VFW Mental Wellness Campaign

- 8/21/2020

VFW Mental Wellness Campaign

A staggering 20 veterans commit suicide every day, and the VFW is committed to helping change the narrative and stigma surrounding mental health in America.

In order to raise awareness, foster community engagement, improve research and provide intervention for those affected by invisible injuries and emotional stress, the VFW has teamed up with the nationwide organizations Give an Hour and the Campaign to Change DirectionOne MindPatientsLikeMe and the Elizabeth Dole Foundation to combat this critical issue.

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National VFW commander visits northern Nevada

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VFW honors Nevada Guard Soldiers after helping rescue Virginia woman in car crash

LAS VEGAS – Three Nevada Guard Soldiers from 1st Squadron 221 Cavalry were recognized for helping a Virginia woman who was involved in a car crash while serving in support of the Presidential Inauguration in Washington, D.C. earlier this year.

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