For Vets4Warriors Marketing Outreach Campaign

Army OneSource, Vets4Warriors and The Enlisted Association of the National Guard of the United States have partnered to raise awareness of peer support and increase access to quality care in order to improve the lives of service members, their families, veterans and caregivers. To support this cause, use the marketing materials to help guide the execution of an Outreach Campaign that stimulates engagement and action of the Military community to call, chat or email Vets4Warriors.

Scroll down to find all the marketing materials including campaign instructions, an image gallery and videos. If you need assistance in executing the Outreach Campaign in your State, contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. and an Army OneSource marketing representative will be happy to help. We're with you all the way. 

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Author:
Army OneSource
Date:
February 2017
Description:

An instructional guide to the nine-week outreach campaign designed for EANGUS to support the awareness of Vets4Warriors and strengthen its ongoing growth as a comprehensive and mutually beneficial resource option for service members, their families, veterans and caregivers. [DOWNLOAD DOCUMENT TO READ MORE]

Author:
Army OneSource
Date:
February 2017
Description:

A message map that provides the framework to the key messages and timeline of the nine-week campaign. [DOWNLOAD DOCUMENT TO READ MORE]

Author:
Army OneSource
Date:
February 2017
Description:

Whether you are just starting your military career, a seasoned warrior, or have retired, Vets4Warriors is with you all the way. Vets4Warriors, a completely confidential and free resource available to all military personnel, family and caregivers, is a peer support hotline available 24/7. When you place a call to the toll-free number, it will be answered by one of your peers - veterans who have been where you are. [DOWNLOAD DOCUMENT TO READ MORE]

Author:
Army OneSource
Date:
February 2017
Description:

Whether you are just starting your military career, a seasoned warrior, or have retired, Vets4Warriors is with you all the way. Vets4Warriors, a completely confidential and free resource available to all military personnel, family and caregivers, is a peer support hotline available 24/7. When you place a call to the toll-free number, it will be answered by one of your peers - veterans who have been where you are. [DOWNLOAD DOCUMENT TO READ MORE]

Author:
Army OneSource
Date:
February 2017
Description:

Vets4Warriors: We are who we serve – As service members, we’re ready to do whatever is needed, wherever it is needed. This means being deployment ready at any time, and it’s important that your family is ready too. With all the frenzy of getting yourself ready, sometimes family preparedness gets overlooked. After you deploy, your spouse could be left with some decisions to make about insurance and housing changes, which can be expensive and hard to navigate. [DOWNLOAD DOCUMENT TO READ MORE]

Author:
Army OneSource
Date:
February 2017
Description:

Vets4Warriors strives to provide a safe place to connect with a peer who will listen to you and provide help when you need it. Whether you need help navigating child or health care changes or identifying other services and resources available, when you call Vets4Warriors a caring, empathetic Veteran peer will be ready to connect and follow up with you for as long as you need. Vets4Warriors partners with many other organizations to provide support for Veterans. And there’s nothing quite like talking to a peer who understands exactly what you’re going through. [DOWNLOAD DOCUMENT TO READ MORE]

Author:
Army OneSource
Date:
February 2017
Description:

Vets4Warriors: We’re always here – When service members get called into active duty, it usually means leaving a job behind. This is a normal part of life for National Guard members, but it can be difficult at times. You may leave a job you enjoy, and when you return home, there is no job to return to. Or you could be doing better financially when you are deployed, only to return home and be unable to find employment. [DOWNLOAD DOCUMENT TO READ MORE]

Author:
Army OneSource
Date:
February 2017
Description:

At Vets4Warriors, we’ve been there and we’re with you all the way – from deployment to employment. A call center that’s available 24/7 to service members and veterans from all military branches, as well as your family members and caregivers, Vets4Warriors is always here to help. We can work with you to translate your military skills into on-the-job skills for a civilian company. We can also review your resume and give you tips for improving it. [DOWNLOAD DOCUMENT TO READ MORE]

Author:
Army OneSource
Date:
February 2017
Description:

As service members, it’s normal to have challenges after returning home from deployment. You’re back but things aren’t quite the same, and you can’t get away from the vivid memories. Sleepless nights, relationship issues, financial pressures and loneliness are just a few examples of some of the real problems that you may face in your life. Sometimes, it can feel like no one understands. [DOWNLOAD DOCUMENT TO READ MORE]

Author:
Army OneSource
Date:
February 2017
Description:

As service members, it’s normal to have challenges after returning home from deployment. You’re back but things aren’t quite the same, and you can’t get away from the vivid memories. Sleepless nights, relationship issues, financial pressures and loneliness are just a few examples of some of the real problems that you may face in your life. Sometimes, it can feel like no one understands. [DOWNLOAD DOCUMENT TO READ MORE]

Author:
Army OneSource
Date:
February 2017
Description:

While in the military, you learned the importance of peer support and teamwork. However, one of the more demanding aspects of military life is readjusting to your life after being deployed. Now that you’re back at home, everything seems different. It’s hard to reconnect with your spouse or other family members because you can’t open up about what you saw without potential concern. You may start to feel lonely and depressed. [DOWNLOAD DOCUMENT TO READ MORE]

Author:
Army OneSource
Date:
February 2017
Description:

While in the military, you learned the importance of peer support and teamwork. However, one of the more demanding aspects of military life is readjusting to your life after being deployed. Now that you’re back at home, everything seems different. It’s hard to reconnect with your spouse or other family members because you can’t open up about what you saw without potential concern. You may start to feel lonely and depressed. [DOWNLOAD DOCUMENT TO READ MORE]

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