Mental Health Awareness Month – May 2020

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National Mental Health Awareness Month

May is an opportunity to raise awareness of psychological health concerns and conditions and promote increased access to care and treatment. The Military Health System and leaders across the Defense Department are emphasizing the importance of mental health and sharing mental health resources available to our military communities.

Help Us Share the Message

All of us need a little help sometimes to improve our mental health and stay mission ready. Often taking small steps to address problems early can make a big difference. This May, PHCoE will share tips and resources for service members, veterans, and families to get a little help for better mental health.

Follow us all month on Facebook and Twitter!

Use this Social Media Toolkit to post Mental Health Awareness Month messages on your channels. You'll find sample posts and graphics for use on a variety of platforms.

#MilPsychJargon Campaign

    We’ve taken common military jargon phrases and given them a mental health twist. Download these posters to hang in clinics or common areas and get people talking about mental health in the military. Follow @PHCoE on Facebook and Twitterfor more #milpsychjargon.

Partner May Campaigns

Coronavirus Mental Health Resources