A local organization is running out of money, and they fear they won't be able to continue helping soldiers.
For soldiers like MJ Alvarez, service dogs have made the world of a difference.
"He's there with me when I feel anxious," Alvarez said. "At night time, I have trouble sleeping. I know that if something's going on, he's going to be there to protect me. He'll bark, he'll let me know what's going on."
K-9's For Wounded Warrior is a non-profit group in Killeen. They train service dogs for wounded soldiers, and soldiers returning with PTSD.
But their assistance program could soon end, as the officials say they're experiencing a financial crisis.