SEPTEMBER 14TH - 21ST

A FULL WEEK OF EVENTS DEDICATED TO ENGAGING THE VETERAN COMMUNITY DURING SUICIDE AWARENESS MONTH, HOSTED AND PRESENTED BY:

What is Chicago Warrior Week?

A week long series of events designed for veterans that will highlight different programs and resources available to help the transition to civilian life and succeed.
Each day, a veteran service organization (VSO) will highlight their programs to show the variety of ways VSOs support veterans.  

About Chicago Warrior Week

Can civilians attend Warrior Week functions?

Yes! We encourage all Chicagoans to participate. While the programs are designed for veterans, we want everyone to come out, learn about and support our heroes

How do I sign up?

Each event is managed by one veteran service organization. If you would like to register for an event, or if you have a question, you can visit that organizations website for details. Visit www.chicagowarriorweek.com to find links to all events

Where and when will Chicago Warrior Week take place?

All over the city and different times. Locations and times will vary depending on the event. Please check the website for details. www.chicagowarriorweek.com

What if I have question about specific event?

Contact the organization managing that event directly. Their contact information can be found at www.chicagowarriorweek.com

Can I just show up?

Please register before planning on attending a event. Some events have limited capacity. Please visit www.chicagowarriorweek.com for more information.
Check out the schedule

What organizations are involved in Chicago Warrior Week?

All veteran service organizations will be asked to participate in Chicago Warrior Week, but below are the agencies that have been part of the Planning Committee.

Chicago Warrior Week showcases the veteran organizations that are striving to eliminate veteran suicide

Support

An opportunity for the Chicago community to rally around our veterans and highlight the variety of ways we can support them.

Awareness

Joins Chicago’s community together to increase awareness of veteran suicide and the organizations that are trying to stop it.

Common Purpose

An opportunity for veterans and civilians to come together for common purpose and help the veteran reintegration process.

Transition

A chance for veterans to see all the ways their unique skills and experiences can be utilized once returning to civilian life.

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