Rick Proctor is a man on a mission to help veterans get a quad. Why? Because with the increasing number of vets coming home with signs or symptoms of PTSD, it’s becoming more and more important to find resources to make sure these servicemen and servicewomen get help. What better therapy than a quad, the open trail, and little bit of adrenaline? The Department of Veteran Affairs website states that, among veterans, about 11-20% of veterans of the Iraq and Afghanistan Wars have PTSD. So for every 100 veterans returning home, somewhere between 11 and 20 of them are affected – and that’s only the number of diagnosed cases. It’s estimated the actual number is much higher. As resources are stretched tight for this kind of treatment, that’s where the non-profit comes in – Vigilant Vet Racing. Speaking from personal experience, Rick explains what Vigilant Vet racing is. Read our questions below to find out more about how you can help and what the program is and where to find it.