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BUILDING FAMILY REAL WARRIORS AND PSYCHOLOGICAL HEALTH
Were it not for the strength of
our military families and their
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TO REINFORCE willingness to sacrifice, we couldn’t
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The Real Warriors Campaign website Watch videos of service members and their Reaching out for help is a sign of strength.
the importance of families more
features articles and materials to help military families who share their experiences reintegrating Military families, friends, supporters and service
than the United States. families stay strong throughout all phases of with loved ones after deployment. Remember to members themselves can always contact trained
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 arine Gen. Joseph Dunford, military life. Know what to expect during reunions check realwarriors.net/multimedia frequently health resource consultants at the Psychological
Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff and goodbyes, how to identify adjustment for new videos of warriors who have sought and Health Resource Center by phone or online
challenges and when to ask for help and support. received care, and to hear from those who have through Real Warriors Campaign Live Chat at
supported them. realwarriors.net/livechat.

“ The Real Warriors Campaign, for me, has Consultants are available 24/7, in English or
The Real Warriors Campaign been a great resource that I pass along to Spanish, to provide confidential guidance, answer
understands the unique challenges other military spouses, friends, and anyone questions and help find resources for service
military families face. members and military families.
I know that is in contact with a service
member. I let them know about the website
Use the resources in this brochure to
and other resources. It has been a great
manage common military stressors like
way for us to tell our story and hear about
deployments or military duties away the stories of other great warriors. I always
from home, frequent relocations and reinforce that you are not alone.”
psychological health concerns.
– Mrs. Sheri Hall, RWC volunteer and Army wife
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Military families are not alone. The campaign partners with organizations that The stresses of military life, like moves and Are you or your warrior looking at an upcoming The Military Crisis line connects service members
help families with an array of resources. Visit military separations, can be especially hard on change in status, new orders, relocation or a and military families in crisis with confidential
Talk to a registered nurse 24/7: Call the TRICARE realwarriors.net/partner for a complete list. kids. Preparing them for daily challenges and big return to civilian life? If the answer is yes, and support 24/7. Those in need can access the
Nurse Advice Line at 800-874-2273 and press 1 transitions can help your entire family stay strong. your service member is currently receiving Military Crisis Line at 800-273-8255 and press 1,
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Connect with resources and other military (sesamestreetformilitaryfamilies.org) offers psychological health care, transferring to a new chat online by visiting militarycrisisline.net or
For activities, resources and information
families with the Real Warriors App: resources to help children cope with the provider can be easier than you think. send a text message to 838255 for immediate help.
on helping military kids cope, visit Military
realwarriors.net/mobileapp.php challenges of military family life. Kids Connect at militarykidsconnect.dcoe.mil. The Defense Department’s inTransition program Family members and loved ones are often the first
Get support from a military family organization T he National Military Family Association There you will find age-specific resources for pairs service members with a personal coach to to realize a service member may be in crisis and
near you through a Real Warriors Campaign (militaryfamily.org) helps the whole family young children ages 6-8, tweens ages 9-12 and provide one-on-one support and help in finding needs support. Responders are specially trained
Partner: realwarriors.net/partner with spouse scholarships, children’s camps, teens ages 13-17. a new provider. The program can also link your to help families and friends make sure their loved
information on family issues and more. family to local support groups. ones get connected to care. For more information,
Engage with the Real Warriors Campaign
visit militarycrisisline.net
community on social media: E lizabeth Dole Foundation For inTransition coaching and tools:
twitter.com/realwarriors (elizabethdolefoundation.org) supports military
800-424-7877 (toll-free inside the U.S.)
facebook.com/realwarriors caregivers who help wounded veterans.
800-424-4685 (DSN, toll-free outside the U.S.)
To order additional resources visit Tragedy Assistance Program for Survivors, or health.mil/intransition
realwarriors.net/materials/order TAPS, (taps.org) helps families cope with the loss
of their service member through a peer-to-peer
support network, seminars, retreats and more.