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Mental Health Awareness Month
Members from the Bush Institute’s Warrior Wellness Alliance offered their perspectives on what they wish more civilians understood about veteran mental health, post-traumatic stress and traumatic brain injuries.
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 We Can Leverage Technology to Continue Taking Care of Our Veterans
At a time when we are practicing social distancing, it is important we continue to connect veterans to the care they need.
Bush Institute Weighs in on Medical PTSD Study
Deputy Director of the Military Service Initiative Kacie Kelly weighs in on post-traumatic stress medical survey and shares how this study may inadvertently reinforce negative perceptions about veterans seeking mental healthcare.
In Case You Missed It: LinkedIn Report Offers Eye-Opening Look at Veteran Employment Transition
A recent report by LinkedIn gives a glimpse of current veteran employment transition opportunities and challenges.