Clay Hunt on ‘60 Minutes:’ A theme in our documentary ‘Recovering’
Tonight, “60 Minutes” tells the story of Clay Hunt, a Marine with post-traumatic stress disorder who seemed to have everything going for him, but tragically committed suicide. He was a cyclist with Ride2Recovery, a nonprofit organization that helps vets heal the wounds of war. That organization is featured in our film, “Recovering” — and Clay’s story figures into the film. Check out “The Life and Death of Clay Hunt” on CBS News here.
Our documentary film, about vets grappling with PTSD, traumatic brain injuries and other wounds of war, will come out later this year. This film is independently funded, mostly by veterans, their families, cyclists and Americans who care about the services of veterans. Consider a donation to the film or pre-purchase of the DVD by going to the red Shop button above. We’re also seeking corporate sponsors. Contact Director Michael de Yoanna to bring your brand to a community that cares about vets: email@example.com