Be There for Veterans and Servicemembers

By reaching out, you can help someone going through a difficult time feel included and supported. Small actions of support — calling up an old friend or bringing over dinner — are thoughtful ways to show you care. Whether you have one minute, one hour, or more time over the course of a week, you can help someone feel less alone.

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SEE WHAT YOU CAN DO ...

Learn the signs of crisis.

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Email a friend.

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Send a text.

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Share a video.

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Share a local resource.

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Call a friend.

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Send a care package.

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Bring someone dinner.

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Stop by a friend's house.

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Meet for coffee.

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Offer to babysit.

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Be a gym buddy.

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Try a new activity with a friend.

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Run errands for someone.

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Volunteer.

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