With her husband diagnosed with mental health illnesses and being released from the military, Lori was overwhelmed. See how a True Patriot Love funded program gave Lori renewed strength and hope.
Even after six years of being deployed, the effects of military service still affected Sgt. Timothy Greyland. See how this True Patriot Love funded program helped him see that his life is worth living.
Five-year-old Dylan was coping with feelings of sadness when his dad was deployed. See how this True Patriot Love funded program gave Dylan a safe and therapeutic space to express his feelings.
Last year, a team of business leaders & military members trekked 100km across the Arctic Circle. It was the first-ever all-women’s Baffin Island expedition. They raised $1 million, shed light on the challenges of military service & took part in a powerful mentorship opportunity. https://t.co/PmLz4slszl
. @MoodDisordersCa, a Bell TPL Fund recipient, launched the #DefeatDepressionChallenge. The initiative provides activities to help cope with mental health issues. This can be beneficial for military personnel whose mental health issues are intensified due to social distancing. https://t.co/E0S0IHKn9Z
#Selfcare and #mentalhealth are just as important these days. If you are self-isolating, make sure you're looking after your mental health as well. Here are 8 tips for how to look after your mental wellness during the #COVID19 pandemic.
The military community is no stranger to dealing with challenging situations and demonstrating resiliency. So we're asking you to retweet your messages of support & lessons of resiliency to our frontline workers who are working tirelessly to deal with the #COVID19 pandemic. https://t.co/KrhwEhOO6c
The global pandemic can trigger pre-existing mental health challenges faced by military members & Veterans. In the Canadian Military Family Magazine, Col. Helen Wright provides insight on how to cope with mental health issues during the #COVID19 pandemic.