Five For Friday: A Weekly Digest from the Bush Center

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[image: George W. Bush Presidential Center] Five for Friday A Weekly Digest from the Bush Center March 3, 2017 Explore More BUY ENGAGE TICKETS <forms.bushcenter.org/page.redir READ THE CATALYST <forms.bushcenter.org/page.redir UPCOMING EVENTS <forms.bushcenter.org/page.redir [image: With effective care, the invisible wounds of war – including post-traumatic stress and traumatic brain injury - can be overcome. The Bush Institute recently released recommendations to help increase the number of veterans in effective care, improve the delivery of high quality care, advocate for research that leads to more effective treatment, and decrease the stigma of invisible wounds.] New Report | Combating the Invisible Wounds of War With effective care, the invisible wounds of war – including post-traumatic stress and traumatic brain injury - can be overcome. The Bush Institute recently released recommendations to help increase the number of veterans in effective care, improve the delivery of high quality care, advocate for research that leads to more effective treatment, and decrease the stigma of invisible wounds. Read report <forms.bushcenter.org/page.redir In Focus Watch | President Bush on Portraits of Courage President Bush has been on a national media tour this week to discuss Portraits of Courage , his new book and accompanying special exhibit at the Bush Center. Highlights include The TODAY Show <forms.bushcenter.org/page.redir The Ellen DeGeneres Show , and Jimmy Kimmel Live! as well as interviews with People Magazine <forms.bushcenter.org/page.redir and the Dallas Morning News. <forms.bushcenter.org/page.redir Tune in to see his full interview tonight on Fox News Channel’s Hannity Show <forms.bushcenter.org/page.redir and an interview on Sunday TODAY with Willie Geist this Sunday. Learn more [image: arrow] <forms.bushcenter.org/page.redir Learn about | Warrior Wellness Alliance With effective care, invisible wounds can be overcome. Unfortunately, less than half of veterans with invisible wounds seek care. To reduce stigmas and help more veterans access high quality care, the Bush Center has launched the Warrior Wellness Alliance, linking peer-to-peer veteran networks with best-in-class health care providers. Learn more[image: arrow] <forms.bushcenter.org/page.redir Experience | PORTRAITS OF COURAGE This week we released Portraits of Courage: A Commander in Chief’s Tribute to America’s Warriors , which brings together 66 full-color portraits and a four-panel mural painted by President Bush of members of the United States military who have served our Nation with honor since 9/11—and whom he has come to know personally. See the pieces for yourself when you purchase the book or visit the special exhibit. Learn more[image: arrow] <forms.bushcenter.org/page.redir Learn about | VET Roadmap Employment is a top issue for post-9/11 veterans. That’s why the Bush Institute has partnered with the U.S. Chamber of Commerce to create the Veteran Employment Transition Roadmap. View roadmap [image: arrow] <forms.bushcenter.org/page.redir [image: George W. Bush Presidential Center] <forms.bushcenter.org/page.redir 2943 SMU Boulevard, Dallas, TX 75205 T. 214-200-4300 | E. xxx [image: Twitter] <forms.bushcenter.org/page.redir [image: Instagram] <forms.bushcenter.org/page.redir [image: Facebook] <forms.bushcenter.org/page.redir [image: Flickr] <forms.bushcenter.org/page.redir [image: YouTube] <forms.bushcenter.org/page.redir Email Preferences <forms.bushcenter.org/page.aspx | Privacy Policy <forms.bushcenter.org/page.aspx | Give Today <forms.bushcenter.org/page.redir

Five for Friday

A Weekly Digest from the Bush Center

March 3, 2017

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THE CATALYST
 
 
 
With effective care, the invisible wounds of war – including post-traumatic stress and traumatic brain injury - can be overcome. The Bush Institute recently released recommendations to help increase the number of veterans in effective care, improve the delivery of high quality care, advocate for research that leads to more effective treatment, and decrease the stigma of invisible wounds.

New Report | Combating the Invisible Wounds of War

With effective care, the invisible wounds of war – including post-traumatic stress and traumatic brain injury - can be overcome. The Bush Institute recently released recommendations to help increase the number of veterans in effective care, improve the delivery of high quality care, advocate for research that leads to more effective treatment, and decrease the stigma of invisible wounds.

 

In Focus

Watch | President Bush on Portraits of Courage

President Bush has been on a national media tour this week to discuss Portraits of Courage, his new book and accompanying special exhibit at the Bush Center. Highlights include The , The Ellen DeGeneres Show, and Jimmy Kimmel Live! as well as interviews with and the Tune in to see his full interview tonight on Fox News Channel’s , and an interview on Sunday TODAY with Willie Geist this Sunday.

Learn about | Warrior Wellness Alliance

With effective care, invisible wounds can be overcome. Unfortunately, less than half of veterans with invisible wounds seek care. To reduce stigmas and help more veterans access high quality care, the Bush Center has launched the Warrior Wellness Alliance, linking peer-to-peer veteran networks with best-in-class health care providers.

Experience | PORTRAITS OF COURAGE

This week we released Portraits of Courage: A Commander in Chief’s Tribute to America’s Warriors, which brings together 66 full-color portraits and a four-panel mural painted by President Bush of members of the United States military who have served our Nation with honor since 9/11—and whom he has come to know personally. See the pieces for yourself when you purchase the book or visit the special exhibit.

Learn about | VET Roadmap

Employment is a top issue for post-9/11 veterans. That’s why the Bush Institute has partnered with the U.S. Chamber of Commerce to create the Veteran Employment Transition Roadmap.

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