We are deeply honored to announce that the National Veterans Foundation has been featured in a significant article by Kyle Russell on USA Today.
The article delves into the pressing and often overlooked issue of veterans’ mental health crises and emphasizes our unwavering call for support to address this crisis more effectively.
A Glimpse into the Article
The article is both insightful and evocative, shedding light on the challenges our veterans face every day.
Many of our brave men and women return from their service facing numerous mental health issues, and as the article points out, they require comprehensive support, understanding, and resources to navigate the journey of healing and reintegration.
USA Today’s recognition of our mission underscores the urgency and importance of addressing the mental health needs of our veterans.
It amplifies our call to action, urging communities, businesses, and individuals to join hands with us in providing the necessary resources and support that can make a difference in the lives of countless veterans.
Join Us in Our Mission
If you haven’t had the opportunity to read the article, we highly recommend doing so. It provides a comprehensive overview of the work we’re doing and the impact we aim to achieve.
You can read the full article here.
We would like to express our gratitude to USA Today for highlighting this pressing issue and helping to elevate the conversation around veteran mental health.
To our loyal supporters and contributors, your unwavering support has been the backbone of our efforts, and we hope you take pride in this acknowledgment.
For those who are learning about our mission for the first time or are seeking ways to help, now is a pivotal moment.
The spotlight from USA Today intensifies our message, and together, with your support, we can take meaningful steps toward addressing the mental health crisis faced by our veterans.
You can be a part of our mission to help Veterans by making a tax-deductible donation!
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