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WWP TALK: VETERANS MENTAL HEALTH SUPPORT LINE

Angie Peacock, recipient of WWP Talk, veterans counseling support line for PTSD

A POSITIVE STEP ON YOUR JOURNEY TO HEALING


Having a consistent and reliable resource like WWP Talk, our veterans mental health support line, can be invaluable. This non-clinical form of emotional support is provided weekly over the phone. During these calls you are offered a listening ear and a safe, non-judgmental outlet. Our professionally trained teammates help you build resilience, develop coping skills, and achieve goals to improve your overall quality of life.

WWP Talk is available at no cost to warriors, family members, and caregivers registered with WWP and serves as a stepping-stone in the recovery process for many of them. While WWP Talk is a short-term program, it can provide long-term healing.

WWP TALK ALLOWS YOU TO:


  • Talk once a week at the same pre-established day and time
  • Accquire new tools and coping skills to help you build resiliency
  • Learn to set and achieve goals
  • Keep in touch until you're ready for the next stage of your recovery process

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TO GET CONNECTED AND START YOUR JOURNEY TOWARD HEALING WITH WWP TALK, A VETERANS MENTAL HEALTH SUPPORT LINE, CONTACT THE WWP RESOURCE CENTER:

888.WWP.ALUM (997.2586) OR 904.405.1213
9 AM - 7 PM, Monday - Friday EST

ADDITIONAL RESOURCES


Combat Stress Recovery Program

COMBAT STRESS RECOVERY PROGRAM

The Combat Stress Recovery Program addresses the mental health needs of warrior returning home from war.

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WWP Resource Center

WWP RESOURCE CENTER

Our Resource Center provides warriors and their families/ caregivers with information on the best available programs and services to meet their needs.

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Warrior Care Network

WARRIOR CARE NETWORK®

Warrior Care Network is a first-of-its-kind partnership between Wounded Warrior Project® and four national academic medical centers of excellence that will connect thoughts of warriors with world-class mental health care.

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