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Lets get this done and why its crucial -No Veteran Spouse left behind

Sign the petition here: Help us get the month of July to also include Veteran Spouse Mental Health Awareness month.

Veteran spouses often endure immense emotional and psychological strain as they support their loved ones who have served our country. They face unique challenges, including coping with the effects of PTSD, anxiety, depression, and the overall stress of military life. Despite their sacrifices and the critical role they play in their families and communities, the mental health of veteran spouses is frequently overlooked.

Designating July as National Veteran Spouse Mental Health Month will:

  1. Raise Awareness: Shine a light on the mental health issues faced by veteran spouses, ensuring their struggles are recognized and understood by the wider community.

  2. Promote Resources: Encourage the development and dissemination of mental health resources tailored to the needs of veteran spouses.

  3. Foster Community Support: Create a supportive environment where veteran spouses can share their experiences, seek help without fear of judgment, and connect with others who understand their journey.

  4. End the Stigma: By openly discussing the mental health challenges veteran spouses face, we can work towards eliminating the stigma surrounding mental health, encouraging more individuals to seek the help they need.

Veteran spouses deserve recognition and support for their unwavering dedication and resilience. By designating July as National Veteran Spouse Mental Health Month, we take a crucial step towards ensuring they receive the care and acknowledgment they rightfully deserve. Join us in supporting this vital cause and help us make a lasting impact on the lives of veteran families across our nation.

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