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Working Together to Raise PTSD Awareness

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Learn. Connect. Share. Raise PTSD Awareness, June

Partner with Us

Growing public understanding of PTSD and spreading the word that PTSD treatment works takes all of us. We encourage you to raise awareness with us.

Make the Pledge

If you'd like to join our efforts, we ask that you complete the Raise PTSD Awareness Pledge (new online form).

PTSD Awareness Partner Toolkit

If your organization would like to partner with us, download the Partner Toolkit (zipped file - 16MB), which is full of helpful information and resources to help you spread the word. The Partner toolkit includes a factsheet and infographic on PTSD, pre-crafted social media messages, website badges, a newsletter advertisement and a feature article.

Working Together

The list of organizations below are committed to helping us raise awareness. We update this page throughout June to recognize those who are Working Together to Raise PTSD Awareness.

There are others not listed to whom we extend our thanks, especially those who support someone with PTSD. We also want to recognize those who treat PTSD, at VA Medical Centers, Vet Centers, and individual providers.

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