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You don’t need to be an expert to make a difference—support Veterans by sharing or using the downloadable resources and information below. This page will be continually updated as new materials become available.

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Logo Materials

Each downloadable folder includes black, white, and full color logos in various file types.

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Print Materials

Outreach Toolkit

How to Save the Veterans Crisis Line Number

Fact Sheet

Veterans Crisis Line Flyer

Veterans Crisis Line Flyer (Text Only)

Messaging and Design Guidelines

Crisis Conversation Handout

One-Sided Wallet Card Cut-Out Template

Two-Sided Wallet Card Cut-Out Template

Veterans Crisis Line Flyer (LGBTQ+ Veterans Support)


I'm Glad You Called

When emotional issues reach a crisis point, Veterans Crisis Line responders are ready to listen and help 24/7.


You Are Not Alone

The Veterans Crisis Line is available to Veterans and their supporters 24/7. Through a powerful Veteran-to-Veteran message, this video encourages Veterans to call when they go through a difficult time and need somebody to listen. “You Are Not Alone” features actual Veterans talking about why they would call or refer their Veteran friends to the Veterans Crisis Line.


Here for Her

Women of all ages, backgrounds, and branches have served honorably in our military. As Veterans, they continue to serve their communities across the country. While supporting others is something they've been trained to do, some may not know where to turn when times get tough. This PSA highlights the support and resources that women Veterans deserve.



The Veterans Crisis Line offers support 24/7. If you’re a Veteran in crisis or worried about a Veteran, call, chat, or text now.



The average person makes an estimated 35,000 decisions a day. These choices can have a tremendous impact on our lives. Learn more about the importance of decisions and how Veterans have the strength to reach out for support.



Sometimes life transitions—like sending a child off to college or retiring—contribute to feelings of hopelessness or even thoughts of suicide, but the support of family and friends can make a big difference.