ATLANTA -- "It's a brotherhood."
The Shepherd's Men have been to war and all have come back changed, some damaged.
Staff Sergeant Jarrad Turner was a combat medic who was seriously injured in a rocket propelled grenade attack. He was thrown from a guard tower and suffered not only bodily injury, but a traumatic brain injury.
"I started noticing that my memory wasn't so good. I had issues with light sensitivity, had a lot of headaches," he said.
It was at the Shepherd Center, in the Share Military Initiative program, that Turner says he was healed, more than healed.
"Shepherd Share Military Initiative has saved my life," he said.
Turner's physical injuries, his brain injury, his post traumatic stress disorder were all treated at Share at Shepherd. It's among a handful of programs across the country.