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Combat Stigma

It’s estimated more than four times as many troops and veterans have lost their lives to suicide than were killed in the wars in Iraq & Afghanistan according to a Brown University study released in 2021.  

Veterans reported mental health issues are more than twice as common as physical ones in Wounded Warrior Project’s latest Annual Warrior Survey. 

The survey also showed:   
- Nearly 1 in 5 warriors report difficulty getting, or put off, mental health care.
- 1 in 3 would feel embarrassed or ashamed to get treatment.
- Nearly 2 in 3 were concerned they might be seen as weak for seeking treatment.

Mental health is often accompanied by stigma, but Wounded Warrior Project is working to normalize care for veterans and encourages them to seek support.

In these PSAs, WWP shows you how it provides hope and help to #CombatStigma.  
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Empowering Women Veterans

Women represent the fastest-growing population in both military service and the veteran community but are still often not recognized for their service. In a survey of nearly 5k women veterans Wounded Warrior Project (WWP) serves, less than half reported feeling respected for their service. Wounded Warrior Project (WWP) research also found women warriors experience anxiety and depression at higher rates than male warriors. Additionally, 89% of women veterans WWP surveyed reported feeling isolated. WWP developed the Women Warriors Initiative to address these disparities and EMPOWER our sisters who have served. 

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Hope for Warriors with PTSD

PTSD is a struggle for so many veterans. Some are unaware they have it and others find it hard to admit they need help. Wounded Warrior Project has several programs including the Warrior Care Network that aid veterans living with PTSD. They would never go into battle alone and don’t have to fight this alone either. In these PSAs, meet three wounded warriors who struggled with and sought help for PTSD.

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Behind the Heroes

Caregivers serve as lifelines for the nation’s most severely wounded warriors. Wounded Warrior Project is committed to serving and supporting them so they can properly support our nation’s heroes. Janice Huss is a caregiver to her son Morgan who now lives with a serious brain injury. In this PSA we feature Janice and Morgan’s story and show why our work with the heroes behind the heroes is so vital.
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Carry Forward 5k Benefits Wounded Warriors (Coming in September 2021)

The mission at Wounded Warrior Project (WWP) is to honor and empower wounded warriors — and Carry Forward is your chance to put that mission in motion at one of the most powerful, one-of-a-kind events you’ll ever experience. It’s a unique 5k that allows you to take action for our nation’s heroes. You can take part in person at one of several cities around the US including Nashville, San Antonio and Jacksonville or join us from anywhere for a virtual 5k.

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Wounded Warrior 2020 Celebrity Support

Wounded Warrior Project® (WWP) is a nonprofit, nonpartisan organization. Since 2003 we’ve been tireless advocates for our Nation’s finest, improving the lives of millions of warriors and their families. WWP is transforming the way America’s injured veterans are empowered, employed, and engaged in our communities.

Warriors never pay a penny for our programs—because they paid their dues on the battlefield. Our free services in mental health, career counseling, and long-term rehabilitative care change lives. WWP is committed to helping injured veterans achieve their highest ambition. When they’re ready to start their next mission, we stand ready to serve.

We are humbled to share PSA’s with celebrities John Krasinski, Gerald McRaney and Trace Adkins, who all volunteered their time to support our cause. You play a vital role in WWP’s mission to help our wounded veterans. By placing our PSAs, you help inform the general public of the support services available to warriors or their family members and inspire them to take action.

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9/11 Never Forget

It’s been more than two decades since the 9/11 terror attacks on our nation. Countless men and women answered the call to serve because of the tragic events on that day. Wounded Warrior Project (WWP) was founded shortly after to serve those who were coming home from war with physical and mental injuries.

At WWP, we say that the greatest casualty is being forgotten. This means we do everything in our power to ensure this generation of wounded warriors is never forgotten, that their service is honored, and that they’re empowered along their journeys of recovery. We do this by providing life-changing and life-saving programs and services focused in the areas of mental and physical health, financial wellness, and long-term rehabilitative care – free of charge to those we serve.

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Combat Stigma
"Dan Miller" "Jake Norotsky"
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"Jennifer Jenkins" "Phil Krabbe"
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"Sal Gonzalez" "CQ & King"
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"John Rego"  
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Empowering Women Veterans
"Beth" :60 "Beth" :30
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"Donna" :60 "Donna" :30
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"Sam" :60 "Sam" :30
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Hope for Warriors with PTSD
"Deven Shei" "Angie Peacock"
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"Jose Rodriguez" "Tanikia Richard"
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Behind the Heroes
"Cindy Parsons" "Mary Tallouzi"
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"Janice Huss"  
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Carry Forward 5K Benefits Wounded Warriors
"CF5K, Dan and Dan" "CF5K, Mission in Motion"
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"CF5k, Choose Flag, Fitness or Fierce"  
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Wounded Warrior 2020 Celebrity Support
"John Krasiniski" (:30) "John Krasiniski" (:15)
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"Dan Smee - Gerald McRaney" (:30) "Jim Mylott - Trace Adkins" (:60)
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I Am Living Proof, 2019-2021
"Mark Lali" "Mike and Angie"
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"Mark Lali" "Mike and Angie"
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I Am Living Proof, 2017-2018
"Mark Lali" "Sean" "Chris"
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"Living Proof with Banner" (Veteran's Day) "Jason"  
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9/11 - Never Forget
"9/11 - Never Forget" :60
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Combat Stigma
"Jake Norotsky" "Phil Krabbe"
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"CQ & King" "John Rego"
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Empowering Women Veterans
"Beth" "Donna"
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Hope for Warriors with PTSD
"Angie Peacock""Jose Rodriguez""Tanikia Richard"
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Hope for Warriors with PTSD
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"Veteran's Day"        
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"Angie Peacock" "Bill Jones" "Brian Sellars" "Brian Wagner" "Jason Ehrhart"
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"Mark Lalli" "Sam Hargrove" "Servara Parish" "Tyshawn Jenkins"
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Warrior Care Network
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"Chris Hoff" "Richard Dorr" "Sam Hargrove" "Sergio Alraro" "Yolonda Poullard"
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