• "Who Can Relate To What I've Been Through"?

    9 GIU 2024 · We welcome in Chris and Steve. Both veterans share their stories with us on their road to hope. We talk about how it's not just the veteran at Camp Hope who is impacted by PTSD. Their family goes through the trama too. What does PTSD awarness mean? And we ask the question: "Why do we need Camp Hope"?
    38 min. 52 sec.
  • June Is PTSD Awareness Month

    2 GIU 2024 · We welcome in Ray and welcome back Kacey. We remember D-Day as we near the 80th anniversary. We ask Ray and Kacey what this past Memorial Day ment to them and the veterans at Camp Hope. Then we talk to Ray. We talk about his journey on his road to hope. We ask him to look back and think about where he was Memorial Day '23 and to compare that to where he is now. 
    39 min.
  • Our Memorial Day Show '24

    26 MAG 2024 · Welcome back, Kacey. Welcome in Zach.  On this Memorial Day weekend, we take time to remember some of those that we lost. We talk on the cost of war, and not just the dollars spent. We look at the perceived stigma of PTSD and the conversation we think needs to be normalized. We ask Zach and Kasey what they think is the best looking uniform in the military and finally we get Zach's story on his road to hope. 
    39 min.
  • A Day In The Life Of A Bomb Assembler

    19 MAG 2024 · Welcome back Kacey and welcome in Matt. Matt served in the Navy. So naturally we have lot of questions about the food he ate and the best part about being in the Navy. We also ask him what his reaction was when he found out when he was deploying and to where he was deploying. Then he talks to us about his journey on his road to hope. 
    38 min. 57 sec.
  • A Vietnam Veteran Joins Us On This Mother’s Day

    12 MAG 2024 · Welcome back Kacey. Welcome in, Jerome. Jerome is a veteran of the Vietnam War. It’s taken 53 years to get to Camp Hope. We have a lot to talk about with him including his revealing some very tragic life events he’s been through.
    38 min. 51 sec.
  • It's OK To Have Emotions

    5 MAG 2024 · Welcome to the show Darren, and welcome back Kacey. We talk to Darren this week about his journey on his road to hope. While Darren is from Houston, he's been everywhere. Just wait and hear for yourself. Darren explains why when he got home he wouldn't stop at toll booths but instead would run through them. Darren speaks on other places he sought help and where they came up just short. Fortunatley circumstances brought him to Camp Hope working on a campaign. That's when Darren realized Camp Hope was where he needed to be. 
    39 min. 11 sec.
  • "I Wish I'd Found This Place Sooner"

    28 APR 2024 · Welcome back to the show Kacey. We welcome in Derek from Nacogdoches. Here at Camp Hope, we hope to never ever be the best kept secret. When we ask you to share our show with everybody, we mean it. We hear from Derek today and one of the things he mentions to us is that he wished he'd found out about Camp Hope sooner. We hope you will help people like Derek by sharing this show with everybody you know. Another thing we learn this week about Derek is that he's a master cupcake maker. So it's even more awkward when we ask him what his favorite MRE was. 
    39 min.
  • Here's To Our Dogs

    21 APR 2024 · We welcome back Kacey and welcome in Ben. Ben comes from Philadelphia so the first question we need answered: Gino's or Pat's? (If you know, you know) While Ben was deployed, his was a very special task he carried out everyday. We talk further about Ben's story on his road to hope and discuss the fact that doing what you think you should do when you get home, may not be what you actually need to do. 
    38 min. 12 sec.
  • To The Veteran Listening Right Now

    14 APR 2024 · We welcome back to the show Kacey and welcome in Richard. We want to let you know that everyone has some way they can help us at Camp Hope and we pay respect to those volunteers that do just that for us everyday. We talk to Richard about how he got to Camp Hope. He explains the moment when service became "real" for him. 
    38 min. 50 sec.
  • "Understanding That I'm Not Alone"

    7 APR 2024 · We welcome back to the show Kacey, and welcome in Jack. Veterans learn early to "push it (the discomfort) down, walk over it and move on". That may work during deployment but once the vets get home, that's no longer a good option. We discuss that very thing. We also discuss what the families of the vets at Camp Hope go through. There are programs for them as well that many don't know about. Finally, we talk to Jack. He discusses why he felt like he couldn't come clean about having PTSD and tells us his story on his road to hope. 
    39 min. 4 sec.

The Mission of Road to Hope Radio is to reach out to our Military and Veteran community and their families with real, practical help. We understand that when a person...

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The Mission of Road to Hope Radio is to reach out to our Military and Veteran community and their families with real, practical help. We understand that when a person serves in the military, their family serves along with them. Our show is designed be both informational and inspirational. Road to Hope Radio is hosted by David Maulsby Sunday nights at 6:00 PM on AM 950 KPRC. You can also like, follow and send us question us on Facebook. Join us on the Road to Hope!
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