Washington-- On Wednesday, a special event sponsored by Honor for ALL will be held to mark National Post Traumatic Stress Disorder Awareness Day.
In cooperation with the Code of Support Foundation, the "Visible Honor for Invisible Wounds" event in Washington, DC will commemorate the day.
Senator Kent Conrad calls for the nation to set aside this date to create a greater level of awareness and understanding of the issues facing many service members returning from war.
According to a PR Newswire release, the event is open to the public and will include addresses by representatives of the Chiefs of our Armed Services, members of the Executive and Legislative branches, and distinguished individuals from the healthcare sector. Most important, affected service members and veterans will take part in the program. Senator Conrad will deliver the keynote remarks.
Ceremonies will begin promptly at 10:00am in Upper Senate Park adjacent to the Russell Senate Office Building.
Honor for ALL is a 501(c)(3) organization is dedicated to establishing visible recognition of the invisible wounds of post-traumatic stress, traumatic brain injury, depression and survivor's guilt. Its mission is to conquer the stigma, preserve the dignity of families, and most importantly, stop the tragic loss from suicide of service members, veterans and family members.
The Code of Support Foundation is dedicated to bridging the gap between the American people and our Armed Forces. Its mission is to ensure that all Americans understand the service and sacrifice of our troops and their families, and are committed and actively engaged in doing their part in support of our national defense. The foundation was established in 2010, and helps identify, vet and support other non-profit organizations that support military communities.
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