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Partner Spotlight

National Institute of Mental Health

The National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) provides individuals, families, health care providers and communities with online psychological health information and educational resources. Download free online resources, such as brochures and fact sheets, for more information about how to seek care for psychological health concerns.

National Alliance on Mental Illness

National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) raises awareness and support for psychological health care through training programs for individuals, families and educators. NAMI Homefront is a six-session class for service members, veterans, their friends and families to learn better ways to manage common psychological concerns. Find a NAMI Homefront class in your area!

National Intrepid Center of Excellence

The National Intrepid Center of Excellence (NICoE) is an outpatient center that provides specialized treatments for psychological health concerns. NICoE provides a personalized four-week outpatient program, a TBI Clinic and supplementary Brain Fitness Center to support active-duty service members and their families coping with common psychological concerns. Visit here to learn more about available NICoE health services.

American Psychological Association

The American Psychological Association (APA) creates psychological health and wellness educational resources for healthcare providers and the general public. Free resources include brochures with tips to address psychological health concerns, an interactive tool to learn about mission readiness, and an online psychologist locator. Check out APA’s tips for increasing resiliency here.

National Association of State Mental Health Program Directors

The National Association of State Mental Health Program Directors (NASMHPD) supports on public policy issues, research findings and best practices and provides technical assistance for state psychological health agencies. Access the NASMHPD Webinar page to find the latest information in behavioral healthcare.


inTransition connects service members to support coaches as they move between health care systems or providers. InTransition coaches are masters-level trained counselors who support common military transitions for service members and their families either physically moving or transitioning to VA care. Coaches connect service members and families to local tools and resources, community support groups and manage service members’ transitions between providers. Enroll in the inTransition program to get connected with a coach today.

Connected Warriors

Connected Warriors improves the well-being of veterans, service members and their families by providing free wellness programs to support health and readiness. Connected Warriors offers a variety of classes available at yoga studios and Veterans Affairs centers to people of all levels of physical ability. Sign up for a class today on the Connected Warriors Class Listings page.


Give An Hour

Give an Hour provides free psychological health care for returning OIF/OEF service members, veterans and their families. Licensed psychological health providers offer counseling services, as well as education and training across the country. Access the Give an Hour basic provider search to find counselors in your area.

Center for Deployment Psychology

The Center for Deployment Psychology (CDP) offers training to military and civilian psychological and behavioral health professionals to support quality, evidence-based behavioral health services. Visit the CDP Training page to learn more about CDP’s available educational resources.

Human Performance Resource Center

Human Performance Resource Center (HRPC) connects service members and their families to online information, tools and resources to improve mission readiness. Access HPRC’s Mental Resilience page to find tips and strategies for staying psychologically fit during Mental Health Awareness Month.

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 Network and how to become a partner or affiliate, view or download the Partnership Network Informational Sheet or contact us.


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