIEF recordings are available for free listening on her website

Dr. Kathleen: “Thousands of young soldiers are suffering fatal heart attacks from too many meds–for pain and mental suffering. We have to provide another answer.”

Renowned singer/songwriter Graham Nash has contributed generously to Dr. Kathleen’s project of Acupuncture Therapy and her VETERANS STRESS RELIEF CDs for all Veterans. It complements their on-going therapies and helps them recover from PTSD and restore well-being and good sleep.. She has lectured twice at the Combat Stress Conference about the science behind her work, so many Vets groups request them.

Honoring Our Fallen

Honoring Our Fallen ( is a unique Veterans support service, providing support for families of fallen military. It was created specifically to aid in the difficult moment of a fallen warrior’s return home and to continue support through outreach programs. ​

About Dr. Kathleen Rosenblatt

A pioneer in the field of Complementary Medicine, Dr. Kathleen co-founded the first Acupuncture clinic in the U.S at UCLA. Her books on metaphysics, published in Paris and by SUNY Press have influenced her understanding of deep healing of body and mind. She is currently Director of Community Outreach for the EarthHarmonyFoundation, founding and managing the organization’s food bank program and the Veterans PTSD Project. is a non-profit educational, environmental, and humanitarian organization dedicated to protecting and cherishing the world’s demarginalized, including Veterans, children, and the Earth’s pristine health itself. A non-profit 501C3, it will receive and distribute the contributions to and

If our young men and women are returning damaged and depressed, it is ALL our problem. To Donate through Causora