Real Warriors Campaign Helps Service Members Combat Stigma
SAMHSA is partnering with the Department of Defense’s Centers of Excellence for Psychological Health and Traumatic Brain Injury (DCoE) on its Real Warriors Campaign, launched May 21.
Real Warriors focuses on combating the stigma associated with seeking care and treatment for psychological health concerns.
With the campaign theme, “Real Warriors. Real Battles. Real Strength,” the Web site features resources on psychological health issues, as well as video interviews with service members, their families, and others dealing with psychological health or traumatic brain injury issues.
Every page of the site lists the Veterans Suicide Prevention Hotline (1-800-273-TALK, press 1 for veterans), which is a partnership between SAMHSA and the Department of Veterans Affairs.
Find out more about the Real Warriors Campaign.
Returning Veterans and Behavioral Health
Employment for America’s Heroes
Treating War’s Signature Injury
Women in the Military