Looking for Veterans this weekend for Nationwide Mental Health Campaign in NYC

Here’s a chance to help our Nation’s Veterans get the support and resources they’ve earned through their service. Make the Connection has already successfully filmed scores of Veterans and their families and we would love to hear from you! With love, Emotion Technology

The details…

  • Veteran of any branch, any service dates
  • Can speak to some kind of mental health related support (i.e., counseling, therapy)
  • Availability for filming on June 22, 23, or 24
  • Will receive $100.00 for your time. Family members welcome to participate (also eligible for $100.00) 

If you know of anyone who might be interested please call (347) 620-2058 or email meredith@emotiontechnology.com.

Looking for Veterans for Nationwide Mental Health Campaign in NYC

  • Looking for veterans (not actors) of any branch, any service dates
  • Must have received some kind of mental health related support (i.e., counseling, therapy)
  • Must be available for on filming on June 22, 23, or 24 
  • We need about an hour of each person’s time 
  • We can offer $100.00 for your time 
  • Family members also welcome to participate (also eligible for $100.00)


If you know of anyone who might be interested please call (347) 620-2058 or email meredith@emotiontechnology.com. Here’s a chance to help our Nation’s Veterans get the support and resources they’ve earned through their service. Make the Connection has already successfully filmed scores of Veterans and their families and we would love to hear from you!


With love,

Emotion Technology





Help CrisisChat.org grow by sharing our IndieGoGo video!

Crisis Chat and Emotion Technology are working together to provide critical life saving emotional support online. We need your help spreading the word about this important fundraising campaign.

With this campaign, Crisis Chat hopes to expand hours between 1 a.m. – 4 a.m. EST for three months. They have received so many requests from chat visitors telling them that these are the hours they need.

Will you help us by blogging about our IndieGoGo video today? The online community is a loving and supportive space…let’s work to save lives together!

-Emotion Technology

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