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Have 2 minutes for our post-9/11 vets? TheBushCenter hosted #knowourvets event http://t.co/s03tA4lUfq 43's remarks very good too.
— Dana Perino (@DanaPerino) February 19, 2014
Thank you President & Mrs. Bush for hosting me for today's event on serving our troops as well as they've served us. #KnowOurVets –Jill— Dr. Jill Biden (@DrBiden) February 19, 2014
#KnowOurVets Last week Spirit trained veterans and Wounded Warriors in Austin. Amazing people, Amazing stories. Amazing workers.— thespiritguy (@thespiritguy) February 19, 2014
Mental Health Awareness Month
May marks Mental Health Awareness Month, an opportunity to raise awareness and reduce stigma, particularly for veterans and the invisible wounds of war. Members from the Bush Institute’s Warrior Wellness Alliance offered their perspectives throughout the month to discuss what they wish more civilians understood about veteran mental health, post-traumatic stress and traumatic brain injuries. They also discussed how everyone can help get more warriors the care they need. Check out their videos below.
How a Community in New Orleans is Helping Veterans Transition
Dylan Tête, Executive Director and Founder, Bastion Community of Resilience will receive the George W. Bush Institute Military Service Citation at the Bush Center's Forum on Leadership.
Creating a Global Veteran Community
Deputy Director of Military Service Initiative Kacie Kelly recently spoke at an international veterans’ mental health conference: “Evidence, Innovation, and Practice” hosted by Kings College London and the Forces in Mind Trust Foundation.