Campaign to raise awareness of veteran suicide

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OKLAHOMA CITY — Honoring America’s Warriors is launching a national social media campaign Thursday that will land on April 29, 2015.

The campaign is designed to raise awareness that “Even 1 a Day is 1 Too Many” when it comes to veterans who take their own lives.

Honoring America’s Warriors is asking participants to donate in support of the impact the group has made on veterans it serves.

According to a press release, Honoring America’s Warriors serves a large number of veterans through several military non-profits to engage veterans who have acknowledged their depression or anxiety.

You can spread the message and raise awareness on Honoring America’s Warriors Facebook page, Twitter, Instagram, and on their website.

For more information you can contact Scott Deatherage, Executive Director for Honoring America’s Warriors at 405-659-4156 or email; scottydee@honoringamerica’


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