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IAVA Launches Veteran Mental Health Awareness Campaign

04.02.2015

IAVA unveiled its newest public awareness campaign at Rockefeller Plaza today with a message about helping veteran heroes who may exhibit the signs of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).

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California’s Veteran’s Issues Dominate National Headlines

04.22.2015

IAVA CEO and Founder Paul Rieckhoff unveiled IAVA’s newest version of The Wait We Carry website, www.thewaitwecarry.org, at TED2015 in Vancouver, Canada.

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Creative Spotlight: “Why is Dad So Mad?”

04.27.2015

Seth Kastle recently made national headlines when he wrote a children’s book to explain his post-traumatic stress to his daughter. The “Why is Dad So Mad?” author shared his personal struggle with us, and offers advice to fellow service members that may be suffering from PTS.

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