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Two Ways to Support Veterans: Share Your Resources and Stories

Make your organization’s resources more accessible to service members, veterans and their families, and help each service member overcome the hidden wounds of war through sharing stories of their struggles and resiliency.


femalesoldierTOWDoes your organization serve veterans and their families?
– Send us a brief description of your organization and the services you provide to veterans (in 30 words) along with contact information and a photo of your staff at work or at an event.

Do you have a powerful story of a veteran that your organization helped? – Share a story of someone that your organization has helped (in 200 words or less) along with a photo.

These descriptions and stories will be featured on the Theater of War family of digital platforms for use solely as provided in the Terms of Use, which you can find at www.TOWtour.org/privacy-policy. This information will offer veterans and their family members the help they need to continue the healing process.

Read about U.S. Army Specialist Tousha Barnes in a special insert in USA Today’s weekend edition.

Feel free to share the graphic on your social media platforms.

Please send your description, contact information, stories and photos to Hannah Coen at HannahC@TheNationalCouncil.org.

 

The National Council for Behavioral Health has partnered with Outside the Wire to present the Theater of War: Soldiers & Citizens Tour, which stages dramatic readings of Sophocles’ Ajax to military and civilian communities throughout the United States. The theater performance encourages an open dialogue while creating a deeper understanding of the visible and invisible wounds of war.