PTSD Statistics: Military, Domestic Abuse, Children and the World

This Saturday, June 27, is National PTSD Awareness Day. In honor of all those who struggle with symptoms of PTSD, have struggled or will struggle let’s raise awareness together:

The more we share posttraumatic stress disorder information the more we can help reduce stigma by increasing understanding.

The facts are clear: There is science behind PTSD symptoms. And there are millions of people who cope with and manage the long-term effects of the past.

Do your part — share this infographic by posting this page to Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Pinterest and every social media account you have.

We’re all in this together! When we use our power to speak and be heard we heal, one person at a time.

 Military, Domestic Abuse, Children and the World


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