May is Mental Health Month
Countless Veterans have found a renewed sense of self, purpose and hope with the help of mental health care and the support of their loved ones and communities.
Hear real Veterans tell their stories about what made the difference in their mental health journeys and how it changed their daily lives.
TODAY, I AM Feeling
Music sets the tone for my mood. If I’m stressed: time to pick up the guitar. ... I’m a happier person.
Chris, U.S. Marine Corps Veteran
Valerie, U.S. Army Veteran
TODAY, I AM Hopeful
For the first time in my life, I recognized that I was not to blame — that there was hope.
TODAY, I AM Giving
Working with a Veteran is happiness for me.
George, U.S. Army Veteran
Mike,U.S. Marine Corps Veteran
TODAY, I AM Part of
There’s a lot of us out here who’ve been through this, and ... gotten to the other side.
TODAY, I AM Proud
My sobriety today means the world to me. It means ... that I can be proud of myself.
Laura, U.S. Navy Veteran