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November Toolkit

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In November, the Military Health System Strategic Communications Division will focus on several topics of interest to the MHS enterprise. The primary topics for November include Warrior Care Month, National Veterans & Military Families Month, and National Family Caregivers Month.

Our Monthly Communications Toolkit provides the MHS enterprise with customizable, ready-to-use material to promote consistent messaging on key topics and issues.  Download the toolkit for enterprise messages and ready to-use tactics, including talking points, social media posts and graphics for each of these topics and more.

Also, find graphics you can use for holidays and observances during the month of November.

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Image illustrates a collage of November monthly themes, including Warrior Care Month, Veterans and Military Families Month, and National Family Caregivers Month

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MHS Minute: November 2020

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11/27/2020
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During Warrior Care Month, we reflect on the strength and resilience of our nation's wounded, ill, and injured service members, and recognize the caregivers who support their recovery and rehabilitation.

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Warrior Care Month puts a spotlight on the inTransition Program

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11/25/2020
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inTransition supports service members and veterans who want to get connected to mental health care in their area.

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Caregivers share their stories of support for TBI recovery

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11/23/2020
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"Recovery is possible to help lead a normal life."

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NMCPHC fights tobacco addiction

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11/23/2020
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Managing the Navy’s tobacco cessation efforts is “job one” for Long.

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Warrior Care’s MASP gives perspective to new commander

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11/19/2020
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MASP...provides adaptive reconditioning activities and competitive athletic opportunities to eligible wounded, ill and injured Service members.

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BACH behavioral health team honored with Army’s Wolf Pack Award

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11/17/2020
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The ceremony honored eight individuals and three teams who contributed to exceeding the goal of collecting 10,000 units of COVID-19 convalescent plasma.

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Army doctors provide COVID-19 safety tips for the holiday season

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11/17/2020
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Celebrating the holidays during a pandemic may bring additional challenges for people this year.

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Warrior Care RCP’s multitude of programs supports the Warfighter

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11/6/2020
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Since 2008, The Department of Defense has recognized November as Warrior Care Month.

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