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The Power of Partnership

Partner Spotlight


University of Michigan Depression Center

The University of Michigan Depression Center (UMDC) works to better understand and improve care for depression through research, care options and education. UMDC provides support programs for service members, veterans and their families through their collaborative Military Support Programs and Networks (M-SPAN) initiative. To learn more about depression and find resources for support, reference UMDC’s Depression Toolkit.

The Soldiers Project

The Soldiers Project provides free, confidential counseling services to service members, veterans and their families who have served since 9/11. The Soldiers Project supports psychological health of military families as they transition back to civilian life. The organization also features signs and symptoms in service members and family members to help determine if you or someone you know may benefit from seeking help. Schedule an appointment with a chapter near you for support in coping with invisible wounds.

Give An Hour

Give An Hour supports the psychological health of service members, veterans and their families by connecting them with volunteers clinicians that can help address their concerns. Through direct counseling services, educational trainings and outreach efforts around military installations, Give An Hour encourages and provides an outlet for help-seeking behavior. Find a Give An Hour health professional in your area for help coping with psychological health concerns.

National Intrepid Center of Excellence

The National Intrepid Center of Excellence (NICoE) serves as a center for the research, treatment and education of psychological health concerns. NICoE also provides a personalized treatment program for each service member and their family coping with psychological health concerns and trauma-related injuries. Learn more about what NICoE can do to help you by visiting their Patient Care site.

National Alliance on Mental Illness

The National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) provides free education, advocacy and support group programs for those coping with psychological health concerns. As the foundation for hundreds of state affiliate organizations, NAMI works to raise awareness and provide resources for service members, veterans and their families through its Veterans & Military Resource Center. Find your local NAMI affiliate for support in coping with psychological health concerns.

Courage Beyond

Courage Beyond offers confidential support to service members, veterans and their families coping with invisible wounds. Courage Beyond provides a number of services, including in-person and online support groups and counseling, as well as retreats focused on coping skills and rehabilitation. Check out Team Courage to find support services, programs and resources.

Star Behavioral Health Providers

Star Behavioral Health Providers (SBHP) is an online resource for service members, veterans and their families in locating psychological health professionals with experience in military culture. SBHP expands access to care for military personnel by training health professionals to provide appropriate counseling for service members. Locate a psychological health professional near you!

Anxiety and Depression Association of America

The Anxiety and Depression Association of America (ADAA) promotes awareness, prevention and coping methods for psychological health concerns. ADAA supports resilience and recovery for military personnel and their families through reintegration tips, a list of available treatments and additional online resources. For resources in seeking help, visit ADAA’s Find Help page.

National Network of Depression Centers

The National Network of Depression Centers (NNDC) is made up of 21 academic and clinical centers dedicated to finding the best treatments for depression. Through collaborative efforts across the centers, NNDC developed the Military, Veterans & Families Task Group to address specific concerns regarding psychological health in the military. Sign up for the free symposium at NNDC’s 2014 Annual Conference to learn more about their goals and ideas.

University of Colorado Depression Center

The University of Colorado Depression Center (UCDC) supports service members, veterans and their families in Colorado who are coping with depression. Through clinical care, research, education and community programs, UCDC promotes strong psychological health and eliminate barriers to care. Find out what services UCDC provides and make an appointment to learn how to cope with invisible wounds.

The Real Warriors Campaign collaborates with a variety of not-for-profit organizations that share our mission and can help us reach out to service members, families and health care providers. Our network of partners and affiliates includes military organizations and programs, nonprofit organizations, advocacy organizations and local groups. Through communication and collaboration with these organizations, the campaign can offer the most relevant and up-to-date resources and provide partners with easy and effective outreach mechanisms.

Explore the categories below to learn more about our affiliates and partners, or see a complete list. 

To learn more about the Real Warriors Partnership Program and how to become a partner or affiliate, download the Partnership Program Informational Sheet or contact us.


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Last Reviewed: 07/12/13
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