PTSD: National Center for PTSD
Spread the Word
Spread the word, but make sure to follow the COVID safety guidelines outlined for your area.
The following materials can be easily downloaded, printed, and/or shared for PTSD Awareness Month. Download all of the materials (.zip, 44mb) or download individual materials below, as needed.
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PTSD Awareness Month Calendar
30 ways to raise PTSD awareness, one for every day during the month of June.
Additional ideas to raise PTSD awareness.
Outreach Ideas for Mental Health Providers
Additional ideas for Mental Health Providers to raise PTSD awareness.
Hosting a Virtual PTSD Awareness Month Event
Explore the many ways to virtually spread PTSD awareness.
Drop-In Blog Post
A sample blog post to help readers understand PTSD and learn where to go for treatment.
PowerPoint Slide Deck
This PowerPoint presentation can be edited to meet the needs of your audience.
Ask your governor, mayor or other local official to declare June as PTSD Awareness Month using our sample proclamation.
Social Media Posts
This document provides suggestions for spreading the word about PTSD in Facebook and Twitter posts.
Social Media Posts (PDF)
Post our flyer in approved areas (ask permission first).
Use our flyer to promote your own PTSD Awareness event.
Customizable Flyer (PDF)
PTSD Awareness 3' x 8' Banner
IMPORTANT INFORMATION for the Printer: The file for the banner is a 9MB 300dpi Press Quality PDF. For ease of distributing, the PDF has been produced at 50% of the final size. It requires output at 200% to achieve a 3' x 8' banner.
PTSD Awareness 3' x 8' Banner (PDF)
Watch and share this YouTube video about PTSD symptoms
Download our whiteboard videos to share via email and Facebook.
Give others the link to our award winning AboutFace website.
Ask TV and radio stations to run these PSAs from the AboutFace campaign. In the PSAs, Veterans talk about how they turned their lives around with PTSD treatment. Preview our PSAs on YouTube (and share):