I Want YOU to Care About PTSD

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    Updated classic WWI-era recruitment poster by 'Moving a Nation to Care: Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder and America's Returning Troops' author Ilona Meagher.

    Feel free to pass along and use as desired.

    A link back to my online journal at ptsdcombat.blogspot.com greatly appreciated -- but your help in the cause (big, small, heralded or anonymous) appreciated even more.

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    T-shirts and other items featuring this poster can be purchased at CafePress.
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    4wellness, trishlet, LA-VEAP, and 15 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. 4wellness 79 months ago | reply

      Fabulous remake on this poster, thanks very much!
      Am using it on my blurb- healingveteransptsd.blogspot.com/

    2. Ilona Meagher 79 months ago | reply

      Thanks so much, Lisa, for all your work on this issue. Best hearts & minds in it, I say. Will check out your blog, too.

    3. cdelaney73 72 months ago | reply

      Mrs. Meagher actually wore this shirt at our 1st Annual Hero Army PFC Joseph Dwyer Rally to raise awareness for PTSD. People loved it.

    4. erika barnes1 69 months ago | reply

      Ilona, this is a great poster. I am creating a pamphlet for a grad school project on PTSD and would love to use this image in my pamphlet. Does your "feel free to pass along and use as desired" include such uses? Thanks so much!

    5. Ilona Meagher 69 months ago | reply

      Absolutely, Erika. Thanks for asking, for using it and good luck on your project!

    6. GordyG 65 months ago | reply

      Just got back from a week long series of trainings with the new VetCorps, one of AmeriCorps' efforts; (We're doing the national beta test here in Washington.) and another with the WA Dept of Veterans Affairs PTSD counselors and the Veterans Conservation Corps.

      How do I get a poster to put up in my office?

      Of all the VCC and VetCorps members I seem to be the one specifically interested in the adverse effects of PTSD. With a T Shirt and a couple of mugs I will set up a table down in the cafeteria to raise awareness.

    7. bruddamon007 61 months ago | reply

      I am the founder and president of GOWP as represented in the URL below and I plan, with your permission, to use the poster on our BIG ORANGE trip to DC in September. www.generations-of-warriors-project.com

      Thanks for your super good job supporting our returning Warriors!

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